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Cannabidol, or CBD, is a non-psychoactive compound that’s used for many practices. When you’re considering using CBD, you’ll need to know the quality of it and know if it’s safe to use. If you’re using this compound as a relieving health product, you’ll want to know that using CBD oils will have minimal effects on your health.
Lab tests can help detect how much CBD is in the oil, which determines the overall safety and potency of the oil. Tests are a requirement for selling CBD oil to the public.
CBD Oil Lab Tests are trustworthy sources for ensuring that its users have the best experience when taking their CBD oil. By testing through Cannalabs, you know just how transparent we are when making and selling our products.
All lab tests can be seen from there product page.
Why Are CBD Labs Tests Important?
An essential reason why we run CBD lab tests is to ensure safety for our users. Since the CBD industry is typically unregulated, some CBD producers leave unbalanced amounts of CBD in their products and may leave harmful substances. Third-party testing allows a concise measurement for determining the CBD oil’s quality, effectiveness, and purity.
With these factors in mind, testing builds trust between consumers and CBD manufacturers and how they do business with them.
These tests determine whether or not the amount of CBD matches what’s advertised for your product. Not only do they calculate the amount of CBD in the oil, but they also determine what other cannabinoids are in it. If a CBD oil is marketed as “pure,” there’s a slight chance that it’s not without proper regulation or testing.
If your CBD oil is labeled as full-spectrum, it’s made with every part of the plant and should have CBD, less than 0.3% of THC, and other small amounts of cannabinoids. If the oil contains only one of these compounds, you might question the legitimacy of the product based on the discrepancies you see.
How Do These Lab Tests Work?
Typically, you test the raw hemp extract at its base level before adding other ingredients to the final product. Once the initial hemp tests come in, they also perform tests after adding the other ingredients of the CBD oil. They’re measured by the percent per millimeter of each compound and added up into a final sum. Besides CBD and THC, other sample components include CBDV, CBDa, CBG, CBN, and CBC. If you compare 40% CBD oil to 10% CBD oil, each sample unit will differ significantly from the other.
Other screenings that lab tests perform revolve around detecting microbes, pesticides, and solvents that may harm people when they take their dosages.