Arizona Cannabis Testing Lab

A father-son team with a passion for Arizona’s medical cannabis market is opening Level One Labs, a cannabis screening lab, in Scottsdale on January 1.

Out of 33 states that have actually approved medical marijuana programs, Arizona is currently one of two states that does not protect patient health by requiring testing. Fortunately, many dispensaries in Arizona pick to grow their marijuana as naturally as possible and frequently evaluate their product. George Griffeth and his boy, Conner, believe in the health benefits of medical cannabis and wish to supply quality diagnostic testing to support Arizona’s dispensaries.

” Level One intends to supply constant, accurate and fast results,” Conner says. “Utilizing Agilent’s mass spectrometry, we have the ability to get the most precise of measurements for quality-assurance purposes.”

Conner, 25, a graduate of Arizona State University, came up with the idea for Level One Labs while operating in Colorado’s cannabis industry: “We wished to assist improve the safety of the program in my home state, and we figured the very best way was with science-backed quality assurance.”

George liked the principle a lot he left an effective law career to form the business.

” We know that patient safety is on the line,” George noted.” We select to perform company with marijuana experts who go above and beyond to guarantee their patients receive quality medication.”

Level One will offer cannabinoid profiles, terpene profiles, recurring solvent screens, microbial analysis and pesticide screens. Test pickup will be readily available in a lot of locations.

” While Arizona has no screening requirements, we remain in a great position to learn from other states that currently mandate testing.” Conner explained. “Since of obligatory screening, the state of California just captured a very reputable laboratory cheating on results and was able to shut them down in the name of public security. Presently, Arizona does not have such public health safeguards in place for marijuana.”

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