CBD Gummies and Oil Capsules
Strawberry Lemonade Gummy Lab Results
Green Apple Gummy Lab Results
25mg CBD Gummy Lab Results
25mg CBD Softgel Capsules Lab Results
25mg CBD + Melatonin Lab Results
25mg CBD + Curcumin Lab Results
CBD Oil Tinctures
300mg Tinctures (All Blends) Lab Results
1500mg Tincture (All Blends) Lab Results
3000mg Tincture (All Blends) Lab Results
CBG Oil Tinctures
Active Relief Gel Lab Results
500mg CBD Cooling Rub Lab Results
250mg CBD Salve Stick Lab Results
Pre-Filled Cartridges (All Strains) Lab Report
Disposable Vape Pen (all flavors) Lab Report
500mg CBD E-Juices Lab Report
CBD Kief Lab Report
CBG Kief Lab Report
High CBD Hemp Flower
Sour Space Candy Lab Report
Super Lemon Haze Lab Report
Chardonnay Lab Report
Suver Haze Lab Report
Blueberry Diesel Lab Report
Grape Ape Lab Report
Strawberry Gelato Lab Report
Hempress Lab Report
Lifter Lab Report
Sour Lifter Lab Report
Super Sour Space Candy Lab Report
Harlequin Lab Report
NY CBDiesel Lab Report
Goliath Lab Report
Cherry Pie Lab Report
Bubba Kush Lab Report
Purple Hawaiian Haze Lab Report
Legendary OG Lab Report
Purple Frost Lab Report
Remedy Lab Report
Otto Cherry With Terpenes Lab Report
(Includes Ancient Lime, Cookies, Critical Kush, OG Kush, & Zkittlez)
GRAV CBD Hemp Flower Lab Report
High CBG Hemp Flower
Biscotti Lab Report
White Fire Lab Report
Sour G Lab Report
Wedding Cake Lab Report
White Dragon Lab Report
Cinderella Lab Report
We use reputable third-party labs and rigorously test our hemp flower, cannabis extractions and infusions so that only the most effective, best CBD products are sold to you.
How To Read The Reports
Cannabis lab reports can be a bit over whelming, so we put together a guide on how to read COAs.
The first thing listed is the Certificate of Quality Assurance. This shows exactly what is and isn't in the product. The Certificate of Quality Assurance has product information such as the active and inactive ingredients, lot number, and the manufacturing date. Underneath that, is the analysis of bulk oil and the CBD content, terpenes and physical attributes of the hemp oil.
Next comes the third-party reports. These reports reference the end product — the product being used at home.
Here are a few things to understand in these reports:
Cannabinoid Content: This looks at the isomers of CBD and THC. Some labs report non-detectable or ND for THC content, while others use Limit of Quantitation or <LOQ, meaning the test product doesn't contain enough of the ingredient for sensitive lab equipment to measure. Whether it's indicated as ND or <LOQ, it means the product is THC-free.
Pesticides: Similar to THC measurement, there will be a reporting of ND or <LOQ if no pesticides are present. This pesticide testing covers 59 different pesticides.
Microbiology: This covers microbial contamination, particularly yeast, mold, salmonella and E. coli. This testing looks at current contamination and the ability for those microbes to grow in the future. These tests abide by USP regulations for limits on microbials.
Heavy metals: This includes arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury, which are all heavy metals that can be found in soil and be present on manufacturing equipment. This testing adheres to California's rules, which are the strictest in the country.