Some fungi produce toxic metabolites called mycotoxins. The fungi that produce these mycotoxins can infect plants during cultivation or be introduced during harvest or processing. Many mycotoxins are carcinogenic, while exposure to others can result in kidney damage and immunosuppressive effects. Therefore, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has imposed strict limitations on the concentrations of mycotoxins allowable in medicinal cannabis.
Pinnacle CT uses industry-leading immunoassay technology to determine mycotoxin concentrations with sensitivity and selectivity. Our analysis ensures compliance with Maryland state regulations by including data for all required mycotoxin tests:
|Aflatoxin B1||Aflatoxin G1||Ochratoxin A|
|Aflatoxin B2||Aflatoxin G2|