What's in Your Infusion?
Why You Should Test What's in Your Cannabis
Cannabis is not regulated the way Tylenol or Ibuprofen is. It's up to you to figure out what’s actually in your product. That’s why it’s best to test with a tCheck.
Challenges with Cannabis Products
The cannabis industry is heavily unregulated. As a consequence, there aren’t proper testing, labeling, or use standards. This leaves a mountain of obstacles for users like you to get past such as:
Without knowing your product’s potency, it's impossible to determine appropriate dosages, which can lead to overconsumption.
Unregulated products may contain high levels of THC. This can lead to adverse reactions for new and experienced users such as anxiety, paranoia, and more.
For new users, the risk of negative side effects is severe.
Products are often produced and sold by uncertified and undocumented cannabis farms. This makes it difficult to hold anyone responsible for the harm caused by these products.
With no label standardization, understanding cannabinoid concentration is confusing and can require all kinds of math.
Don't risk inaccurate dosing...
Testing cannabis potency is crucial for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of medicinal cannabis use:
Overdosing can lead to adverse side effects such as paranoia, anxiety, and even psychosis.
Cannabis plants vary significantly, a lack of testing can result in unpredictable and inconsistent effects on patients.
Know what's going into your batches
When making tinctures and edibles for yourself, friends, and family, you'll want to avoid:
An inability to determine the appropriate dose makes achieving a consistent the desired effect impossible.
Harm to Others
Friends and family consuming untested edibles may be subject to overconsumption and negative side effects.