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Navigating the Shift in THC Testing Standards in California's Cannabis Sector



California's burgeoning cannabis industry is currently navigating new terrain in terms of THC testing. With the implementation of legislation enacted in 2021, there's a significant shift towards standardized testing methods. This change has had a noticeable impact, particularly in the realm of testing marijuana flower and non-infused pre-rolls.


Out of the 37 licensed cannabis testing facilities in the state, only about one-third have received approval to conduct THC tests on these specific products. The legislation's goal is to ensure consistency and reliability in THC content reporting, an essential factor for both consumers and businesses in the cannabis market.



Interestingly, laboratories that are yet to adapt to these standardized methods aren't entirely out of the game. They retain the permission to test other cannabis products, including edibles, concentrates, and infused pre-rolls. However, to extend their services to include dried cannabis, these labs must align with the new testing protocols.


This development is a critical step for California's cannabis industry, emphasizing the importance of accuracy and uniformity in cannabis testing. As more laboratories upgrade and submit their verification reports, the industry looks forward to enhanced consistency and quality assurance in cannabis products across the state.




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