WHAT WE TEST FOR AND WHY
Knowing exactly what is in your CBD product is important, from the potency to the purity. At Wellness Botanicals, we test our Broad Spectrum USA-grown hemp extracts before we infuse them into our products, and then test every final batch we make with an accredited, independent lab. All the details are made available publicly, providing transparency and trust.
CBD is not created equal. Our premium Broad Spectrum CBD oil is all-natural and THC-FREE. Before you use cannabidiol (CBD), you should know whether or not the CBD is pure and free of toxins. We believe that everyone has the potential to benefit from the daily use of phytocannabinoid-rich (CBD) products. Our company was founded with the goal of providing the highest quality, American hemp-sourced CBD products on the market and backing these products by superior customer support and education.
Potency testing ensures that the MG level on the label is correct. Proper dosage, whether using as a supplement or for more intense circumstances, is essential. We make sure that testing identifies the amount of CBD, THC and other cannabinoid concentrations in the plant.
Pesticide testing ensures that the hemp compounds used in the extraction process are safe and pesticide free! Hemp is sometimes treated with pesticides, potentially causing significant side effects if in high concentrations.
Microbiological testing ensures that no harmful bacteria or mold was found in the hemp plant used during the extraction process.
Terpene testing is essential to work symbiotically with other plant compounds to get a pure CBD experience. Terpene testing identifies the range of terpene compounds retained from the hemp plant at extraction so you can determine whether a product is full-spectrum or isolate.
A complete lab test should include analyses of the residual solvents. Wellness Botanicals doesn’t have any, and too high concentrations of solvents like ethanol, propane, carbon dioxide or acetone can lead to unpleasant health effects and can turn the products into highly flammable ones.
It’s not just about CBD and THC levels, so it’s useful to know what you’re looking for before you buy CBD oil.
As you begin to explore the world of cannabidiol (CBD), you’ll quickly notice that top-rated brands provide lab verifications for their products. These lab reports – often referred to as certificates of analysis (COA) – are the key to knowing what is or is not in the important hemp extract that makes a CBD product special.