Cannabis Testing Rules & Regs – Agriscience Labs

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Ensuring you are consuming clean cannabis is an important factor to consider when utilizing cannabis for health and wellness as well as medicinal purposes. We brought Frank Traylor, CEO of Agriscience Labs, the oldest ISO-accredited cannabis testing lab in the nation on our show to discuss cannabis testing rules and regulations. Frank discusses the new heavy metal testing requirements in Colorado which now require testing to determine if there are traces of arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury in the product. Traylor also provides insight into testing requirements that may be in the pipeline for hemp. We dive into the details around how a cannabis product gets tested and approved to be sold at a licensed dispensary.

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Frank Traylor

Cannabis testing regulations Frank Traylor agriscience labs Frank co-founded Terra Health Care Labs and Agriscience Labs, and he led the acquisition of CMT Laboratories. He has served in executive management and board roles for over two decades, performing turn-around, growth, and both buy and sell side transactions.

Frank was CEO and Chairman at VisionTEK, a mobile software company selling to the public sector. Prior to VisionTEK, he was CEO and Chairman of Lifeloc, and he also served as a director of two non-profits and the independent director for TruTouch Technologies.

Frank has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Denver.