Think you’re vaping pure cannabis oil?
Think again.

Is your cannabis oil safe to ingest? California regulations now ensure clean quality products are available for the consumer. As of July 1st, phase II of California testing regulations have gone into effect to protect all of us. Do you believe the label? Of course we do this is what we expect as a consumer. California is leading the industry with some of the most stringent requirements for your cannabis products. How does this impact me?  For the consumer these regulations are comforting to know that what you are buying meets the label specifications you have comfort to know your cannabis oil meets very stringent pesticide and residual solvent testing.  We have seen cannabis oil cartridge manufacturers face scrutiny for the presence of heavy metals and now pesticide levels that are way beyond the specifications, creating shortages and products to be pulled from the shelves.

As the consumer your favorite brand may not be available due to noncompliance. Unfortunately, not everyone plans ahead, all of the manufacturers have known about these requirements for 6 months. The VOOZ vapor delivery system is filled with top quality compliant oil.  PurBlend Science has partnered with Indigo Therapeutics, a premier cannabis oil producer who spent the last year securing a massive supply of pesticide-free and heavy metal free products. This involves testing, testing and more testing to ensure the supply chain is compliant today and well into the future. If you are looking for quality compliant products using pure distillated cannabis oil with 3% terpenes, then look no further. Order your VOOZ today in our shop or at

 At PurBlend Science we are looking beyond today. At the end of this year phase III of testing requirements will be adopted.  Our team is out in front of these requirements and will insure that all our products comply ensuring no disruption in supply.  Below is a summary of the testing requirements.


  • Category I Residual Solvents and Processing Chemicals (pass/fail activity levels not listed)
    • 1,2-Dichloroethane, Benzene, Chloroform, Ethylene oxide, Methylene chloride, Trichloroethylene
  • Category II Residual Pesticides (pass/fail activity levels not listed)
    • Abamectin, Acephate, Acequinocyl, Acetamiprid, Azoxystrobin, Bifenazate, Bifenthrin, Boscalid, Captan, Carbaryl, Chlorantraniliprole, Clofentezine, Cyfluthrin, Cypermethrin, Diazinon, Dimethomorph, Etoxazole, Fenhexamid, Fenpyroximate, Flonicamid, Fludioxonil, Hexythiazox, Imidacloprid, Kresoxim-methyl, Malathion, Metalaxyl, Methomyl, Myclobutanil, Naled, Oxamyl, Pentachloronitrobenzene, Permethrin, Phosmet, Piperonylbutoxide, Prallethrin, Propiconazole, Pyrethrins, Pyridaben, Spinetoram, Spinosad, Spiromesifen, Spirotetramat, Tebuconazole, Thiamethoxam, Trifloxystrobin
  • Terpenoids
    • The laboratory shall analyze a sample of cannabis or cannabis product to determine whether
    • the terpenoid profile of the sample conforms to the labeled content of terpenoids.
    • A sample shall be deemed to have passed the terpenoid testing if the concentration of
    • terpenoids does not exceed the labeled content of total terpenoids, plus or minus 10 percent.
  • Mycotoxins
    • A sample shall be deemed to have passed mycotoxin testing if both the following conditions
    • are met:
      • Total of aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, and G2 does not exceed 20 µg/kg of substance
      • Ochratoxin A does not exceed 20 µg/kg of substance.
  • Heavy Metals (pass/fail activity levels not listed)
    • Cadmium, Lead, Arsenic, and Mercury