Cannabis Testing Menu
At SC Labs, we help streamline the testing process, bridging the gap between quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) and regulatory compliance. Driven by customer-centric innovation, our suite of solutions provides critical tools to cultivate, manufacture, and distribute cannabis products. SC Laboratories’ assays and quality systems are accredited to ISO 17025:2017 in California and by ORELAP1 in Oregon.
What can we test?
SC Labs can test cannabis flowers, concentrates, leaves, e-liquids/vape oils, crystallized isolates, as well as liquid and solid infused products such as coconut oils, tinctures, and edibles. Don’t forget about your inputs! We test beeswax, rolling papers, chocolate, food additives, terpenes, environmental inputs like soil, and more.
If you need a product tested that doesn’t fall within this list, contact us. It’s likely that we can test that too! Looking for hemp testing? Check out our Hemp/CBD Testing Menu instead.
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Cannabinoids Test Panel
Reports 15 analytes.
Among our two laboratories, SC Labs utilizes gas chromatography – flame ionization detection (GC-FID) to analyze a total of 40 terpenoids. Terpenoids are the aromatic compounds that endow cannabis and hemp with their unique scent and effect. Learn more.
Terpenoids Test Panel
Reports 40 analytes.
SC Labs’ pesticide and plant growth regulator analysis utilizes high performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Learn more.
New Standard Pesticides Test Panel – California
Reports 66 analytes per California cannabis regulations.
Standard Pesticides Test Panel – Oregon
Reports 58 analytes per Oregon cannabis regulations.
New Comprehensive Pesticides Test Panel – National Hemp
Reports 104 analytes. Meets national hemp testing standards (participating states).6
Basic Pesticides Test Panel
Reports the 18 analytes most commonly detected in cannabis and hemp.
New Standard Residual Solvents Test Panel – California
Reports 20 analytes per California cannabis regulations.
Standard Residual Solvents Test Panel – Oregon
Reports 25 analytes per Oregon cannabis regulations.
New Comprehensive Residual Solvents Test Panel – National Hemp
Reports 50 analytes. Meets national hemp testing standards (participating states).6
Analysis is conducted either by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and fluorescence detection of microbiological contaminants or by plating using 3M™ Petrifilm™ and plate counts of microbiological contaminants. Learn more.
6-Organism Microbiological Contaminants Test Panel – Inhalable (PCR)
PCR test method. Reports 6 organisms following California cannabis compliance regulations for inhalable products.
2-Organism Microbiological Contaminants Test Panel – Non-Inhalable (PCR)
PCR test method. Reports 2 organisms following California cannabis compliance regulations for non-inhalable products.
New Comprehensive Microbiological Contaminants Test Panel – National Hemp
PCR and Plating test methods. Reports 18 organisms. Meets national hemp testing standards (participating states).6
New Expanded Microbiological Contaminants Test Panel
PCR and Plating test methods. Reports 14 organisms. Expanded panel ideal for stringent product safety and quality testing requirements.
New Standard Microbiological Contaminants Test Panel
PCR and Plating test methods. Reports 6 organisms. Covers relevant list of contaminants using advanced PCR and traditional plating methods.
Water Activity Test
Results are displayed in units (WA) from 0 to 1.0.
Moisture Content Test
Results are displayed as a percentage (%).
Vitamin E Test Panel
Reports 4 analytes.
- Tocopheryl acetate
- α Tocopherol
- δ Tocopherol
- β and γ Tocopherol
- Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ORELAP)
- United States Pharmacopeia (USP)
- American Herbal Products Association (AHPA)
- American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP)
- California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC)
- Meets most national hemp testing standards in terms of action limits and analytes for contaminants including pesticides, heavy metals, microbiology, mycotoxins, residual solvents, and water activity. Does not apply to inhalable hemp sample types.