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Medicinal Marijuana Laws
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Florida initially was only allowing terminally ill patients to use marijuana. When was the Florida Medicinal Marijuana Legalization initiation approved? This legalization is also referred to as Amendment 2, and allowed more patients to obtain a medicinal card.
November 8th, 2016
There are ___________ different types of cannabinoids
What are some examples of strains that are CBD potent?
Sour Tsunami, Penny Wise, Charlottes Web, and Harlequin
What is the organic compound that gives marijuana its smell? List some different types of this.
This Bill allows patients to purchase 2.5 ounces of whole marijuana flower every 35 days as needed.
Senate Bill 182
Can patients under 18 years old partake in the Senate Bill 182?
Only if they are diagnosed with a terminal condition and receive a second opinion from a pediatrician.
A medical marijuana treatment center must retain all records of testing and samples for how long?
If a sample does not meet legal standards, what must the treatment center do?
They must recall all other products from the same batch.
a plant's inherent capacity to produce certain levels and varieties of chemical compounds
The industry is shifting toward strains that are balanced with other cannabinoids like CBN (cannabinol) and CBD, which can help....
which can help to counteract the disorientation and memory lapses linked to THC-heavy strains.
Senate Bill 8A in the State of Florida requires that:
All medical marijuana must be tested in a _________ medical marijuana testing laboratory and reviewed by ____ medical marijuana treatment center employees before it is dispensed to patients.
The laboratory must be an independent third party, with ___ ___________ to doctors, caregivers, or patients.
Senate Bill 8A in the State of Florida requires that:
All medical marijuana must be tested in a third-party medical marijuana testing laboratory and reviewed by two medical marijuana treatment center employees before it is dispensed to patients.
The laboratory must be an independent third party, with no affiliations to doctors, caregivers, or patients.
Per Senate Bill 8A, The maximum levels for each contaminant will be overseen by ______ ______________ __ ____________________ and __________ __________. The department may, at times, select random samples from edibles available for purchase in dispensing facilities to test for potency, safety, and labeling accuracy.
The maximum levels for each contaminant will be overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The department may, at times, select random samples from edibles available for purchase in dispensing facilities to test for potency, safety, and labeling accuracy.
Per senate bill 8A, Medical marijuana treatment centers must pay for their own sample testing and recall any items that do not meet standards for ___________ ____________ and ______________.
Medical marijuana treatment centers must pay for their own sample testing and recall any items that do not meet standards for potency, safety, and accurate labeling.
Per Senate Bill 8A, Medical marijuana treatment centers must contract with a third party medical marijuana testing lab to perform audits on their standard operating procedures, sampling, and testing records to confirm that the results are pure. How many processed samples from each batch should be retained for at least nine months in case an audit is requested.
two processed samples
What are Aflatoxins?
Aflatoxins are poisonous carcinogens and mutagens that are produced by certain molds (Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus) which grow in soil, decaying vegetation, hay, and grains. They can cause cancer and liver damage
What are some residual solvents that can be found in Cannabis?
Acetone, Butane, Propane, Hexane, Heptane
Element LIMS® system is a configurable Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) that increases productivity for environmental labs that test what?
air, soil, cannabis, water, wastewater, and food.
How are solvents used to with oils, wax, and liquid concenrtates?
Oil and liquid concentrates require solvents to help extract the medicinal cannabinoids and aromatic terpenoids from the cannabis plant. Cannabis residual solvent analysis from an independent medical marijuana testing lab like MCS ensures that your product meets quality specifications and safety standards.
High-quality concentrates offer consumers abundant levels of cannabinoids in smaller doses. Potent extracts with higher concentrations of terpenoids provide maximal effect, with a superior flavor. To create these concentrated extracts, producers will sometimes use hydrocarbon gases like butane and propane, as well as common solvents like ethanol, isopropanol, and hexane to bring out the essential oils.
What are Class 1 Solvents?
Class 1 - Volatile solvents to avoid - including known and suspected carcinogens and environmental hazards.
-Benzene, Carbon Tetrachlorida
Extraction solvents may also include contaminates like benzene and xylenes - Class 1 solvents and known carcinogens. While it may be more cost-effective, the potential health effects are cause for concern.
What are Class 2 Solvents?
Class 2 - Suspect solvents to limit - including animal carcinogens, teratogens or reversible neurotoxins.
Hexane is the only Class 2 solvent routinely found in cannabis extraction solvents. Hexane is a petroleum distillate that has been linked to respiratory irritation, dermatitis, liver and kidney failure, and Parkinson's Disease. Hexane levels should be as low as possible to avoid unwanted side effects.
What are Class 3 Solvents?
Class 3 - Safe solvents to use - including low toxic potential chemicals.
The following Class 3 solvents are acceptable at levels of up to 0.5%:
-1 & 2 Butanol
What types of lab techniques are used to find the levels of Residual Solvents in Cannabis?
We use industry-leading technology such as gas chromatography flame ionization detector, GC-FID/ head space analysis to monitor the ppm levels of solvents and identify harmful contamination levels in raw materials. Our data suggests that proper purging and product control can virtually eliminate residual solvents from concentrates.
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