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What We Test

Certified Testing & Data is ready to work with you for all of your testing needs from regulatory to Research & Development.

A Full Panel Test with Certified Testing & Data includes the following:

Cannabinoid Potency
Pesticides
Microbial Agents
Glyphosate
Micronutrients
Heavy Metals
Mycotoxins
Plant Regulators
Residual Solvents
Pathogenic
Moisture
Terpenes*

*Dependent on matrix

How We Test

Our laboratories are stocked with highly sensitive specialized instrumentation and cannabis/hemp experts prepared to perform validated methodologies for any test on any matrix.

Ultra High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS)

Gas-Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (GCMS/GCFID)

Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS)

Microarray / qPCR Technology

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What are the Testing Regulations for Florida Marijuana?

In 2016, Florida passed Amendment 2, the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, legalizing medical cannabis for qualified patients with authorization by a certified physician. As a result, Florida Senate published Florida Statutes 381.986 – Medical Use of Marijuana, guidelines for the agriculture, manufacturing, distribution, testing, possession, and consumption of medical marijuana.

Certified Testing & Data meets all requirements to serve as a Marijuana Testing Laboratory under 381.986.

Under 381.986, Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers are required to work with a certified Marijuana Testing Laboratory to ensure products meet potency, pesticide, and contaminant limitations.

What are the Testing Regulations for Oregon Cannabis?

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is responsible for Cannabis testing rules that apply to both the medical and retail market. Any marijuana or marijuana product intended to be sold at a dispensary or retail shop must have been sampled and tested according to the testing rules.

Any laboratory that tests marijuana items must be accredited by ORELAP and licensed by OLCC. Only accredited and licensed laboratories may sample and test marijuana items.

All marijuana items transferred or sold to a dispensary or retail shop must be accompanied by documentation of passing test results.

All marijuana items must be sampled according to ORELAP sampling protocols and tested according to OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-0500 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0130. 

 

Why Test With Us

Our Team of Experts

Need help understanding your data? Our analytical experts are equipped with years of education and experience to help you understand what you have and how to move forward.

Facility

Our state-of-the-art facilities feature best-in-class design and functionality. Allowing for us to have the largest capacity lab of this kind in the country. Centrally located to serve the industry.

Instruments & Technology

All of our instruments are purchased new and offer us the best configuration to provide quality data at scale. Our Software, with our constantly improving LIMs systems, focused on making it easier to track and trend your data. 

Best in Class COAs

Our Certificates of Analysis have all of the information you need, front and center. Reviewing the cannabinoid and terpene profiles of your new strain has never been so easy. 

Customer Service

We are dedicated to providing best in class customer service. We are on stand by, ready to help you solve any problem you may have and make your day.

On-Time Delivery

Our services are fast and reliable. With the ability to rush, no matter how small or large the order.

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