Below you will find downloadable links to the Certificate of Analysis for the products we carry. Please call, email, or message us if you need additional support or if you discover any issues with the documents. All products have to adhere to third party testing. All Products are tested for CBD and THC content. In order to stay compliant with legal limits, we ensure that all of our extracts and products have less than 0.3% total THC, which includes D9-THC and THCA. Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) is a non-psychoactive compound that becomes THC during decarboxylation, which happens when the compound is heated up. Even though THCA is not psychoactive in its current state, we know it could become THC if it gets decarboxylated, which is why we ensure that the sum of D9-THC and THCA is less than 0.3%, rather than just the psychoactive D9-THC. Other useful information to note besides potency, may include terpenes, pesticides, residual solvents, mold/fungus/bacteria, heavy metals, mycotoxins (coming soon).

A CBD lab test that only tells you the cannabinoid concentrations won’t be good enough. Some toxin screens aren’t necessary for certain kinds of CBD products, but every hemp lab report should indicate that at least a few categories of contaminants were tested. Failing to include information on terpene concentrations can also be a sign that a CBD lab isn’t as rigorous as it should be. Lack of rigor when testing for terpene or trace cannabinoid concentrations isn’t that much of a red flag by itself, but it’s possible that the same irresponsibility could apply to more critical testing criteria like the presence of agricultural toxins.

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