Medical Marijuana Lab Testing
Seattle's Source for Best-in-Class Accuracy

Our rigorous medical marijuana testing protocols and best-in-class lab equipment provide peace of mind to users and those serving the medical marijuana industry.
Click to enlarge A photo of Kyle Shelton, a medical marijuana testing scientist who wears a lab coat and ...

Our in-house pesticide chemist, Kyle Shelton, helps us perform medical marijuana tests with industry-leading expertise.

When it comes to the success of your medical marijuana business or grow operation, nothing could be more important than using a reputable medical marijuana lab. Testing ensures your protection from a compliance perspective, but it's also critical to the health of immune-compromised people who use cannabis as medicine.

Our industry-leading science team and state-of-the-science equipment make us the go-to choice for medical marijuana lab testing. Seattle's medical marijuana community deserves a testing lab that takes accurate testing as its sacred duty. We are very close to being able to provide testing for heavy metals and full I-502 cannabis testing for medical cannabis. Stay tuned for updates.

Heavy Metal Testing

We perform metals analysis on cannabis using a Shimadzu ICP-MS 2030 (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer). Digestions are accomplished on an Anton Paar Multiwave GO. Our metals list covers the WA State DOH required compounds (arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury) in addition to a broad panel of inorganics.

Mycotoxin Testing - $50

Mycotoxins are known carcinogenic compounds produced by molds. We use an enzyme-linked imunnoassay developed by Romer Labs to detect Aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, G2, and Ochratoxin A in cannabis flower.

Moisture Testing - $25

Our moisture methodology is a 24-hour process that involves slow drying the sample in an oven set at 35°C. This technique gives a more accurate reading at lower sample amounts than a bench-top, moisture analyzer balance.

Pesticide Testing (150 analytes) - $249

Pesticides are commonly used to protect crops from disease and bugs. However, no pesticides have been validated for use on cannabis flower, which leads to people misusing and overusing these harmful products. In order to achieve accurate quantitation of these pesticides, we use a Shimadzu LCMS-8050 to detect over 150 different compounds.

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