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Marijuana Product Testing in Colorado

With Colorado's rapid emergence of first legal medical marijuana for licensed patients and later recreational marijuana for all users over 21 years of age has come the need for standards and regulations in the pot industry. One major aspect of Colorado's effort at regularizing and standardizing marijuana is the testing of flowers, extracts, edibles and other cannabis infused products.


Colorado Marijuana Testing Labs

In response to the new need for product testing in the marijuana industry, over two dozen marijuana testing facilities have popped up in the state over the past few years.  These lab testing businesses specialize in conducting scientific lab tests on marijuana products that are sold at Colorado dispensaries.

What do marijuana testing centers test marijuana products for?

Lab testing businesses that focus on product testing in the marijuana industry evaluate the potency, quality and composition of cannabis infused products sold at medical dispensaries and retail pot shops in Colorado.  Some marijuana testing facilities focus on providing a specific type of test for the marijuana industry. Gobi Analytical, for instance, is a lab testing center that specializes in the microbial testing of Colorado marijuana products.  Other lab testing centers, such as CannaLabs and Aurum Laboratories offer a full suit of lab solutions to test marijuana products, including Potency/Homogeneity Testing, Residual Solvents Testing, Microbiology Analyses, Pesticide Testing, Aflatoxin Testing, Heavy Metal Testing, Homogeneity Testing and other scientific lab tests to analyze marijuana strains and dispensary products.

Labs that Test Marijuana Strains, Edibles & Concentrates Sold at Colorado Dispensaries

Below you'll find a list of marijuana testing labs in Colorado.  The list includes all Colorado marijuana testing centers as of May, 4th 2015.


Colorado Marijuana Testing Center Map

Need to have your marijuana dispensary products tested? Use the map below to find a marijuana testing lab near you!




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