What type of testing does California state law require?
There are three phases to testing for compliance in the state of California. While testing varies depending on the type of product in hand, it will usually include potency, pesticides, microbial, water content, residual solvents, terpenes, mycotoxins, and heavy metals.
Do you accept walk-ins?
Yes we do. However, we only accept walk-ins if you want to test your own products for personal use.
What Does ISO 17025 Certification Mean?
ISO is a set of organizational requirements that must be met for an analytical testing lab. ISO accreditation ensures that every lab has established guidelines and processes which should ensure that test results are reproducible and accurate across the board.
What is remediation?
Remediation is a service designed to help those who fail a test get a second chance to past. Using specialized technology, we’ll go in and do what we can to remove the contaminants keeping your cannabis from passing the lab tests. We’ll even take samples that have failed at other facilities.
How Does Lab Testing Work?
Each test our lab performs may vary subtly depending on the product being tested. For all products, each sample is meticulously tracked, prepared for testing and input into our innovative analytical machinery. The samples will then be reviewed by our team for accuracy and results are uploaded to our website.
How do I access my results?
You will be given a login information to take you to your personal profile where you can find every detail about the products you sent us for testing.
How do I submit my sample to you?
We will have a courier service available at your convenience for pick-up. You can also call or click the button below to schedule an appointment where you can drop off your products and visit our facility!

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