There is an abundance of various species of microbial organisms out there; some of them are good, but others are bad. Generally, it’s good to avoid any microbes in your cannabidiol-infused products. Thus, if any living organisms show up in the third-party lab report, it’s best to change your provider.
As the CBD market is growing, there are no content or quality controls on CBD products sold these days. Considering that the cannabidiol industry is growing extremely fast, there are dozens of new manufacturers and products popping up on the market every month.
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To be more precise, the tests verify the presence of such microbes as molds, yeast, salmonella, and E-coli. The result should say “none detected”.
As for the THC, make sure you’re getting enough for your condition, but not enough to get high, especially if you’re looking for a job. If you need to pass a drug test, consider buying a CBD isolate or a full/broad-spectrum extract with only trace amounts of THC.
What Active Compounds to Look for in a CBD Lab Report?
Always make sure the lab report confirms there are no forms of glycols in the product – especially propylene glycol (PG) or polyethylene glycol (PEG). These solvents can break down into cancer-causing acetaldehyde and formaldehyde, so stay far away from such ingredients .
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Most CBD products, including CBD tinctures and CBD vape liquids, come with third-party lab reports. But what are these, and how do you read them?
Not all products are made the same…
[You can view the complete Elixinol CBD third-party lab report here].
What Does ‘Acceptable Limit’ Mean?
Third-party labs run CBD oil through a chromatograph. This advanced machine determines what compounds are in the product, and at what amount (we’ll discuss this in more detail below). It also allows us to see the percent accuracy that matches up with a manufacturer’s claims. In addition, labs also test for other full-spectrum (we’ll talk more about what that means later) compounds like terpenes and flavonoids.
the link below shows the lab results for our 5% cbd oil. the test results have been carried out by adact medical and the report shows a breakdown of cannabinoid content.
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Aire is made from CBD and refined hempseed oil with added hemp terpenes. It contains zero THC. Statements made on our website have been evaluated by the UK Cannabis Trade Association. Aire products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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