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Discover what’s inside your cannabis. Stop guessing, start GemmaCerting.
Stop guessing, start GemmaCerting.
First 3 months testing is free.
Unlimited testing after the first 3 months for just US$ 59/month. (€ 50/month)
GemmaCert has developed an innovative solution that analyzes cannabis and provides reliable composition and potency readings, without harming the flowers or altering their efficacy and commercial value.
Growers, dispensaries, labs and home users can use our device to test an unlimited amount of flowers, which spares them the time and costs involved in batch sampling and lab testing.
Our one-of-its-kind device combines 3 technologies: spectrometry, image analysis and data analytics, to provide a real-time, reliable solution for measuring cannabis composition and potency. Results are delivered directly to a proprietary secure app on your smartphone.
The GemmaCert proprietary patent-pending device collects spectral data from cannabis specimens, and is CE, RoHS and UL-certified. The data is analyzed on the GemmaCert secure cloud server, and, in less than a minute, reliable composition and potency readings are transmitted to the user’s smartphone. The analysis is enabled through a combination of several different technologies, including image analysis, data analytics, and spectrometry− an FDA-endorsed technology.
The diversity and complexity of the cannabis plant make it very difficult to measure potency levels and chemical composition. There are nearly 800 different known cannabis strains worldwide, and no two cannabis flowers are identical. In addition, the plant’s composition is complex, and could contain over 400 chemical compounds of which more than 60 are cannabinoids, some with opposing effects. The largest concentrations of THC and CBD are located in the trichomes which are tiny crystals on the bud’s surface.
Traditionally, in order to detect potency levels, sample flowers are tested, and the results are applied for characterizing an entire batch of flowers. This is a time-consuming, costly method that destroys the flower in the process. Moreover, it is ineffective due to the heterogeneous nature of the cannabis flowers, and consequently, cannabis products are sold on the market with labels that contain misleading information.
Inaccurate labelling poses a problem for users, particularly for patients and their doctors, who− in order to ensure consistent treatment−need to track the optimal composition and potency for specific health conditions.
GemmaCert has taken the ‘silver bullet’ approach that cuts through this complexity, and offers an immediate, effective solution. Our easy-to-operate device enables you to screen large amounts of the product in a minimal amount of time without destroying the flowers.