Synthetic Marijuana Testing
The popularity of sales of herbal incense products that may or may not contain synthetic cannabinoids (i.e. JWH-019, JWH-200, etc.) prompted lawmakers to propose and enact legislation banning the use of some, if not all of known synthetic cannabinoids.
To comply with laws and regulation, and some that are created and pass immediately an herbal incense analysis of Regulated or Controlled Substances is imperative. This is an important task to ensure that your product(s) is/are in adherence with current legislation. This will protect you and your organization, and avoid costly litigation and perhaps incarceration.
Regular Marijuana vs. Synthetic Marijuana
The type of Marijuana that many people get a "High" feeling comes from a plant called Cannabis sativa. The main psychoactive compound is called Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (D9THC), that can be found and are concentrated in the leaf and bud parts of the plant with bud having the highest concentration of D9THC. In addition, D9THC binds with two receptors of the brain called CB1 and CB2 receptors. With this interaction of the binding of D9THC with CB! and CB2 receptors, the person becomes more calm, a feeling of elation, carefree, and others. However, the D9THC also affects the hypothalamus(responsible for controlling hunger, thirst, and sex drive) part of the brain in that in addition of getting "high", the person usually craves foods, thereafter.
The Synthetic Marijuana or Synthetic Cannabinoids, on the other other hand also target or binds to the CB1 and CB1 receptors of the brain. However, synthetic cannabinoids are made in a laboratory and ihas a potency of as much as 800 times compared to regular marijuana. Therefore, the experience is different depending on the concentration and type of Synthetic Cannabinoids. Because the concentration, or potency of many Synthetic Cannabinoids it can have deleterious effect of the person's health. At this time, there are over 150 known and synthezised Synthetic Cannabinoids including JWH-018, XLR-11, AB-Fubinaca, 5F-AMB, and many others.
The Best Deal In Town
The pricing is for one product name, same product with different sub names or flavors, etc. Product Certification is also priced by the number of States that requires compliance.
Types of Analysis—price per sample
a. Federal/DEA Synthetic Cannabinoids Analysis - $425.00
b. Federal/DEA Synthetic Cannabinoids Analysis - $225.00 (with the order of General or State Specific Synthetic Cannabinoids Analysis
c. General or State Specific Synthetic Cannabinoids Analysis - $575.00
NOTE: All prices are for one product or sample. If the products have the same name with different variations, for example, the product name is "SO KOLD" and the Variations are "SO KOLD Lavender", and "SO KOLD Orange", then the number of samples are two.
For Multiple State Certificate of Analysis
Product Certification of Herbal Incense, Synthetic Cannabinoids Analysis; Additional State analysis (2 or more States). Please indicated the State(s) that you want your product to be certified. NOTE: This is for additional States ONLY. You must order the initial test for ONE State. For example, if you want to certify your product for Kentucky, the cost is $575.00 per sample. Also, you want a certification for Texas and Virginia the cost is $285.00 per State per sample
Confidence in testing results
WHAT WILL BE TESTED
Below are some of the synthetic marijuana
compounds that we can test for. There are many
more compounds that we can test.
, 5F-ADB, (5F-MDMB-PINACA),
5F-AB FUBINACA, JWH-122, JWH-210,
HOW TO SEND SAMPLE FOR TESTING
Sending your samples for testing is very simple.
Please click on -> Instructions how to send sample