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Terpenes and Testing Magazine
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The Cannabis industry's only magazine for Extraction and Testing Lab Professionals
The Cannabis industry's only magazine for Extraction and Testing Lab Professionals

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Who's up for a #wakeandbake? A new trend is infused coffee and our rockstar writer David breaks it all down for ya!

Cannabis, Coffee, and CBD: A Match Made in Heaven - Terpenes and Testing Magazine http://ow.ly/kmPj308Wd5X

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A bay area news station went out and purchased cannabis from five different dispensaries, and even made a deal on the black market, then sent samples to Steep Hill. Guess which sample got the worst grade?

Bay Area Medicinal Marijuana Tests Positive For Toxic Fungicide « CBS San Francisco http://ow.ly/sc8n308MoM4
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National Cannabis Industry Association is such an awesome event. If we haven't met you, please don't forget to stop by booth #311 and say high! :) #terpenesandtestingmagazine
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Emerald Scientific has released the results of their fall 2016 Emerald Test and saw significant improvement from their spring 2016 test, even after adding pesticide testing. They will be discussing the results at their 3rd Annual Emerald Conference Feb. 2-3 in San Diego, CA. See you there!
Analyzing The Emerald Test Results: Cannabis Labs Making Progress | Cannabis Industry Journal http://ow.ly/D51i100ywMD

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"There’s a hot new cannabis concentrate popping up on retail shelves. It’s potent, pricey and definitely not for cannabis neophytes. It’s called THC-A Crystalline and it has been tested at 99.9 percent psychoactive THC. Did I say it’s not for the beginner?
Crystalline began showing up at southern California shops last year, but started to really take off this summer. California medical dispensaries have had trouble keeping the product in stock. But what, exactly, is it?"
THC-A Crystalline: This Hash Is 99.9 Percent THC | The Fresh Toast http://ow.ly/d2pZ305ICn6

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"State health officials have issued a health alert about marijuana products that may have been tainted with high levels of a pesticide and sold to about 130 people southwest of Portland.
The Oregon Health Authority said Friday the alert concerns dried flower marijuana sold by a medical marijuana dispensary called New Leaf in McMinnville.
The strain names are Dr. Jack, batch number G6J0051-02, and Marion Berry, batch number G6J0051-01.
The products were sold to customers between Oct. 17 and Oct. 19 and came from batches that failed a pesticide test, containing high levels of a chemical known as spinosad."
Stash-checking time: Officials in Oregon town issue health alert for pesticide-tainted pot | The Cannabist http://ow.ly/fhWO305urxU

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The fact that this article is from Business Insider should show how #cannabis is going #mainstream. But seriously, they offer some great advice on various #cannabisvaporizers.
The best marijuana vaporizer for every type of person | Business Insider http://ow.ly/4Qza305omUP

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"Unlike Shatter or Glass, Budder is more whipped and flavorful, but at the same time less potent, only containing ~ 70% THC. Shatter is usually put through a second extraction process that removes fats, lipids, as well as Terpenes...
Sometimes, users can be confused with Wax and Budder, since they are so similar in appearance. A more runny and creamy substance usually means it’s Budder, whereas Wax tends to be a bit more crystalline and harder.
At the end of the day, the biggest difference between Wax and Budder is the THC levels. Wax will have THC levels in the mid-60s to mid-70s. However in Budder, THC levels can get as high as the low-80s."
Marijuana Concentrates: What is Budder? What is Wax? | The High Economist http://ow.ly/MVhZ305o9Ko
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