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

Our rigorous medical marijuana testing protocols and best-in-class lab provide peace of mind to our clients.
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 medically endorsed products, nothing could be more important than using a reputable cannabis 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, state-of-the-art equipment, and ISO 17025 accreditation ensure your products are tested at the highest standard. Seattle's medical marijuana community deserves a testing lab that makes accurate testing their mission.

Moisture & Water Activity - $25

Our method for testing moisture content in cannabis uses both a loss on drying technique to determine percent moisture, and measurement of water activity. Water activity is measured using an Aqualab DUO 4TE, the industry standard for dew point moisture analysis. USP <1112> outlines water activities required to support microbial growth.

Mycotoxin Testing - $50

DOH Certified.

Mycotoxins are toxic compounds produced by fungi. We use an enzyme-linked imunnoassay (ELISA) to detect and verify the presence of Aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, G2, and Ochratoxin A in cannabis flower.

Pesticide Testing (140+ analytes) - $125

Pesticides are commonly used to protect crops from diseases and pests. 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 pesticide residues, we use a Shimadzu 8050 LCMS Triplequad to detect 140+ pesticides.

Heavy Metal Testing (Coming Soon)

COMING SOON: We perform metals analysis 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 heavy metals arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury in addition to a broad panel of inorganics. Methods include USP <232> and <233>, EPA 200.8, and a modified EPA 6020.

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