With so many CBD products available today, it is important to understand what is in them in order to make an educated decision on which product and which brand is for you. We recommend viewing a third-party lab test for any CBD product you buy. However, you also need to know what to look for and how to read each lab tests.

Cannabidiol (CBD) and other trace Cannabinoids

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

The potency tells you which cannabinoids have been detected and at what levels. This test can be helpful if you are looking for a product with high or low of a certain cannabinoid and to confirm the potency of the product.

(measured in mg)

Acetone – Benzene – Butanes

Ethanol – Heptanes – Hexanes

Isopropanol – n-Pentane

Propane – Toluene – Xylenes

Abamectin – Azoxystrobin – Bifenazate

Etoxazole – Imazalil – Imidacloprid

Malathion – Myclobutanil – Permethrin

Spinosad – Spiromesifen

Spirotetramat – Tebuconazole

Cadmium – Lead

Mercury – Arsenic

A solvent is typically used during the extraction process. Residual sovents can be very harmful to your health. All levels should measure at (ND) which means No Detected levels.

Pesticides from the farming process are can create a variety of health issues. All levels should measure at (ND) which means No Detected levels.

Heavy Metals can be introduced at any level of the production process. Heavy metal tests should be conducted on all finished products. All levels should measure at (ND) which means No Detected levels.

Terpenes are the naturally occuring oils that provide cannabis a wide aromatic and flavor variety. Terpenes have been shown to have a synergistic affect with cannabinoids. This test shows the additional terpenes in the CBDs and should be conducted on the CBD before any products are created from.