Due to the health benefits of cannabis, the drug has now been legalized in many states. Understanding the impacts of changing regulation on cannabis laboratories is important for many organizations. Laboratories must work to stay on top of best practices and in compliance with those regulations.
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To sell a cannabis product, licensed growers must meet state safety standards and ever-evolving regulatory requirements. Some producers think they can conduct their own testing; however, the impact of failing audits can put them out of business. Therefore, growers and manufacturers of cannabis-related products should partner with a reputable cannabis testing laboratory.
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Cannabis is a complex plant containing a group of chemicals known as cannabinoids. Cannabidiol is commonly referred to as CBD, while delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is referred to as THC.
Since the use of cannabis for medical and adult use purposes has been legalized in many states, regulatory testing ensures the potency of the drug to ensure consumer safety. Regulations require that every hemp plant, product, and derivative needs to be tracked through the supply chain. This ensures patients are receiving a legitimate product and keeps illicit products off the market.