What is a COA?

What is a COA?


Understanding the Certificate of Analysis (COA)

A Certificate of Analysis, commonly referred to as a COA, is a formal document issued by an accredited laboratory that details the various cannabinoids present in a product. Our commitment to customer safety and product transparency is paramount; hence, we ensure that each batch of our products undergoes rigorous testing by an independent third-party lab. These COAs provide assurance that our products contain the precise amounts of CBD and other cannabinoids that we promise in our advertising.

Upon the arrival of your product, you will find a QR code on its label. Scanning this code will direct you to a dedicated webpage showcasing the product’s COA, allowing you to verify its contents confidently. In compliance with legal standards, our hemp oil products contain no more than 0.3% THC to qualify as hemp oil. Any higher concentration would classify the product as marijuana, which may be subject to different legal regulations depending on your state.


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