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CBD Laboratory Tests
WHAT DO WE TEST FOR?
We test for cannabinoid content as standard in all our CBD products. We then go two steps further by testing for metals, while also putting our products through a chemicals and pesticides test. We ensure transparency with our customers by updating our lab test results each time a new batch of CBD is tested. This guarantees the customer full knowledge in regards to what they are buying and consuming every day.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT TO SAY ON A CANNABINOID REPORT?
Our laboratory test reports outline the CBD content and also all the other cannabinoids present in our oil which include CBDV, CBDa, CBG, CBN, CBC and > 0.2% THC. Although the cannabinoid may show as not detected this does not mean it is not found in trace amounts in fact all the cannabinoids below are found in trace amounts.
Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-toxic compound that has a broad range of applications that interact with your endocannabinoid system. Contrary to belief CBD will not get you ‘high’. In fact, if you are already ‘high’, it will counteract the effects of the THC in your system. So if you or a friend gets too high sometimes, try some CBD to bring you back down.
Cannabidiol is the most prominent cannabinoid in Dr. Hemp Me’s Full-Spectrum CBD formula however, it is not the only one.
CBDV or cannabidivarin is a homolog of CBD that improves the anticonvulsant effects of CBD. CBG or Cannabigerol is a cannabinoid which occurs in much smaller quantities in hemp. It is growing popular as a supplement in its own right but her works to support the work of CBD in the body.
CBC or cannabichromene is a rare non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant, usually found at low levels <1% when present. It works within the endocannabinoid system in support of CBD.
To get the full benefits of CBD oil we believe you need to have all cannabinoids present within the oil. This cannabinoid mix is referred to as full-spectrum CBD and is what gives rise to the Entourage Effect.
HOW DO I READ A LAB TEST REPORT?
The results shown will vary from one product to another. For example, a full-spectrum CBD product will show all cannabinoids present in the oil – CBD, CBG, THC, CBDa etc.
If you see a laboratory test report showing only CBD cannabinoids, then you will know this formula is not full spectrum. The validity and quality of the CBD product should then be questioned.
A broad-spectrum product will show the presence of all cannabinoids except for THC which is eliminated in the extraction process for this category of CBD Oils and edibles.
Lastly, look out for terpenes detailed on a lab report. If the manufacturer states that the product is full-spectrum or broad-spectrum in nature, then it will have terpenes. However, a terpene profile will not be present on the report if the product is made using CBD Isolate. The terpene profile measurement is parts per million on each report!