InfiniteCal tests products for things like potency, pesticides, heavy metals and microbial analysis to make sure the products are safe for consumption and meet state standards.
Josh Swider is the CEO and co-founder. Swider’s company consists of roughly 45 employees, 30 of those are either chemists or biologists. The team tests products for licensed retailers to make sure their cannabis meets the standard for what is allowed by the state.
When it comes to vaping, Swider says their analysis shows that what’s making people sick is when the product is diluted, most recently with Vitamin E or Vitamin E acetate.
According to the CDC, 33 people have died from lung related illnesses linked to e-ciggarettes or vaping products. Most of those samples tested by the FDA had THC. San Diego County has confirmed 22 vape related illnesses in the county.
Although InfiniteCal doesn’t just test products for vaping, Swider says the best thing a person can do is to do their research and make sure they are buying from a licensed retailer. He also recommends asking the business for their certificate of analysis to find out what’s in the cannabis product they’re consuming.