If a sample has been sent for follow-up testing, you can use the Unique ID code that you were given to find out the results here.

Call the New Zealand Drug Foundation if you want to anonymously talk through these results on (04) 801 6303. This page currently only has the results of follow-up testing at drug checking clinics run by the NZ Drug Foundation and the NZ Needle Exchange Programme.

 
There may be some delays with testing samples, so follow-up testing results may take a while to appear. Please check back if you can't find your sample on this page. Thanks for your patience.

Samples brought in during September 2022

Substance presumed to be: Unknown clear gel in a small bag

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022

Substances detected in the sample:  Gamma-butyrolactone (GBL)

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using GBL.

 

Substance presumed to be: Unknown sticky crystal in a bag with a A on it.

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Methamphetamine

Substance presumed to be: Unknown sticky crystal in a bag with a B on it.

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Methamphetamine

Substance presumed to be: Unknown sticky crystal in a bag with a C on it.

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Methamphetamine

Substance presumed to be: Unknown clear liquid in a small glass bottle.

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Tinctura Veratri (hellebore) with presence of copper sulfate.

Substance presumed to be: Unknown, sticky white powder

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Cocaine

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Cocaine.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: DMT or other tryptamine

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: 4-AcO-DPT (main substance). Potentially contains a small amount of N,N-dimethyltryptamine as well.

 Click here for more information on how to be safer.

Substance presumed to be: 2C-E

Date brought in for testing: 8th September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: 2C-B

 Click here for more information on how to be safer.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 1 September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as a pink powder 

Date brought in for testing: 15 September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 15 September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA, Fluoxymesterone and Parexyl 

Parexyl is a non-psychoactive binder commonly found in MDMA. Fluoxymesterone is an anabolic steroid, which may cause unexpected effects when taken with MDMA.

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Note: this sample may be sent for further testing.

Substance presumed to be: Adulterated cannabis 

Date brought in for testing: 9th September 2022 

Substances detected in the sample:  Cannabis 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Cannabis. 

 

Samples brought in during August 2022

Substance presumed to be: A benzodiazepine

Date brought in for testing: 4 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Inconclusive

NB: this sample has been sent for further testing and those results will be added here.

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Benzodiazepines.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 4 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA with a non-psychoactive filler

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 4 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA with a non-psychoactive filler

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 4 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA with a non-psychoactive filler

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 11 August 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA

Fentanyl test strip results: fentanyl not detected 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA. 

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as a brown crystal

Date brought in for testing: 20 August, 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 30 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA with no filler

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 30 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA with no filler

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: Cocaine 

Date brought in for testing: 4 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Cocaine and creatine

Creatine is a common filler in cocaine; it is a supplement often used in body building and is not psychoactive. Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Cocaine.

Substance presumed to be: MDMA

Date brought in for testing: 20 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Dimethyl sulfone 

Dimethyl sulfone is a common non-psychoactive filler in drugs, sometimes used as a dietary supplement. There were no psychoactive substances found in this sample. 

Date brought in for testing: 4th August 2022 

Roughly 100% of the resin sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 100% THC 
  • Less than 0.01% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. The sample size provided was also too small. which may have affected these results. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 77% of the FECO  sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 4% THC
  • 65% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 90% of the FECO sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 3% THC
  • 67% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 58% of the DECO sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 49% THC
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 5% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 5% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 1% of the cannabis butter sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 0.5% THC
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 1% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 1% THC
  • Less than 0.01% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 1% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • Less than 0.5% THC
  • 0.6% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Roughly 1% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 0.6% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Substance presumed to be: Benzodiazepine as a yellow tablet 

Date brought in for testing: 20th August 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Diazepam 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using Benzodiazepines

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as an off-white/brown powder 

Date brought in for testing: 4 August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA and dimethyl sulfone 

Dimethyl sulfone is a common non-psychoactive filler in drugs, sometimes used as a dietary supplement. Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Substance presumed to be: Cocaine as a white powder 

Date brought in for testing: 4th August 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Methylphenidate (sometimes called Ritalin) 

Methylphenidate is a prescription stimulant used to treat conditions such as ADHD. Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Prescription Stimulants. 

