Laboratory Cannabinoid Profile Certificates Of Analysis

The Certificate of Analysis (COA) is lab report on the contents of a product. For Hemp extracts, the COA reports on the cannabinoid, terpene, and contaminant profile of hemp CBD and CBG products. Third-party lab reports verify that the products are safe, federally compliant, and as advertised.

 300mg Tincture

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1000mg Tincture

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2000mg Tincture

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750-1500mg Capsules

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What is a Certificate of Analysis?

The Certificate of Analysis is there to provide transparency and details of the cannabinoid profiles within the product and more. 

How do you interpret a CoA for CBD?

To begin with, all CoAs must contain the following information at the top of their page:

  • Title “Certificate of Analysis”

  • The name of the lab undertaking the test

  • Batch number – this will comes from the manufacturer

  • Date when the sample was received

  • Date when the sample got tested

Check the certificates at the bottom

To ensure the lab that is undertaking the tests conforms to standards and follows strict quality controls internally they should have some form of accreditation. 


Once you are confident you can trust the results shared, you can move on to what is certainly one of the most important parameters of the CBD CoA: the cannabinoid profile analysis.

Firstly, here you want to make sure the THC is within compliant range, this means it needs to be lower than 0.3%. This will ensure the product cannot make you “high”.


There are a lot of different CBDs available in the market today, they are excellent for wellbeing and can be hugely beneficial. However, it is important to check the CoA results when choosing your CBD, so you can be confident you are taking a good quality, potent product.