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The High Performance Liquid Chromatograph - Mass Spectrometry (HPLC-MS) chemistry technique is perhaps one of the most exciting scientific lab analysis in the world when it comes to cannabis testing. What this high tech state of the art analytical chemistry technique allows is for scientists to look at exactly which cannabinoids and terpenoids are contained within a sample and in exactly what concentrations/amounts. In fact, the thorough testing provides to us a breakdown of up to 17 cannabinoids and 10 terpenoids for each individual strain or sample that is analyzed. In sharing this information with you, we can easily determine what specific strains of cannabis may be most beneficial for a specific ailment.

With these tools, samples of cannabis medicine can be analyzed on the molecular level. The first step involves the liquid chromatography where samples are packed and forced under high pressure by a liquid through a specialized column packed with a stationary phase filter. This separates various types of particles from the medicine and it allows lab technicians to identify and quantify those particulates.

These are then utilized in possibly several Mass Spectrometers in order to measure the mass-to-charge ratio of particles contained within a sample. These high powered machines utilize electron beams to ionize the chemical and molecular compounds contained within a sample in order to further separate them and to create charged molecule fragments that can be identified for their composition. Oftentimes these machines also analyze samples created in a Headspace Autosampler - a machine that captures vapors and gases for testing. It is important to note that this technology can indeed be used to ionize and identify various gases and vapors for their chemical constituents as this technique is also used in a Residual Solvent Analysis for cannabis based extracts. Additionally, a mycotoxin and a pesticide analysis go hand in hand with the HPLC-MS testing, and they help to ensure that the medicine you are consuming is completely clean and free from undesirable and potentially harmful chemicals. Pesticides screened for include (but are not limited to): abamectin, bifenazate, bifenthrin, carbaryl, cypermethrin, diazinon, myclobutanil, paclobutrazol, permethrin, resmethrin.

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