Quality Control

kwälədē kənˈtrōl | Noun

A process that evaluates cannabis products and services to ensure the desired level of safety and quality. Regulated cannabis markets have unique quality control requirements that may include quantifying or placing limits on the following analytes: cannabinoids, terpenes, heavy metals, microbials, mycotoxins, pesticides, moisture content, water activity, and residual solvents.


The cannabis concentrates passed quality control and tested high for terpenes.


The vape cartridges need to go through quality control to make sure they meet company standards and are acceptable to sell to customers.