Substance presumed to be: Benzodiazepine as white tablet 

Date brought in for testing: 4th August 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Melatonin and pyridoxine. 

Melatonin is a natural sleep aid. Pyridoxine is a form of vitamin B. Both substances are classed as medicines in New Zealand, and do not have psychoactive effects. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using Benzodiazepines

Samples brought in during July 2022

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine 

Date brought in for testing: 11 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine

NB: this sample has been sent for further testing.

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Methamphetamine

Substance presumed to be: Cocaine 

Date brought in for testing: 14 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Cocaine 

Fentanyl test strip results: fentanyl not detected 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Cocaine.

Substance presumed to be: Cocaine 

Date brought in for testing: 14 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Cocaine and creatine 

Fentanyl test strip results: fentanyl not detected

Creatine is a common filler in cocaine; it is a supplement often used in body building and is not psychoactive. Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Cocaine.

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine 

Date brought in for testing: 7 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Methamphetamine

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as a white powder 

Date brought in for testing: 11 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 17% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 14% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 26% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 23% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 21% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 20% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 21% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 18% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 28% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 26% THC
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 18.5% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 15% THC
  • Less than 0.01% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 24% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This included:

  • 20% THC
  • Less than 0.01% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 10% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This included: 

  • 2% THC
  • 6% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Substance presumed to be: GHB or GBL as a colorless liquid 

Date brought in for testing: 20th July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Acid* 

*this sample was too acidic to be tested further. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using GHB/GBL. 

Substance presumed to be: Morphine as a blue pill 

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Morphine 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using Prescription Opioids, including morphine. 

Substance presumed to be: Diazepam as a blue tablet 

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Bromazolam 

Bromazolam is a novel benzodiazepine commonly found in counterfeit pills in New Zealand. Click here for information about how to be safer when using Benzodiazepines. 

Substance presumed to be: Mescaline 

Date brought in for testing: 14 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: No psychoactive substances detected* 

*testing was unable to identify any common psychoactive substances in this sample 

 

Substance presumed to be: A benzodiazepine as a white pill 

Date brought in for testing: 14 July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Diazepam 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using benzodiazepines, including diazepam. 

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as a pressed pill 

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA and caffeine 

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA. 

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as crystal 

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA, MDP2P methyl glycidate and non-psychoactive filler. 

MDP2P methyl glycidate is reported as a precursor for amphetamine substances, there is little information about its effects on the body.

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using MDMA. 

Date brought in for testing: 14th July 2022 

Roughly 18% of the plant matter sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • 1% THC 
  • 15% CBD 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. The sample size provided was also too small. which may have affected these results. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Samples brought in during June 2022

Substance presumed to be: Unknown off-white powder 

Date brought in for testing: 16 June 2022

Substances detected in the sample: No psychoactive substances were detected. Zinc sulphate was the closest match.

Substance presumed to be: 1cP-LSD

Date brought in for testing: 16 June 2022

Substances detected in the sample:  Gamma-butyrolactone (GBL), Cocaine and 1cP-LSD

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using LSD, GBL and Cocaine.

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as white powder

Date brought in for testing: 16th June 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as white crystals

Date brought in for testing: 16th June 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: Deoxymethoxetamine

Date brought in for testing: 16 June 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Deoxymethoxetamine

Substance presumed to be: Gamma-butyrolactone (GBL) as pink liquid

Date brought in for testing: 16 June 2022

Substances detected in the sample:  Gamma-butyrolactone (GBL)

Click here for more information on how to be safer when using GBL.

 

Samples brought in during May 2022

Substance presumed to be: Novel opioid as liquid 

Date brought in for testing: 10th May, 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Propylene glycol, benzyl alcohol, unknown substance (possible part of a bezitramide molecule)

Click here for information about how to be safer when using opioids.  

