Why Third-Party Laboratory Testing is Important? 

Why Third-Party Laboratory Testing is Important?
Cannabidiol (CBD) has emerged as one of the most popular, robust and most natural health products that has the potential to create phenomenal therapeutic effects. Lack of Third-Party Laboratory Testing sets the bar low for manufacturers. This allows low-quality products into the cannabis industry. With the lack of high-quality CBD, potential customers have a lack of trust in CBD products. 
Transparency is essential to build a trusting relationship between the brand and their customers. Serious manufacturers will send their products out to Third-Party Laboratories. Reputable CBD will come with a Certificate of Analysis (COA) that displays the test results and details of exactly what’s in the product (usually available on the brand's website). Good manufacturers want to know exactly how much CBD and THC in their products. THC use may have serious consequences, so you should know whether your CBD product contains THC and the amount of THC in it.
The Legal Federal Limit: CBD must be hemp-derived and contain no more than 0.3% THC. 
Third-Party Lab Results contain information about the date manufactured, attributes (like consistency and color), potency, terpenes, pesticides, heavy metals, solvents and so on. 
You can find our Third-Party Lab Test Results on our website or feel free to utilize the QR Code on your purchased products to see your results. 
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