People who are consuming cannabis products for any reason must be careful when searching for a quality pharmacy that provides safe and legal sources of cannabis products. No matter what types of products they’re seeking—dried, oil, extract, butter, etc.—these products should have been produced through GMP—Good Manufacturing Practices. One of the best ways to determine if a cannabis product follows safety compliance for consumption is through a CoA, or Certificate of Analysis.
An SOP or Standard Operating Procedure is something that all types of organizations, manufacturers, and laboratories can benefit from in the cannabis industry. For a cannabis manufacturer, SOPs can help in achieving Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliance. If your facility hasn’t created standard operating procedures yet, or they’re only at the basic level, you’ll benefit from learning how to write them.
In the past, there was little control over the quality or safety of cannabis when purchasing on the street. Now that legalized sellers are offering it from their pharmacies, consumers want to be assured that they are only purchasing products from manufacturers that are conforming to safety requirements and regulations.