CBD Lab Reports

 Our team is continuously working with our partner labs to provide a complete analysis of the quality of each product. You can review the information contained on this page at your discretion to ensure the items you ordered will meet or exceed each expectation you have with this investment.

Rather than just provide a series of uploaded results that you may not understand, let’s make sense of the tests and labels that you can see in the reports. Here are the key findings to look at in each document.


Batch Test Results

Instead of sharing just one result for one batch out of many products, look to see the results for your specific product batch to know what it contains.


Pay attention to the levels of THC, cannabidiol acid (CBDA), cannabigerol (CBG), and cannabichromene (CBC) when you review the lab reports on specific items. Always verify that your THC levels are less than .03% by dry weight. Then seek out the highest percentages possible as you review the potency analysis of each item.

Look for Harmful Substances

CBD lab reports must be transparent about the other items in their extracts to ensure you receive the best possible result. Look for the presence of pesticides, mycotoxins, and heavy metals in each report.

Terpene Profile

You will also want to review this information since these are the molecules which offer the flavor and aroma for all plants. With over 55,000 different types to study, you can find everything from hops to basil to eucalyptus, depending on the provider used to make the CBD product.

Always read the product label of your CBD item thoroughly before consumption. If you have any questions, then be sure to contact our customer care specialists at your convenience so that we can get you the answers you need.