There is a wide range of Cannabis testing methods that are used in order to assess potency, quality and safety so that consumers can be adequately informed.
Pesticides make their way into cannabis through direct application to the plant, or during nutrient and water uptake when the chemicals are in the soil.
The term "heavy metals" is loosely defined. It is related to the periodic table of elements and refers to a variety of elements with high density or metallic properties.
Ensuring that THC is distributed uniformly throughout a batch of a Cannabis Infused Product (MIP) provides users with the assurance of a consistently prepared edible.
All types of Cannabis products may be susceptible to contamination by naturally occurring mycotoxins during cultivation, storage, or processing.
Terpene analysis is run on a GC/MS with headspace capabilities. With easy sample preparation, this laboratory analysis can be used to look at terpenes of varying concentrations.
Earth Labs analyzes all samples under our California Compliance Testing for filth and foreign material present in the sample.
Moisture content defines the amount of water in your food and ingredients.
In the field of food science, the standard state is most often defined as the partial vapor pressure of pure water at the same temperature.
Both bacteria and fungi (i.e., mold) need permissive conditions in order to replicate and present a health hazard.
Salmonella and E.coli are similar in the sense that they are both bacteria, but are in fact completely different types of bacteria.