I502 CERTIFIED & ACCREDITED LABORATORY
Confidence Analytics is an I502 certified laboratory adopting national and international standards for laboratory best-practices in food and herbal product safety analysis. We offer a wide range of testing options for Cannabis products, and our lab can satisfy all I-502 requirements for Quality Assurance Testing and Potency Profiling.
Our state-of-the-art laboratory delivers consistent and honest results which we strive to deliver as quickly and economically as possible. Our mission is to support a rapidly evolving industry by providing our customers with accurate potency analysis and utmost confidence that their product is legal and safe for recreational or medicinal use.
KNOWING YOUR PRODUCT
As an assurance of safety, it is often desirable for Cannabis consumables – whether they be flowers and inflorescence, extracts, or infused edibles/topicals – to be labeled as to their potency and contaminancy. Washington state law now requires this testing, and it can also be desirable in the absence of a requirement.
The Confidence Analytics Label indicates that the product has been tested under reproducible methods for harmful contaminants, and offers a potency profile that can help the consumer properly dose their intake and identify the product that best meets their needs. Our service aims to provide an appropriate standard for safety in the Cannabis market, to provide the Cannabis consumer with an easy-to-understand yet scientifically driven explanation of the intended interpretation of our methods, and to contribute to the growing body of knowledge concerning the history, cultivation, and uses of this amazing plant species.
THOROUGH AND ACCURATE PRODUCT TESTING
The Confidence AnalyticsLaboratory utilizes the best technology available for conducting peer reviewed standards for scientific analysis ofCannabis. Our High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) machines are calibrated with each run to ensure consistency of results. Using complex procedures for sample preparation, we can identify the percent composition and distinguish between active and inactive forms of cannabinoids present in even a small sample. We can also use HPLC to detect and quantify terpenes and terpenoids, residual pesticides in the case of flowers, and residual solvents in the case of extracts.