Posted by TLC Lab Supply on Jun-09-23 with 0 Comments
Are you able to figure out how much THC is in your cannabis strain? Well, unless you test the samples, determining the THC percent in cannabis is tough. You may read the “Total THC” content on the label of cannabis products purchased from a recognized medicinal dispensary.
Due to the lack of an official industry standard for measuring THC in Cannabis, different manufacturers utilize different testing processes and calculate THC percentages in different ways.
There is various over-the-counter THC test kit available nowadays. They’re the most popular and well-reviewed, but they each analyze THC potency in a different method and have their own set of features.
Marijuana’s chemical makeup for medical application must be thoroughly investigated. The cannabinoid profile of cannabis is similar to a fingerprint, consisting of over 70 components, the optimal dosing of which can have an impact on a patient’s treatment.
THC is an antioxidant as well as a significant component in the euphoric effects of cannabis. THC appears to have anti-inflammatory effects and aids in the relief of neuropathic pain.
Accurate THC testing requires many considerations.
THC is evaluated as a proportion of the product’s total weight. Hence moisture content matters when testing for potency in cannabis flowers.
As a result, if the sample is dried out, it will weigh less than if it is moist. Although both samples may have the same quantity of THC, the test will reveal that dry cannabis is more potent in terms of percentage.
It will display visible colour indicators for THC, THCV, CBG, CBNV, CBD, and other compounds. Our test kit can provide a balanced product that allows farmers and producers to identify their products during the manufacturing process. The cannabinoids in our hemp testing kit may be easily separated and identified on specially coated TLC plates. Consider visiting our website and reading our site to learn more about our Test Kits.