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As an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited lab, ATOZ provides exceptional cannabis testing services to organizations and individuals in the medical and adult-use cannabis industry. It’s vital to providers not only to meet regulatory guidelines in Massachusetts, but to also demonstrate safety and compliance in order to stay competitive in this fast-growing industry.
Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in cannabis which may have psychoactive effects. Profile and potency testing of cannabis products is helpful for consumers to determine effective cannabinoid dosages.Learn More
Solvents are used in the production of concentrated cannabis products. Even trace amounts of these solvents can have adverse health effects and must be removed at the end of the extraction process.Learn More
Mycotoxins are toxic compounds that are naturally produced by certain types of molds. These molds are commonly found in soil, decaying vegetation, and grains. These substances can be harmful for human consumption above certain thresholds.Learn More
Water Activity and Moisture Content
Water activity is a measure of the free moisture in a product. The water activity of a product describes its ability to facilitate the growth of microorganisms.Learn More
Terpenes are aromatic compounds produced by many plants including cannabis. They can also be found in food, drugs, and alcohol.Learn More
There are many different pesticides and growth regulators used in agricultural processes including the cultivation of cannabis plants. These substances can be harmful for human consumption above certain thresholds …Learn More
Testing for heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury, cadmium, and lead in cannabis products is a critical analysis to ensure safe cannabis consumption.Learn More
Vitamin E Acetate
Vitamin E Acetate is a synthetic form of vitamin E which has been shown to be harmful if inhaled. It is a strong culprit of concern when used as an ingredient in vape cartridges and studies have linked it to pulmonary injuries.Learn More
Products Tested Include:
- Cannabis Flower
- Concentrates, extracts, and distillates
- Marijuana-infused products, including:
- Tinctures and oils
For more detailed information on what we test, how we conduct tests, what results mean, and how to get started, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions Page.
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Our competitive turnaround time, flexible pricing options, experienced team of chemists and biologists, and state-of-the-art technology assures customers of quality, safe, and effective products that meet all regulatory compliance requirements. We are committed to improving standards in the cannabis testing industry through our approach, knowledge, facilities, and equipment.