The list of accredited labs that can test cannabis is constantly changing, but for the most part, the highest-performing labs are those that are able to meet federal standards.

The only way to be sure is to go by the labs that have the most experience testing cannabis for THC and CBD.

But the process of going through an accredited lab can be complicated and time-consuming, which is why cannabis industry experts are encouraging you to take the time to research your own options.

Here are a few key things to keep in mind when choosing the right lab for you: ​How to choose the right cannabis testing lab ​The first step is choosing the best lab for your needs.

For many of the same reasons that people choose a doctor, you want to make sure that your lab can handle the strain and strain profiles of your cannabis.

For example, some labs have specific strains that they specialize in, whereas others may test for more general strains such as indica, sativa, or hybrid strains.

Some labs may also test for cannabis in liquid form, whereas other labs can only test for THC or CBD.

You can find out more about cannabis testing labs here.​If you need to use more than one lab for cannabis testing, it’s always best to find a lab that will test both cannabinoids and terpenoids, which are the main components of cannabis.

A high THC strain can be tested for in one lab and the terpenes in the other.

However, a strain can also be tested both for THC in the strain that you are testing and CBD in a non-THC strain.

For instance, you can use the same strain that is tested in both labs to test for CBD in the non-cannabis strain.​​If testing for a particular strain is not an option, you may want to check out other cannabis testing laboratories around the world.

Here’s a look at the top cannabis testing facilities in Europe: ​For more information on the cannabis testing industry, please check out the CBC Cannabis section of the Health Canada website.