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ECO Analytics LLC
Eugene OR
15043
Oregon Cannabis Testing Service
Eco Analytics is an analytical laboratory specializing in cannabis testing. We offer Oregon State Compliance Testing includes terpene profile as well as Clone inspections. Individual tests include Cannabinoid potency Analysis, Pesticide Analysi...

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TLC Lab Supply
Medford OR
3408
Thin Layer Chromatography testing has been used in labs for years. It is taught in many University chemistry courses, with these kits it will allow the testing for THC, CBG, CBN, CBD, and more in cannaboid plant substances and products. This test is in full compliance with the g...
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Cascadia Labs
Bend OR
3100
WHO WE AREA patient oriented team, we draw from extensive horticulture, pharmacology, and analytical chemistry experience to provide science based quality assurance for medicinal cannabis products. We are committed to enhancing the availability of safe and efficacious products t...


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Oregon Growers Analytical
Eugene OR
3099
Trust your bud.Oregon Growers Analytical specializes in comprehensive cannabis testing services, helping dispensaries, growers, producers, and consumers alike ensure the safety and quality of medicinal cannabis and cannabis related products in Oregon. We use internationally appro...


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Green Leaf Lab - Roseburg
Roseburg OR
3090


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Green Leaf Lab - Portland
Portland OR
3076
The Northwests Premiere Cannalysis Laboratory. Green Leaf Lab is Oregons most trusted name for medical cannabis potency testing and safety screening. Know What You Grow.We are here to help you navigate and comply with Oregon State Law for PRFs and Medical Marijuana Facilities, an...
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The Joint Blog | October 15, 2017
 Study: Cannabis Legalization Has Reduced Opioid-Related Deaths in Colorado


Anthony Martinelli
The objective of the study, conducted by researchers at the University of North Texas School of Public Health, the University of Florida, and Emory University, was to examine the association between Colorados legalization of recreational cannabis use and opioid-related deaths. To do this researchers used an interrupted time-series design 2000-2015 to compare changes in level and slope of monthly opioid-related deaths before and after Colorado stores began selling recreational cannabis. They also describe the percent change in opioid-related deaths by comparing the unadjuste....
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Smell the Truth | October 20, 2017
 Colorados new police dogs are trained to ignore pot


Oscar Pascual
Colorados new breed of police dogs are now being trained to disregard the smell of legal marijuana. The city of Rifles police department has introduced two new drug-sniffing dogs that wont respond when smelling marijuana, reports the Post Independent. The two puppies, known as Jax and Makai, will be trained for Rifles K-9 unit in order to replace current police dogs that are conditioned to sniff out pot. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that dogs trained to search for marijuana wont have legal probable cause when alerting to drugs in general. Dogs that can sni....
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