Striving for Product Quality Assurance in the Wild West of Medical Cannabis

Since the medicinal properties of cannabis and its components were first recognized for a wide range of ailments, debates about its safety have loomed large. Not least of these concerns has been the quality of the cannabis product administered and how its components transform during use. As states have begun to roll out testing regulations for cannabis products, a market has emerged for reliable and cutting-edge testing labs. In Arizona, Level One Labs is poised to take advantage of the emerging market - and is already ahead of the game.  

Learn about Level One Labs’ analytical processes, and how the versatility of the Sartorius Mark 3 Moisture Analyzer and range of high-performance analytical balances are helping the organization overcome several key process bottlenecks. 


Commonly Asked Questions:  

  • When did Arizona medicinal cannabis regulation go into effect?
      
    • TSB 1494 was passed in August 2019, officially going into effect in November of 2020. The law requires medical marijuana products be tested for potency and contaminants (i.e. microbes, heavy metals, pesticides, residual solvents) before being made available to the public.
        
  • What is an example of state-mandated moisture regulation for cannabis? 
     
    • California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control requires the moisture content of properly cured cannabis flowers be below 13%. The states of Nevada and Washington have a moisture percentage threshold of 15%.   

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