The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) is in receipt of medical marijuana final product from Louisiana State University’s (LSU’s) sub-contractor GB Sciences of Louisiana, LLC (LSU-GBSL).
If you read about it you will know that random sample of the final product was selected by LDAF Monday from LSU-GBSL. LDAF Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M., said, “Once testing is completed and the product passes for homogeneity, potency and is deemed free of contaminants, it will be ready for distribution.”
Test results of the final product conducted by LDAF’s laboratory should be completed within seven business days. If there are issues with the sample, the testing process could be extended. To know more about it, you should find a trusted medical cannabis doctor.
Southern University, the other licensed grower, and its sub-contractor, Advanced Biomedics, LLC d/b/a Ilera Hollistic Healthcare, received authority to begin growing medical marijuana on July 22, 2019. Standard operating procedures have been approved and a Phase 1 facility is ready to begin the process of planting seeds.
For additional updates, go to www.ldaf.la.gov and click on the medical marijuana link.