WHAT WE DO

 

Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs is a San Diego-based cannabis testing lab that provides full service testing using PhD chemists trained and experienced in the scientific industry. We understand the results we release directly affect the people consuming the products we test, which is why the analytical methods we use will always be held to (or above) the current legal standards. All cannabis testing is completed in-house using the most up-to-date analytical instrumentation so our clients can rest assured they are getting the most accurate results possible in a timely manner at the right price.

Currently we have five testing focuses: potency, terpenes, residual solvents, microbials, and pesticides, but are willing to look into new categories that arise. Our goal is to raise the cannabis testing standards to a level at which the cannabis community can trust...

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The term Cannabinoids originally referred to a class of oxygen containing aromatic compounds which contained 21 carbons that were produced by Cannabis sativa. Now cannabinoids have a broader definition referred to as phytocannabinoids...

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Consumer safety is our number one concern. Microbial testing is used to ensure that the cannabis products are safe to consume.  This type of testing is mandated to ensure cleanliness and safety and is seen in all major consumer products from medicine to food...

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Once concentrated, pesticides are just as harmful to us as they are to plants. Pesticide testing is used to ensure that the cannabis products are safe to consume.  Pesticides are regulated in crops that are grown throughout all industries and since they can be used in cultivation of cannabis they need to be tested...

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Terpenes are naturally occurring small organic molecules that are produced from plants. Terpenes are what makes plants smell a certain way, which is then extracted and sold as essential oils. In cannabis over 100 terpenes have been detected which give them their unique smell and taste...

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Residual solvent testing is used to ensure that the cannabis products are safe to consume. Cannabis flower extraction of cannabinoids and terpenes is a very common method these days, so the need for residual...

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