We are motivated by an endless drive to challenge the status quo of testing techniques.
We continually invest in advanced research and technologies, and also in our staff.
Our team is the most knowledgeable, dedicated, and talented in the industry.

Sonoma Lab Works is on the forefront of today's cannabis research with support offered throughout the supply chain from the industry’s thought-leaders.
We test for 10 of the major cannabinoid metabolite to determine the potency profile of your cannabis-based products from flower, extracts, and even marijuana infused products (MIP).
We test for the 20 most common terpenes found in cannabis this enables a more accurate assessment of phytochemistry associated with your product.
Given that the standard culturing methods for microbial screens have many issues with validity and accuracy we use quantitative polymerase-chain reaction (qPCR) to test for microbial contaminants to ensure the accuracy and validity of the results.
We currently test for all 66 pesticides for both Class I and Class II down to the levels needed for compliance by the state of California. Our current capabilities allow for detection down to parts per trillion level (PPT), resulting in unparalleled screening abilities of raw material to ensure safety and consistency throughout the supply chain.
We currently test for all residual solvents for both Class I and Class II down to the levels needed for compliance testing in the state of California.
Heavy metals can present in cannabis if they are present in the soil or water. These metals can be highly toxic even in low amounts. Inhalation or consumption of these metals can have significant health impacts on consumers. Testing for heavy metals is a Phase III requirement and is mandated as of January 1, 2019.
Mycotoxins are harmful chemical compounds produced by fungi as a byproduct of their metabolism. Contact with mycotoxins can be harmful to humans and even result in death. Molds that produce mycotoxins can grow on cannabis and cannabis products. Laws require screening for Aflatoxin and Ochratoxin both produced by several different aspergillus species. Mycotoxins are screened using LCMS/MS.
Strain-SEEK (Genetic sequencing of plants). Whole Genome Sequencing: determines genetic history and strain lineage. All data entered into DASH blockchain, serves as public record of prior use that can be used to defend against patent attempts, such as US Patent US9095554B2. Genetic Markers: covers multiple cannabinoid/terpene synthase genes. Helps breeders and cultivators identify genetic markers for desirable traits, such as predisposition to produce certain terpenes and cannabinoids.
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