A QR Code on your product packaging will allow consumers to view your test results online from their mobile device – saving you label space and at the same time enriching your label by making additional information available online!
Organoleptics is based in ISO methodology and FDA regulation for conducting scientific testing in which sensory evaluation is used to evaluate quality of product. For cannabis, it is a complex test designed to provide a quality evaluation metric that looks well beyond the THC quantity of the plant, and considers a multitude of variables to identify and express the merits … Read More
For up-to-date information, follow Confidence Analytics @ConfAnalytics | @confidence_analytics | #TestedWithConfidence La vitamina E y el vapeo. Lo que necesita saber. La versión en español está disponible aquí. What is Vitamin E Acetate? Vitamin E (also known as tocopherol) is a naturally occurring vitamin, essential to a healthy human diet and commonly found in food and supplements. Vitamin E is … Read More
Vitamin E and Vaping. What you need to know. English language version available here. ¿Qué es el Acetato de Vitamina E? La vitamina E (también conocida como tocopherol o acetato de vitamin e) es una vitamina natural, esencial para una dieta saludable y se encuentra con frecuencia en los alimentos y suplementos. La vitamina E es un antioxidante liposoluble, que … Read More
We’ve done it again…We’ve lowered the price of our cannabis pesticide test! In Washington State now there’s no excuse not to test your cannabis flower or concentrate for pesticides. Thanks to recent innovations by our team of scientists, we can now offer pesticide testing for as low as $20*. We test for mycotoxins using LCMS (Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry) because … Read More
How Can You Ensure Consistency in Testing Cannabis? Data. Our friends at Leafly are hard at work building and organizing testing lab data that will help consumers choose the cannabis products they want, instead of playing the guessing game that a lot of people find themselves engaged in at the dispensary. One of the reasons that Leafly partners with Confidence … Read More
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) determines and codifies the Action Limits for pesticide residues on finished cannabis products. When any single pesticide compound is detected above the limit in a cannabis product by a laboratory accredited by the WSLCB, it is considered a “fail” and the corresponding cannabis lot or batch may be subject to further scrutiny … Read More
WHAT DOES IT MEAN? When you see this PTWC logo on the package of a cannabis product, it means the product was tested for the presence of pesticides by Confidence Analytics, a Certified Cannabis Testing Laboratory. This is your indication that the product has undergone rigorous laboratory analysis to provide accurate labeling and ensure the product is free of excessive … Read More