7x Compliance & Dosage Verification System Process Flow


The 7X Pure Dosage and Verification system is an assembled set of verified documents pertaining to compliance and dosage claims and the assignment of a lot-code relating to the sum of all seven highly scrutinized parts.


  • Audit Supplier – Identify supplier non conformances in the import and process of raw materials  
  • Review Certificate of Origin – trace and track the origin of the raw material
  • Review Certificate of Analysis – every lot of raw material should have a C of A, this should be reviewed before considering next steps

  • Cannabinoid Summary – Identify the strain in the cannabinoid profile via lab testing. 
  • Total Active Cannabinoids – Identify the active cannabinoids. There are over 66 chemicals unique to the plant. 
  • Terpene test results -  terpene analysis is crucial for differentiating strains of cannabis as terpenes have a major influence on the medical and psychological effects of a plant.

  • Pesticide test – verify the safety of the medicine. A pesticide test can detect trace amounts of chemical pesticides in dried flowers and cannabis concentrates. 
  • Microbiological Test – verify the results regarding the presence and breeding of micro-organisms such as specific pathogens, bacteria, yeast and mold.
  • Residual Solvent Test -  identify the presence of harmful solvents impurities and/or other added odorants and chemicals present in super-concentrated forms.

  • THC Dosage – identify the percentage of THC in the strain. One gram of cannabis equals 1000mg of dry weight with the total THC content of 100mg.
  • CBD Dosage – identify the percentage of CBD.
  • Legal Dosage compliance for oils and edibles – review state requirements and verify dosage conforms to label claims supported by lab testing.

  • Food Safety Audit - verify proper food safety practices at processing facilities. This report data is used to help select suppliers and validate internal policies and procedures.
  • HACCP Plan (Hazard Analysis of Critical Control Points - Storage and distribution of a food product is scientifically analyzed for microbiological, physical and chemical hazards.
  • FDA / Bioterrorism Plan - Verify the manufacturer has registered under the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002

  • Benefit Claims - Structure/function claims may describe the role of a nutrient or dietary ingredient intended to affect the normal structure or function of the human body.
  • Labeling requirements – Verify primary panel and informational panel adhere to state laws such as font size, “cannabis-infused”, manufacturer contact information and website
  • Labeling restrictions – confirm labeling does not contain false origin of cannabis grown, cartoon imagery or product that imitates candy packaging.

  • Sound statistical sampling of finished product to insure accuracy - determine whether to accept or reject a production lot as products leaves the plant, or prior to distribution.
  • Reserve sample  (retains)of each product lot - Hold reserve samples under conditions consistent with product labels or under ordinary storage conditions.
  • Final Certificate of Analysis of finished product - Verify that the product meets its product specification. The final C of A should contain the actual results obtained from testing performed as part of quality control of an individual batch of the product.


If steps 1-7 are verified,
assign lot code.


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