Why are third-party lab reports are needed in the first place?
Since the present-day cannabis industry is largely unregulated, some “manufacturers” and processors of the herb can pretty much get away with whatever they want in terms of how they label their products.
This presents quite the conundrum for the innocent customers or genuine customer who wants to find a good, safe, and effective CBD Product that will help them get the most out of there CBD food supplement.
CBD third-party lab reports are basically a means to provide an unbiased verification of what’s actually in the product that you’re buying. There have actually been CBD companies in years past who have gotten warning letters from the FDA for advertising “CBD” products that were randomly tested to contain practically nothing but coconut oil. When news came of this, it prompted both consumers and the “real” manufacturers alike to demand heightened transparency in terms of what’s actually in the product being sold. This is where the third party labs come in.
CBD third-party lab reports are pretty straightforward and simple to read as long as you know the compounds that you should be looking for ie CBD, and the ones you should likely expect to find in our raw material.
In addition to the CBD, for example, you may expect to find other cannabinoids like CBDA, CBN, CNC, CBG and THCA on your list. Of course, you’ll want to make sure that the sample doesn’t contain any THC – especially if you have an impending drug test that you’re worried about passing. (All UK CBD OILS products contain minimum traces of THC that will not show in a drug test )
All of our the latest Certificates of analysis can be found on each product page.
If you have purchased one of our products in-store or want to trace an older batch please link your product below.
April 2018. (10% Oils Drops #B1-18)
May 2018. (Metals COA for Raw Batch)
May 2018. (RAW Paste XTR0418)
July 2018. (5% Oils Drops #A1-18)
August 2018. (5% Lemon Haze eLiquid #D1-18)
August 2018. (10% Oil Drops #B1-18)
November 2018. (10% Oil Drops #B2-18)
November 2018. (15% Oil Drops #C2-18)
Why do some of the analyses use the same batch code?
Our extracts yield from the fields in Europe are harvest once a year, the crop is under the same extract. We like to test the consistency of our products so we will test the same products at random every 2 - 3 months to make sure that we
Our batch codes will change yearly