What happens at a Marijuana Lab testing facility? Let the founder of PharmLabs, Greg Madoff, show you inside and explain what they test. 

PharmLabs and 420Portal Partner Up

PharmLabs and 420Portal have just partnered up to bring you the latest in mapping and menu services. 420Portal is a new mapping and menu service for dispensaries. 420Portal is FREE for the 1st year!! After that it’s only $4.95 a month. All Pharmlabs clients will receive 15% off of all 420Portal services!!! No more hassling with WeedMaps outrageous prices or not being able to post your lab test results from a non affiliated WeedMaps laboratory!

PharmLabs test results will now be able to be posted to a 420Portal account with a click of a button. Your PharmLabs test results can now be proudly displayed next to all of your menu items!
If you are interested in creating a 420Portal account contact Michael Long (Owner) at 619-846-0892 or email atadmin@420portal.com
Keep an eye out for more information to come soon regarding how to post your test results to 420Portal! 

THE VITAL TREND OF TESTING San Diego Patients Search for Strains that are High in CBD

I have a friend battling cancer that recently moved to San Diego from out of state because of California’s medicinal cannabis laws specifically looking for CBD heavy strains. She explained to me that she does not like the effects of most cannabis she is recommended by the collectives she has come across. She had identified very quickly that CBD rich strains are the best help to her particular condition. 

Many dispensaries in San Diego claim to have CBD heavy strains, when in reality, medical cannabis patients have no choice but to take their cooperative’s recommendations on medication. There are some collectives that list laboratory test levels of their medication, but most collectives do not list the Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinol (CBN) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) levels for their cannabis, let alone test for them.

"You cannot judge a book by its cover," says Greg Magdoff, one of the founders of PharmLabs. "You just never know what you got until you test it."

For medical cannabis patients looking for a CBD rich strain with minimal effects of the THC, Magdoff has a strain recommendation worth taking a look at. “ACDC tested at .62% THC and an amazing 13.44% CBD,” Magdoff explained. “This strain—and many other CBD rich strains—have been helping many of our clients with a wide array of ailments.” 

This information is vitally important to severely ill patients; it can make or break the success of their treatment. Thankfully, with the growing numbers in children’s cannabis treatments, a trend in laboratory testing is on the rise. 

PharmLabs is one of many new facilities that provide the medical cannabis community with analytic services and laboratory testing to ensure patients have access to safe medication. Labs like PharmLabs allow medical cannabis patients to take a closer look at the medication they are acquiring, and help zero in on the specific methods and strains to help treat their own unique medical condition. PharmLabs tests can offer a quantitative analysis of individual samples of medication, measuring the levels of THC, CBD, and CBN by using Gas Chromatography with a Flame Ionization Detector for the separation and quantification of the several common psychoactive compounds typically found in cannabis.

"We are here to serve the medical marijuana community with lab testing and analytic services to ensure patients have access to safe medicine," said Magdoff. "Through laboratory testing, PharmLabs will provide safe medicine for the medical marijuana community and arm patients with the proper information to make an informed decision on the type of medicine they require to best combat their specific medical condition." 


By RJ Villa April 24, 2014 11:42

Non-psychoactive CBD oil

A Colorado marijuana innovation is changing the way lawmakers in even the most conservative parts of the country talk about cannabis and is poised to create a rapid expansion in the number of states that have legalized marijuana in some way.

The invention is a non-psychoactive oil made from marijuana plants that is used to treat children with severe seizure disorders. The oil is rich in a chemical called cannabidiol, or CBD, but is low in THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.

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Read more: Non-psychoactive CBD oil made from marijuana plants poised to be game-changer - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/marijuana/ci_25450052/cbd-marijuana-oil-changing-game#ixzz2zmC56Lcs 

Florida using medical marijuana to influence an election?

"In 2012, both Washington and Colorado saw spikes in youth turnout when marijuana initiatives were on the ballot. This year, Florida could be a critical test case for whether those increases were an anomaly or the start of a trend in advance of the presidential election in 2016, when activists plan to launch legalization campaigns in at least six states, including battleground Nevada."

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