Oklahoma Cannabis Compliance Testing
The Oklahoma compliance test the analysis performed on cannabis and cannabis-derived products to assess whether or not the sample meets the requirements set forth by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). The success or failure of the sample provided will determine if the business is legally able to sell these products. The Oklahoma cannabis compliance testing process starts with ensuring the proper documentation is presented to the lab prior to testing. Client information is obtain such as license number, address of the distributor as well as the license and address of the grower, processor, dispensary, or patient. Information such as product sample, strain name, batch id number, batch size, harvest or production date is required to be given to the lab to create a chain of custody and prepare the order.
Potency testing is performed by liquid chromatography with UV detectors to determine the amount of major cannabinoids
Microbiological testing is required for Oklahoma Compliance to ensure cannabis products are free of bacteria, yeast, mold, and other toxins.
Pesticides are chemical additives used to prevent insects and fungi from contaminating crops.
Moisture content is the percentage of water retained by cannabis flower.
Cannabis is a bioaccumulating plant that can absorb heavy metals from the soil in which it is grown.
Mycotoxins are neurotoxic compounds produced by certain species of mold (such as Aspergillus) and fungus.