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Heavy Metal Testing for Cannabis in Oklahoma

ENSURE your Cannabis is free of Heavy Metals

Cannabis heavy metal testing is critical because regardless of where cannabis comes from, it can contain heavy metals. Fertilizer and soils can contain metals. Some of these metals are toxic and known as heavy metals. If heavy metals exist at elevated levels in cannabis, they can trigger a number of health problems.

Heavy metal screening is very important. As mandated by the OMMA, the acceptable limits of heavy metals are measured in the range of parts per million (ppm) per gram.

PureLabs cannabis heavy metal testing in Oklahoma includes the heavy metals of Cadmium (Cd), Arsenic (As), Lead (Pb) and Mercury (Hg).

PureLabs OKC uses the Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Detector (ICP-MS) to do its heavy metals testing, which offers the best sensitivity and most accurate results for heavy metal tests. Our ICP-MS is capable of detecting metals at sub-ppb trace levels. Combined with the instrument’s specificity, this instrument and methodology yield accurate and reliable results.

Our Cannabis Heavy Metal testing in Oklahoma looks for:

  • Arsenic
  • Cadmium
  • Lead
  • Mercury

Cannabis Heavy Metal Testing

Heavy metals have the potential to destroy the quality of cannabis products. They can also be dangerous for consumers and outweigh the true benefits of your products. There is always a chance cannabis could contain heavy metals, even if you grow at home. It can be hard to know what is included in your soil and water and how it impacts your products.

The PureLabs OKC cannabis heavy metals testing process is comprehensive and offers guaranteed results. Rest assured you are cultivating cannabis and manufacturing products that are within the legal parameters for heavy metals.