Because samples should reflect the total batch/lot, standard sampling methods must be applied with consistency.
Health Canada has not yet published any sampling instructions or recommendations. Suitable protocols for sample collection can be found here for plant matter and flower and here for concentrates and edibles.
Place the sample inside an appropriate specimen container, i.e. clean Falcon tube (50mL) or a sterile static shielding bag’ e.g., Whirpak®. Place the first container into secondary container i.e. padded bag for extra protection.
Use a permanent marker or printed label to identify the sample(s) ensuring the sample information is clearly legible on each container.
Label each sample individually.
Complete the information on the Sample Submission Form and include:
Once the sample(s) have been collected and all of the information for your sample package has been created, submit the completed form and a copy of your
Health Canada Licence (if applicable) along with your sample to our laboratory.
Please refer to Canada Post’s instructions on shipping methods and how to prepare the package for shipping.
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All testing will be processed within max. 5 business days from the date we receive your sample and a formal, signed Certificate of Analysis will be sent to you upon completion, via email. We archive all Salvation BioScience Client results.
Your test results are reviewed by our qualified personnel.
Our turn-around times are some of the quickest in the industry.
At Salvation BioScience, we recognize that on-time completion of projects is critical to your business. Our fulfillment practices are simple – Every single customer is of utmost priority to us.
After-sales technical support is available to our clients. Send your questions directly to our Customer Service Centre or submit your inquiries online here.
Please note that remaining test materials will be destroyed and not be returned to clients.