Keeping contaminants

19th October, 2015 by

By Greg Ellison

It’s still optional to test Colorado’s medical marijuana for harmful substances, but that is set to change next year. Depending on their condition, medical marijuana consumers are more likely to have a reduced immune system, making them even more sensitive to contaminants.On Sept. 16, Colorado Senate Bill 15-260, addressing medical marijuana product testing, was signed into law. The bill will require that medical marijuana and medical marijuana-infused products be tested for potency and purity. To achieve that end, testing facilities will be certified specifically for medicinal cannabis. Tommy Moore, communications specialist for the Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement And Taxation …

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