frequently asked questions
PharmaHemp Laboratories offers cannabinoid profiling of 12 cannabinoids in vast verity of samples.
- CBDV – Cannabidivarin
- CBDA – Cannabidiolic acid
- CBGA – Cannabigerolic acid
- CBG – Cannabigerol
- CBD – Cannabidiol
- THCV – Tetrahydrocannabivarin
- CBN – Cannabinol
- CBC – Cannabichromene
- 9-THC – Δ-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol
- THCA – Δ-9-Tetrahydocannabinolic acid
- 8-THC – Δ-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol
- CBL – Cannabicyclol
We can test ANY type of sample: flowers, leaves, seeds, resin, oils, extracts, isolates, tinctures, water-soluble formulations, drinks and waters, edibles, creams, lotions, balms, gums, honey, etc.
- Plant material: 2 grams
- Concentrates: 0.5 gram
- Infused Products: 1 package
- Waters/Drinks: 30 mL
- Edibles: 15 g
If you’re interested in analyzing your samples, we would kindly invite you to use our new platform for the sample analysis:
https://order.pharma-lab.eu/ where you can register and place an order. After placing the order mark the package with the samples with the order number.
Ensuring sample integrity while in transit is very important. Please submit your samples in reinforced, resealable, labeled containers that are suitable for your product matrix. To prevent breaking or leaking in transit, please reinforce your primary containers properly with bubble wrap or similary.
Our address is: Pharmahemp d.o.o., Cesta v Gorice 8, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The price for analysis of one sample is 85€ + VAT. We are offering the analysis of 11 sample for the price of 10 samples.
Standard turn around time: 3-10 working days after receiving the sample (usally 2-5 working days). Expedited turn around time: 24h if the sample arrives before 1 PM.
You will receive your results via E-Mail.
M.U. is the abbreviation of measurement uncertainty. This parameter describes the statistical dispersion of the values attributed to a measured quantity.
Our methods utilize high performance liquid chromatography. At the moment we are using two different methods, one with detection at 237 nm and another with the detection at 276 nm. Using both methods enables us to be more confident that the reported results are accurate and precise.