Origo Labs, Illinois’ newest cannabis and hemp testing lab, is set to launch in May 2020. The company was founded to help cannabis and hemp product manufacturers address critical problems or contaminants in their product lines. The Illinois cannabis testing company is gearing up for their launch, including creating a brand new website.
Cannabis testing involves quantification of major chemical compound and active ingredient in the given specimen of cannabis. Cannabinoids and terpene are major active ingredients that have medicinal potency. Depending on the concentration of the chemical active ingredient, the potency of the sample representing huge quantity of cannabis is decided. Cannabis testing is performed with the help of analytical instruments such as liquid chromatography, gas chromatography etc.
The US Cannabis Testing Services Market size is expected to witness significant growth in the coming months and years. Origo Labs is focused on the establishment of a novel, state-of-art cannabis testing lab in the Chicago, IL region, to provide a wide range of services in cannabis testing.
“Origo Labs is in the forefront of hemp testing in Illinois and the nation. We use industry leading instrumentation to ensure our customers receive accurate and reliable data.” Says Tom Cash, Co-founder of Origo Labs. “Our staff has extensive experience in regulatory compliance and R&D, in both cannabis and hemp science. We offer the analytical capability you need to ensure your products are safe for consumption and are tested accurately.”
Origo Labs will offer the following cannabis testing services:
Cannabinoid Profile and Potency
Vitamin E (for vape oils)
Increasing medical benefits of marijuana have spurred the demand for legalization, and various U.S. states have legalized the use of marijuana for certain medical conditions. This legalization will increase the need for laboratories to test for potency and safety, thus propelling the industry growth. Moreover, increased awareness of medical benefits of marijuana will increase the number of users, creating the need of safety standards for the product.
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