The Errl Cup and the 710 Degree Cup employ Laboratory Testing on each sample that is secret shopped and self entered by every patient and Dispensary. Currently Arizona has no regulations on cannabis testing. Therefore we take our testing requirements as a mixture from Colorado and California.

We Test For

CANNABINOIDS

for potency information

  • THC-A (delta 9)
  • THC (delta 9)
  • THC (delta 8)
  •  THC-V
  •  CBD-A

 

  •  CBD
  • CBD-V
  • CBG
  • CBN
  • CBC

TERPENES

for flavor profile information

  • alpha-Bisabolol
  •  Camphene
  •  delta-3-Carene
  •  beta-Caryophyllene
  •  Caryophyllene oxide
  •  Cymene
  •  Eucalyptol
  • Geraniol
  •  Guaiol
  •  alpha-Humulene
  •  Isopulegol
  •  Limonene
  •  Linalool
  •  beta-Myrcene
  •  Ocimene
  •  Nerolidol
  •  alpha-Pinene
  •  beta-Pinene
  •  alpha-Terpinene
  •  gamma-Terpinene
  •  Terpinolene

SOLVENTS

to identify any hazards levels over 5,000 ppm (Acceptable levels in your prescriptions and food)

  • n-Butane
  •  Isobutane
  •  Methane
  •  Ethane
  •  Pentane
  • Heptane
  •  Hexane
  •  Methanol
  •  Ethanol
  •  Isopropanol
  •  Acetone
  •  Acetonitrile
  •  Tetrahydrofuran
  •  Toluene
  •  Chloroform
  •  Carbon tetrachloride
  •  Benzene
  •  m-Xylene
  •  p-Xylene
  •  o-Xylene

FUNGICIDES, PESTICIDES, AND GROWTH REGULATORS

to ensure growers are not using bad practices

  • Myclobutanil
  •  Quinoxyfen
  • Azoxystrobin
  • beta-Cyfluthrin
  • Paclobutrazol
  • Daminozide

RAPID YEAST AND MOLD PLATE TEST (CFU COUNT)

gives us an idea of how many colony’s of microorganisms are present in the sample. Although it does not tell us if the organisms are the dangerous ones. A generally accepted standard in other states is 10,000 CFU and that is out limit as well. 

  • Yeast and Mold
  • Only gives level of conamination, no identification
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