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Super Jack

Sample ID:
170106S024
Total Sample Wt:
1 Gram
Sample Type:
Flower
Date Tested:
01/09/2017

Potency Test

Full spectrum cannabinoid profiling and analysis utilizing High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC/UV)

Cannabinoid Summary
 Total THC
Δ9THC+THCa
15.47 %
Total Potential Δ9THC
137.6 mg/g
13.76 %
 Total CBD
CBD+CBDa
0.04 %
Total Potential CBD
0.4 mg/g
0.04 %
 Total CBN
Total CBN
0 %
Full Cannabinoid Profile
Tetrahydrocannabinol
Δ9THC
1.49 %
Total Potential
14.9 mg/g
Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid
THCa
13.99 %
Total Potential
139.9 mg/g
Delta 8 Tetrahydrocannabinol
Δ8THC
0 %
Cannabidiol
CBD
0 %
Cannabidiolic Acid
CBDa
0.04 %
Total Potential
0.4 mg/g
Cannabichromene
CBC
0.01 %
Cannabigerol
CBG
0.16 %
Cannabigerolic Acid
CBGa
1.33 %
Tetrahydrocannabivarin
THCV
0.02 %
Cannabidivarin
CBDV
0 %
Cannabidivarin Acid
CBDVa
0 %
Cannabinol
CBN
0 %
Total Potential
0 mg/g
Total Active Cannabinoids:
17.03 %
Total Potential
170.3 mg/g
 

Terpene Test

Identification and Quantification of Terpenes
Terpenes
Not Tested

Pesticide Testing

Screening for Pesticide and Fungicide Residue
Pesticides
Not Tested

Microbiological Testing

Screening for Fungal and Bacterial Contamination
Fungus & Bacteria
Not Tested

Residual Solvents Test (RST)

Screening for Solvent Residues and Mercaptans
Residual Solvents
Not Tested

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Terpenes

The terpenes, responsible for the smell and flavor in cannabis, modulate and modify the effects of THC, CBD and the other cannabinoids. SC Labs currently tests for over 31 different terpenes that are commonly found within popular strains of Cannabis.
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Pesticides

The FDA has not determined safe levels of any insecticide or fungicide on cannabis. SC Labs testings methods can verify the presence of trace amounts of chemical pesticides in dried flowers and other cannabis concentrates.
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Microbiological Contamination

SC Laboratories uses 3M Petrifilm, containing a ready-made culture medium, to detect and identify micro organisms that are potential contaminants of cannabis. All results are displayed in colony forming units (CFU) per gram of sample.
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Acceptable Limits for Residual Solvents

There has not yet been a universal standard set for limits on residual solvents in cannabis concentrates.  The majority of concentrates being produced today generally contain solvents that the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) describes as Class II and Class III.
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