DigiPath Labs

DigiPath Labs DigiPath Labs is setting the industry standard for testing all cannabis based products using FDA-compliant laboratory equipment & proprietary SOPs.
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Under the vision and leadership of CEO, Todd Denkin and with the direction of its Chief Science Officer Dr. Cindy Orser, DigiPath Labs (DIGP) has developed industry-leading standards for cannabis testing services. Digipath Labs model uses state-of-the-art lab equipment, which allows cannabis growers and product makers to ensure their products are free from unsafe levels of potentially harmful contaminants. The lab also quantifies the active ingredients, so that patients and caregivers can administer dosages with precision.

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Avoid Vitamin E Acetate & Other Cutting Agents

Vitamin E acetate — simply the oil form of the vitamin, which is naturally found in foods such as olive oil, canola oil and almonds — is widely available as a nutritional supplement, and is especially used in topical skin treatments. It is not known to cause harm when ingested or vaped.

As the Mayo Clinic notes, vitamin E has antioxidant properties that protect cells against the harmful effects of free radicals. As a nutrient, it’s important to vision, reproduction and the health of your blood, brain and skin.

But, as a Washington Post account states, “its molecular structure could make it hazardous when inhaled.” And it is apparently among the substances being added to cannabis distillate in illicit-market dab carts to help make the extracts form a vapor.

Mitch Zeller, director for the Center for Tobacco Products at the FDA, told the New York Times, “If you’re thinking of purchasing one of these products off the street, out of the back of a car, out of a trunk, in an alley, or if you’re going to then go home and make modifications to the product yourself using something that you purchased from some third party or got from a friend, think twice.”

Jim Makoso, vice president of Lucid Lab Group, a cannabis extraction company based in Seattle, had similar cautions.

“At the moment, we do not know exactly what products and what compounds in those products have led to these extreme cases,” Makoso told Cannabis Now. “In the two cases linked to vape products containing THC, the Minnesota case investigation revealed that the vape product was purchased from the illicit market. In the California case, officials did not specify the origin of the vape product involved. Consequently, definitive information as to what may be the root cause of the recent increase in pulmonary illnesses related to vaping is speculative at best.”

Check the Testing Label for Additives on Legal Cannabis Vaporizers

While most of the people sickened by the use of cannabis vaporizers and e-cigarettes appear to have purchased those items on the illicit market, where counterfeit vapes of legal brands have recently been proliferating, it is still possible that some legal cannabis vapes could contain vitamin E acetate or other dangerous additives.

In Oregon, where the individual appears to have died after vaping a legally purchased product, the state has not banned vitamin E acetate, according to Leafly, which broke the vaping story and continues to follow the news.

In California, the state requires products to pass laboratory testing for a wide range of dangerous substances, including pesticides, mold, heavy metals and residual solvents from the extraction process. However, a review of the state’s testing requirements shows that the state has not yet banned vitamin E acetate or other common additives.

In order to avoid additives, look at testing labels in state-licensed dispensaries to make sure the vape you’re buying doesn’t contain anything other than cannabis plant matter.

Make Sure Your Battery Is Functioning Properly

The science is still preliminary on this front, but one 2017 study from Portland State University found that cannabis concentrates heated to above 750 degrees Fahrenheit produced the carcinogen benzene as the terpenes degraded.

In order to protect against overly hot cannabis vapor, it’s best to use vaporizers with properly functioning batteries that don’t heat up to extreme temperatures. Some vapes come with electronic monitors that let you know what temperature the device is operating at, which can give an added peace of mind.

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6450 Cameron St, # 113
Las Vegas, NV
89118

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(702) 209-2429

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Under the vision and leadership of President & CEO Todd Denkin and with the direction of its Chief Science Officer Dr. Cindy Orser, DigiPath Labs (DIGP) has developed industry-leading standards for cannabis testing services. Digipath Labs model uses state-of-the-art lab equipment, which allows cannabis growers and product makers to ensure their products are free from unsafe levels of potentially harmful contaminants. The lab also quantifies the active ingredients, so that patients and caregivers can administer dosages with precision.

Visit our website to see our capabilities at https://digipathlabs.com

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Nevermind it looks like trading has resumed, perhaps it was a glitch on TD Ameritrades part?
Hello, I am a shareholder of Digipath Labs, and I was just wondering why the stock seems to have stopped trading on the 25th?
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I am speaking on this at the Cannabis Science Conference in Portland next week. Thought you may be interested:
You have very strong competition.
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