Date brought in for testing: 10th May 2022 

 Roughly 0.1% of the edible (fudge) sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • Less than 0.5% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 10th May 2022 

 Roughly 6% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • Less than 5% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Substance presumed to be: GHB as clear liquid 

Date brought in for testing: 13th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: GBL and water 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using GBL

Substance presumed to be: 1,4 BD as yellow liquid 

Date brought in for testing: 13th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: GBL and water 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using GBL

Substance presumed to be: GHB as clear liquid 

Date brought in for testing: 13th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: GBL and NMP (n-methylpyrrolidone) 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using GBL

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as white powder

Date brought in for testing: 14th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as transparent/white crystal

Date brought in for testing: 17th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as white/transparent crystal 

Date brought in for testing: 17th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: Methamphetamine as white/transparent crystal 

Date brought in for testing: 17th May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Methamphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using methamphetamine. 

Substance presumed to be: unknown pressed pill

Date brought in for testing: 26th May, 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Caffeine and phenethylamine 

Phenethylamine is a stimulant that can share some of the same effects as MDMA, in higher doses. However these are short lived and can also have many unpleasant effects at these dose levels. You can read more about phenethylamine on PsychonautWiki

 

Substance presumed to be: MDMA and mephedrone as a white powder 

Date brought in for testing: 26th of May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA

Click here for information about how to be safer when using MDMA. 

Substance presumed to be: Synthetic cathinone (unspecified) as a white powder 

Date brought in for testing: 26th of May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: Caffeine, amphetamine 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using amphetamines/stimulants. 

Substance presumed to be: GHB analogue 

Date brought in for testing: 26th of May 2022 

Substances detected in the sample: fumaric acid 

Fumaric acid is sometimes used as a food additive, but can also cause irritation to the eyes, nose, skin and lungs from prolonged exposure. It is not a psychoactive substance, meaning it won't make you feel 'high'. Click here for information about how to be safer when using GHB/GBL. 

 

Samples brought in during April 2022

Substance presumed to be: MDMA as a brown/orange pressed pill 

Date brought in for testing: 2nd April 2022

Substances detected in the sample: MDMA 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using MDMA

Substance presumed to be: Ketamine as a white powder

Date brought in for testing: 14th April 2022

Substances detected in the sample: Ketamine

Click here for information about how to be safer when using ketamine.

Date brought in for testing: 14th April 2022 

Roughly 30% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 26% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 0.6% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th April, 2022 

Roughly 21% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately: 

  • Less than 1% THC 
  • 17% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th April 2022 

Roughly 2% of the topical balm sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 1% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • 0.3% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 14th April 2022 

There was an insufficient amount of this sample to run a complete test.

Preliminary results showed Roughly 56% of the resin sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 44% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th of April 2022

Roughly 30% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made up of approximately:

  • 24% THC
  • Less than 0.5% CBD
  • 2% CBG

Note that this was from one test of the sample provided and there is likely to be variation within the material.

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April, 2022 

Roughly 17% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 14% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 0.6% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 26% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 12% THC 
  • 11% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 16% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 13% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 27% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 21% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 24% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 19% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 30% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 24% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 2% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

Roughly 7% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 6.41% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 7% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 2% THC 
  • 5% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 1.5% of the balm sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 1% THC 
  • Less than 0.5% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 24% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 20% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

Click here for information about how to be safer when using cannabis products.

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 36% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 30% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 2% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

There was an insufficient amount of the sample provided to complete the test. 

Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 18% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 15% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 16% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 13% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 20% of the plant material sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • 16% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • 1% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 0.4% of the edible (butter) sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • Less than 0.5% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • Less than 0.05% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 0.10% of the edible (fudge) sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • Less than 0.5% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • Less than 0.05% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Date brought in for testing: 30th April 2022 

 Roughly 2.5% of the oil sample was cannabinoids. This was made of up approximately:

  • Less than 2% THC 
  • Less than 0.05% CBD 
  • Less than 0.5% CBG 

Note that this was from one test on the sample provided and there is likely to be some variation within the material. 

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Please note that some samples are still currently being tested.