This article was produced in partnership with PSI Labs.


With inconsistent testing and market pressures, the numbers don’t always tell the whole story.

Cannabis legalization means consumers are more informed than ever—at least, theoretically. Most legal-cannabis states have some sort of testing requirement designed to put safe products on the shelves and to give the public some idea and assurance of what they’re buying.

The problem: Too often, cannabis isn’t quite what it says on the label.

If you follow cannabis regulation, you’ve already seen some pretty epic mishaps. California has seen its fair share of recalls—some from inconsistent lab results, but others from flagrant lab result falsification. In Washington State, a…

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