Cannabis testing enables growers and sellers to meet state regulations while offering high-quality, easy to dose products that customers can feel safe consuming.  Cannabis goes through a long journey from seed to plant to processing before finally ending up on the shelf as a packaged retail product. Along the way, there are many potential sources of contamination.

Heavy metals found in soil can be absorbed through the roots and become concentrated in the plant. The natural moisture in cannabis can foster the growth of microbes. Pesticides and processing chemicals can be left behind at unsafe levels.

Any potential contaminant poses a risk to the health of consumers. Cannabis testing is the only way to ensure that your products are free of contamination and safe for consumption.


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Columbia Laboratories, Inc.
Portland, Odisha United States     Distance: 7751.79 KM

STANDARDS

ISO 17025
Land & Seas Laboratory
Wasilla, Alaska United States     Distance: 7895.18 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Botanacor
Denver, Cork United States     Distance: 7016.65 KM
Apollo Labs, LLC.
Scottsdale, Arizona United States     Distance: 7474.2 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Agricor Laboratories
Denver, Cork United States     Distance: 7016.37 KM

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Kaycha Labs Gainsville
Gainesville, Florida United States     Distance: 5761.44 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Green Scientific Labs Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona United States     Distance: 7486.89 KM
Green Scientific Labs Florida
Davie, Florida United States     Distance: 5615.27 KM
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Cannabest Labs
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States     Distance: 6644.85 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
HORIBA
Piscataway, New Jersey United States     Distance: 5408.38 KM

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ASTM D8196
Aspen Research Corporation
Maple Grove, Monaghan United States     Distance: 6386.66 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Kaycha Labs Davie
Davie, Florida United States     Distance: 5615.25 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
ACT Laboratories Inc.
Scottsdale, Arizona United States     Distance: 7473.77 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Kaycha Labs
Knoxville, Tamil Nadu United States     Distance: 5893.02 KM
Hemp Testing

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ISO 17025
Kaycha Labs Oregon
Central Point, Odisha United States     Distance: 7857.06 KM
Medical Marijuana

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ISO 17025
Anandia Laboratories Inc.
Vancouver, Canada     Distance: 7664.71 KM

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ASTM D8196
Kaycha Labs
Natick, Maranhão  United States     Distance: 5272.06 KM

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ASTM D8196
Medicine Creek Analytics
Fife, Western Australia United States     Distance: 7696.22 KM

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ASTM D8196
Irvine, Capellen United States     Distance: 7800.15 KM

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ASTM D8196
Kaycha Labs
Monrovia, Capellen United States     Distance: 7804.33 KM

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ASTM D8196
  • It’s extremely difficult to stay competitive in any industry today, including the cannabis industry, without a customer relationship management (CRM) system in place, and the data proves it. Companies using a CRM realize a 41% increase in revenue. © CNB Media LLC dba Cannabiz Media
  • Today, customers expect businesses to know who they are, understand their wants and needs, personalize communications, and create experiences specifically for them. Your cannabis or cannabis-related business can’t meet and exceed customer expectations if you don’t know who they are and deliver what they want at the right times. Fortunately, a solid CRM strategy combined with CRM software can help you meet customers’ needs across the entire customer lifecycle – from prospect to loyal repeat customer and vocal brand advocate. © CNB Media LLC dba Cannabiz Media
  • Customer relationship management (CRM) involves managing all interactions with every customer and lead to improve a company’s sales and reduce churn. CRM is important to all businesses working in and with the cannabis industry today. In fact, the benefits of CRM to cannabis and ancillary businesses of all sizes are far-reaching – affecting not just sales but also marketing and customer service. © CNB Media LLC dba Cannabiz Media
  • Integrating your customer relationship management (CRM) and email marketing efforts can drive incremental results for every cannabis business and ancillary business today. Why? Because integration leads directly to better results, and the data proves it!  © CNB Media LLC dba Cannabiz Media
  • Integrating your customer relationship management (CRM) and email marketing efforts can drive incremental results for every cannabis business and ancillary business today. Why? Because integration leads directly to better results, and the data proves it!  © CNB Media LLC dba Cannabiz Media
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