Thank you…your information was very helpful. So I have some work ahead of me.
I found some information on the High Times website.
"The TLC Lab Supply CTK Test Kit #1 is available for $160 and will test up to 25 samples. The Cannalyse 20/25 will also test up to 25 samples and costs about $150.
I only tested flower for my experiment, but all the products I tried can also be used for concentrates. The TLC options are appropriate for edibles, as well. CB Scientific offers a separate test for edibles at $40 for three tests.
After running the tests and comparing the experiments, I concluded that, with a little practice, home testing for cannabinoids can be done with a fair degree of accuracy.
However, potency testing is only one service offered by professional laboratories. Contamination from pesticides, molds, bacteria and other foreign substances can be a serious concern. Patients with sensitivities or compromised immune systems might consider insisting on products that have passed contaminant tests as well.
But if all you’re looking for is data on potency to fine tune your garden or titrate your dose, home testing can be a viable and economical option."