Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Get My Cannabis Tested?
Visit our services page.
Does Your Testing Comply With HB 3460 Requirements?
Yes, we offer a variety of services starting with those that will meet the minimum requirements for HB 3460, up to services that are more in-depth and geared toward immune compromised patients. These services will be available starting March 1, 2014.
What Happens If My Medicine Does Not Pass The Testing Requirements In HB 3460?
HB 3460 requires the return of all medical cannabis that does not pass the testing requirements. You will receive documentation that your medicine did not pass the testing requirements.
What Types Of Testing Do You Offer?
We offer the following services:
- Potency Testing
- Pesticide Screening
- Mold Cultures
- Aerobic Plate Count
- Immature Plant Verification
- Microbiological and Pesticide Visual Inspections
- Residual Solvent Screening
- Terpene Profiles
- Nitrogen Sealing
- Batch Testing
Do You Offer Special Services For Dispensaries?
Yes, we do. Please contact us to schedule an appointment to have a Green Leaf Lab staff member come visit your dispensary.
How Long Do I Have To Wait To Get My Results?
We are committed to being as prompt as possible. We typically e-mail your results within 3-4 business days for potency testing. We typically e-mail your results within 5-7 business days for full spectrum (pesticide screen, potency screen, and mold culture) testing. Your Strain Facts™ Cards and Stickers will then be available for pick up or priority mailed to you within 2-3 business days.
How Do I Get My Results?
We will email your results to let you know that your sample has been tested. You will then receive your certified Strain Facts™ results. Your Strain Facts™ come with a Strain Facts™ Card and a Set of 20 vinyl Strain Facts™ Stickers. They are easy to read and easy to use.
Is Your Business Environmentally Friendly?
We are committed to caring for the environment at all times. We purchase recycled and environmentally friendly products whenever we can. We are also committed to purchasing products that are made in the U.S.A., and utilizing local business for any services we may need whenever possible.