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Full Panel Tests & Pricing

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Full Panel Testing

(Plant Material)


Full panel compliance testing for medical marijuana plant material is a comprehensive process that evaluates various parameters to ensure the safety and quality of the product. Through cannabinoid profile testing, pesticide residue testing, heavy metal testing, residual solvent testing, and microbial contamination testing, regulatory guidelines are met, and consumers can have confidence in the medical marijuana they are using.

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Full Safety Panel

(Edibles w/o COA)


Conducting full safety panel testing for medical marijuana edibles without a COA is essential to ensure the safety and quality of these products. By following the outlined steps, including microbiological testing, pesticide residue testing, heavy metal testing, residual solvent testing, and cannabinoid potency testing, manufacturers can provide consumers with safe and reliable medical marijuana edibles.

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Full Panel Testing (Concentrates)


Full panel compliance testing plays a vital role in guaranteeing the safety and efficacy of medical marijuana concentrates. It involves a comprehensive analysis of various parameters, including potency, pesticides, residual solvents, heavy metals, microbial contaminants, and mycotoxins. By conducting these tests, producers can ensure that their products meet the required regulatory standards and are safe for consumers.

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Full Safety Panel

(Infused Pre-Roll)


Medical marijuana infused pre-rolls have gained popularity as a convenient and discreet way to consume cannabis for medicinal purposes. However, ensuring the safety and quality of these products is of utmost importance. Safety panel testing plays a crucial role in assessing the potency, purity, and potential risks associated with medical marijuana infused pre-rolls.

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Full Safety Panel

(Edibles w/ COA)


Full panel compliance testing is essential for medical marijuana edibles to meet regulatory requirements and ensure consumer safety. It involves a comprehensive analysis of various parameters, including potency, contaminants, and labeling accuracy. By conducting these tests, manufacturers can demonstrate their commitment to producing safe and reliable products.

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Post-Full Panel

(Non-Infused Pre-Rolls)


Testing medical marijuana non-infused pre-rolls is crucial to ensure their safety and quality. These products can contain various compounds, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and potentially harmful contaminants. Testing helps identify and quantify these compounds, ensuring that the pre-rolls meet regulatory standards and are safe for consumption.

Research & Development Testing







Heavy Metals








Water Activity


Foreign Materials


Residual Solvents






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Below are descriptions of each test that is ran at Quality Labs.

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Full Panel Test

Full panel compliance testing of edibles, flower, and concentrates is a comprehensive process that ensures the safety and quality of these products. Through testing for potency, residual solvents, microbial contaminants, pesticides, heavy metals, and mycotoxins, manufacturers can provide consumers with safe and reliable cannabis products that comply with regulatory standards.


  • Potency

  • Terpenes

  • Residual Solvents

  • Microbials

  • Pesticides

  • Heavy Metals

  • Water Activity

  • Moisture content 

  • Foreign matter/filth

  • Mycotoxins

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Terpenes are a diverse group of aromatic compounds found in almost all species of plants. These compounds are responsible for creating the distinct and characteristic scents associated with various cannabis strains. For example, terpenes are responsible for the piney aroma found in some strains, the soothing lavender scent in others, and the refreshing smell of orange peel in some varieties.


  • Limonene

  • Terpinolene

  • Ocimene

  • Eucalyptol

  • Geraniol

  • Linalool

  • Humulene

  • Pinene

  • Myrcene 

  • and more..

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When it comes to potency analysis, Quality Labs can accurately measure and evaluate 11 distinct cannabinoids found in marijuana. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds primarily responsible for the various effects of marijuana. By analyzing the potency of these cannabinoids, we provide valuable information to cultivators, manufacturers, and consumers. 


  • CBD

  • CBD-V

  • CBD-A

  • CBG-A

  • CBG

  • THC-V

  • THC-A

  • CBN

  • D9-THC

  • D8-THC

  • CBC

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Heavy Metals

The most common sources of metal uptake in plants are the soil, fertilizers, and nutrients used during the plant's growth cycle. While some metals are essential for plant growth, others can be harmful in high concentrations. Monitoring and identifying metal content is essential to ensure consumer safety and prevent potential health risks.


  • Lead

  • Arsenic

  • Mercury

  • Cadmium

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The process of microbial testing plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety of various products, including cannabis. This testing involves the identification and analysis of potentially harmful microorganisms and their byproducts. Quality Laboratories, for instance, conducts tests to detect multiple pathogens.


  • Total Yeast & Mold

  • Salmonella Species

  • Aspergillus Species

  • Shiga Toxin E. Coli

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The results obtained from pesticide testing are crucial for both growers and consumers. Growers rely on these results to monitor and manage their pesticide usage, ensuring that they comply with legal requirements and best practices. Consumers, on the other hand, benefit from the assurance that the agricultural products they consume have been thoroughly tested for pesticide residues and are within safe limits.


  • Abamectin

  • Azoxystrobin

  • Bifenazate

  • Etoxazole

  • Imazalil

  • Imidacloprid

  • Malathion

  • Mycobutanil

  • Permethrin

  • and more..

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Mycotoxins are highly toxic compounds produced by molds such as Aspergillus. Exposure to these toxins can have severe health consequences, including compromised immune function, reproductive disorders, and organ damage. To ensure safety and peace of mind, it is essential to rely on reputable laboratories like Quality Labs for thorough mycotoxin testing. Their commitment to quality and accuracy makes them a trusted choice in the field of mycotoxin analysis.


  • Aflatoxin-B1

  • Aflatoxin-B2

  • Aflatoxin-G1

  • Aflatoxin-G2

  • Ochratoxin-A+H

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Residual Solvents

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Moisture Content

During the process of creating distillate or other concentrates from cannabis plant material, industrial grade solvents are used to strip the cannabinoids from the plant matter. This extraction method is commonly employed to obtain concentrated forms of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, which are then used in various products like oils, edibles, and topicals.

To ensure consistent and reliable cannabis products, it is crucial for manufacturers and producers to implement rigorous quality control measures. This includes regular testing and monitoring of moisture levels throughout the processing and storage stages. By maintaining appropriate moisture levels, manufacturers can optimize the potency, shelf-life, and sensory properties of cannabis products, ultimately providing consumers with a superior product experience.


  • Acetone

  • Benzene

  • Butane

  • Cyclohexane

  • Isopropyl Alcohol

  • Pentane

  • Propane

  • Toluene

  • Total Xylenes

  • and more..

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Water Activity

In the case of harvested buds, maintaining an appropriate water activity level is vital for their storage stability. The water activity of the buds directly affects their shelf life and overall quality. If the water activity is too high, it can lead to the growth of microorganisms, resulting in mold and other forms of microbial contamination. On the other hand, if the water activity is too low, it can cause the buds to become brittle and lose their desirable qualities.

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