Homogeneity Testing for Medical & Recreational Cannabis in Colorado
Homogeneity testing is an invaluable process used to verify the even distribution of cannabinoids in an infused product, serving as a highly accurate method for measuring both the potency and consistency of cannabis products. According to the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED), homogeneity testing is required for all infused products sold in medical and retail settings unless process validation has been achieved.
For Colorado cannabis-infused products manufacturers, homogeneity tests can be an extremely useful tool for confirming the proper concentration levels are being utilized in product formulations. Because concentration levels that are either too high or too low can lead to unsatisfactory consumer experiences, homogeneity testing is vital for all cannabis manufacturers and retailers. The cannabis lab testing services available at Nordic Analytical Laboratories include homogeneity tests, allowing our clients to adhere to MED regulations and consistently monitor their product quality, safety, and efficacy.
Homogeneity Testing Services at Nordic Analytical Laboratories
Using advanced lab testing technology, Nordic Analytical Laboratories analyzes a given sample for the homogenous distribution of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Through our testing process, we are able to verify whether a specific sample meets the required threshold of a relative standard deviation of less than 10 percent for THC. After testing is complete, you will be provided with a report that allows you to confirm that your cannabis-infused product achieves both MED standards and your brand’s target formulation.
Required Sample Size for Testing
Nordic Analytical Laboratories closely follows Colorado MED regulations regarding the necessary sample sizes for homogeneity testing. Please note that to complete a test of homogeneity, you must provide the correct sample size to our lab. According to MED regulations, the required sample size is dependent upon the size of the production or harvest batch. For more details about sample submission requirements at Nordic Analytical Laboratories, including minimum sample size by cannabis product type, please click here.
Expected Testing Turnaround Times
Our cannabis testing labs in Denver and Pueblo provide rapid turnaround time for homogeneity test results, completing testing within 2 to 3 business days. If you require rush results, please contact your lab location to inquire about the same or next-day services.
MED-Certified Homogeneity Tests in Denver and Pueblo, CO
Nordic Analytical Laboratories is proud to support Colorado dispensaries, cannabis growers, producers, and agencies, as well as legal teams serving the cannabis industry. We make professionalism and accuracy our key priorities, providing unparalleled quality and excellent service. With two convenient locations in Denver and Pueblo, completing state-required cannabis homogeneity testing is simple, quick, and hassle-free when you partner with Nordic Analytical Laboratories.
Why Choose Nordic Analytical Laboratories?
For retailers, agencies, and other entities in search of a cannabis testing facility in Colorado, reliability, and professionalism is of the utmost importance. When the safety and quality of your cannabis products are at stake, there’s no question that you need to be able to trust in the integrity of your Colorado cannabis lab. At Nordic Analytical Laboratories, we are well-prepared to facilitate all state-required testing, offering your organization the benefit of our extensive experience, advanced testing technology, and thorough knowledge of MED regulations. Our testing facilitates are certified by the Colorado MED, and we’ve been honored with numerous industry recognitions for our commitment to quality and service.
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