What does it test:
The tCheck reads for the aggregate cannabinoid content and identifies the dominant compound in your sample. The device will not give you a breakdown of all cannabinoids in the material. If your material is THC or CBD dominant - you'll receive a result for either THC or CBD, not both. If you test only raw flower you will get a THCa result (CBV). If the device can't determine a dominant cannabinoid - you will receive a CBV value.
Because most cannabinoid sources are overwhelmingly dominant in one cannabinoid type, with a minimal to an insignificant amount of the others (less than 1%), the other cannabinoids will not be detected due to the strength of the dominant cannabinoid detected by the sensors and the reading will serve as an accurate measure of the dominant cannabinoid.
The test will work for the vast majority of samples. However, there will be some samples that can't be read, such as one-to-one CBD:THC hybrids. There are plans to release an update to support those types of materials in the future, however, we do not have a timeline for when that'll be released.
At this time the bases you can use to test with a tCheck are flower-based infused coconut oil, butter, and alcohol as well as isolate-based butter, coconut oil, olive oil, and alcohol.
*Hemp oil and CBD in butter are not currently supported
Our device CAN test hemp flower, BUT it cannot test homemade or store-bought hemp-infused oils. If you want to test your hemp flower before it turns into oil, our device WILL do that. The device will not test for other cannabinoids like CBN, CBG, terpenes, or pesticides.