If you are not yet registered with Anandia please visit our registration page or contact info@anandia.ca.

Registered clients please download the latest version of the Chain of Custody (COC) form* (Updated November 19th 2018) and follow the samples submission process below:

1. Send completed COC form to samples@anandia.ca for approval to ship your sample(s).

2. Once your COC has been approved, place COC in package with sample(s) and ship to:

Anandia Labs – Testing Division
322-2259 Lower Mall
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z4

3. Once the package has been received an email will be sent indicating we have received the sample(s), along with a date that your results are expected.

* Note that the COC document is an editable PDF form and requires Adobe Reader


Required Sample Amounts. The following lists the amounts typically required for each test performed by Anandia:

  • Package Testing: 60 g (flower) or 60 mL (oil)
  • Potency: 10g (flower) or 5mL (oil)
  • Cannabinoid Profiling: 10g (flower) or 5mL (oil)
  • Heavy Metal or Total Metal: 3g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
  • Aflatoxin Analysis: 3g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
  • Ochratoxin Analysis: 3g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
  • Loss on Drying: 3g (flower)
  • Terpene Profiling: 10g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
  • Residual Solvents: 1mL (oil)
  • Pesticide Analysis (51 Analytes): 3g (flower) or 2mL (oil)
  • Microbiology (all required tests): 40g (flower) or 40mL (oil)
    • TAMC: 10g (flower) or 10mL (oil)
    • TYMC: 10g (flower) or 10mL (oil)
    • BTGN: 1g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
    • E. coli: 1g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
    • Salmonella: 25g (flower) or 25mL (oil)
    • S. aureus: 1g (flower) or 1mL (oil)
    • P. aeruginosa: 1g (flower) or 1mL (oil)

Emerald Badges

The Emerald Test™ is an Inter-Laboratory Comparison and Proficiency Test (ILC/PT) program for cannabis testing labs. Proficiency test samples are manufactured by an ISO 17043 accredited PT provider. Results are submitted through an electronic data portal and data analysis is provided by the sample manufacturer with software designed to meet the requirements of ISO 13528:2015.