EVIO Labs currently has cannabis testing laboratories in Oregon, California, Massachusetts, and Florida. Click here to be kept up to date with our expansion into other states.
Each state has its own testing legislation. Florida state mandates through the Office of Medical Marijuana Use that all cannabis products are tested. We expect the state to implement comprehensive mandated testing very soon.
EVIO Labs performs all tests on the most advanced instrumentation that allows for very detailed and consistent results. We have a very experienced and skilled science team of chemists and microbiologists who use validated methods to test cannabis products. Every test report is checked by our Lab Director to ensure that all results are valid and certified. EVIO Labs testing methodologies will exceed state mandated requirements and receive our certified cannabis seal of approval.
Potency and residual solvent methods have been validated following the guidelines presented by the International Council on Harmonisation.Microbiological methods have been validated following guidelines presented by the Food and Drug Administration, as well as the United States Pharmacoepia. International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use. Validation of Analytical Procedures: Text and Methodology Q2 (R1). ICH Harmonised Tripartite Guideline, 2005. FDA Methods Validation Guidelines for Microbial Pathogens. Guidelines for the Validation of Analytical Methods for the Detection of Microbial Pathogens in Foods. US Food & Drug Administration Office of Foods, 2011.
Unfortunately, Florida state law requires you to have a marijuana business license to test with a licensed cannabis laboratory.
Unfortunately, state legislation prevents cross-border testing. You must be a licensed marijuana business in one of the states we are in to test with us.
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Samples will be picked up by one of our technicians at your facility.
Our Customer Portal can track all of your sample results. The key is to keep your sample names consistent so that you can see any trends or notice if there are any significant changes in your results compared to historical results. This will also enable you to create labels compliant with MED requirements.