When you purchase CBG, or any Isolate, there is at least one thing that you always must do. Read the lab report, otherwise known as a Certificate of Analysis. This is vitally important. Previous studies have found that far too many vendors have lied about what is in their products. It's important to be an informed consumer, and always check to see what is in the lab report.

That being said, learning how to read a lab report can be complicated in and of itself! Here's a review of how to read a lap report, and what it should say if it is THC-Free.

What is a Certificate of Analysis?

A Certificate of Analysis is a certificate that is produced by an independent lab organization from the manufacturer of the CBG. They will produce a document that will discuss what is in the CBG, based on their own analysis. 

The advantage of a COA is that the lab test is conducted and provided by a third-party which has no bias, and will provide transparent factual results. This will help assure you, the consumer, that you are getting exactly what you paid for. It also shows that the CBG is safe and contained no extra chemicals or heavy metals. 

This is extremely important and we have our products tested because we trust in their quality, and we want to show that to you as well!

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