Updated: Jan 25, 2022
Attached is the Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Full Spectrum Lemon and Mint Tinctures
Harvest Date: September 2020
Extraction Date: December 21, 2020
Analysis Date: December 22, 2020
Product Expiration Date: December 21, 2021
How to read a COA
Make sure the customer name is reflected on the COA and is consistent with the company you're buying from.
Customer ID Sample should be consistent with the product that you've purchased (Full Spec 1500mg)
Your product should have the mg of CBD reflected on the label. This should match the max active CBD on your COA (If it is above the mg on your label- lucky you! You're getting more than what you've paid for. If it is lower, the label is misleading and you've paid money for a product that is inaccurate)
The total THC should be UNDER .3%!!! If it is not - you are ingesting a product that is illegal if it is sold as hemp. This could get you in trouble with the law if you live in a state where recreational marijuana is illegal.
There should be a picture representing what is being tested (A bottle, gummy, flower ect)
Potency Full Spec1500mg
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