Oregon Cannabis, CBD & Hemp Testing Lab

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State Regulatory News:

Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ORELAP) accredits qualified laboratories like Kaycha Labs for testing under ORS 475B.550 to 475B.590.

Oregon rules and statutes for cannabis regulations can be found here.

This nearly 3,000 square foot Cannabis, CBD and Hemp testing lab is equipped with the latest and most precise instruments and software. Kaycha Labs is an accredited testing laboratory permitted to perform tests in compliance with Oregon's Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program’s (ORELAP) laws and regulations. This lab provides 48-hour turnaround testing services, the industry’s smartest Certificates of Analysis (CoA) with convenient and free pick-up services. Our courier fleet is located throughout the state, equipped with video and GPS tracking security systems and refrigeration.


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Lab Testing Services Available:

With standards and protocols that meet or exceed state and federal requirements, our deeply experienced scientific team are able to meet our Massachusetts clients’ specific needs and adapt to market demands. Testing services that are currently available at this lab include:

  • Heavy Metals
  • Microbiology
  • Moisture
  • Mycotoxins
  • Pesticides
  • Potency
  • Residual Solvents
  • Terpenes
  • Water Activity

Need a specific test developed for your products or the smartest Certificate of Analysis for your product? Contact us and let’s talk about it.



540 E Vilas Rd, Suite F, Central Point, OR 97502

Monday-Friday 9AM – 5PM PST

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