Residual Solvent Analysis (RSA) is important in today’s Cannabis Industry for several reasons. As more clients and consumers are interested in concentrated forms of cannabis, the need for RSA increases exponentially. Unfortunately, if there is an easy production method for cannabis concentrates, it usually involves some form of harmful chemical or solvent. And when bad players see the amount of money consumers are going to spend on concentrated products, they go out of their way to use the cheapest and easiest methods of production to make a quick buck. 9 times out of 10, you will not know about the solvents and chemicals left in the product you’re consuming unless it has been analyzed for chemical residuals.
We test using a Agilent 6890 With FID and Headspace