Laboratory Testing


Third party laboratories analyze all of our hemp for cannabinoid potency, heavy metals, bacterial / microbial life, mycotoxins, and pesticides. Our oils, extracts and isolate are also tested for potency, heavy metals, and pesticides. Individual products CBD/CBDa content will usually be described as ‘Hemp Extract Strength’ and will be given either in mg’s or as a percentage of the total amount of hemp extract used on the items product page. This total amount will then typically contain anywhere between 75%-100% actual CBD, with the remaining amount being CBDa.

The reason that we describe the strength of our products this way is that it provides the customer with the total hemp extract amount used as well as the strength of the extract also. While some other suppliers may only describe their products strength as a percentage of the total product volume (e.g 2.5%, 5% or 10% for example), this will not tell you how much full spectrum extract in total (if any) is actually used. 

Other suppliers may also only state the total amount of hemp extract used (e.g 1000mg or 2000mg for example), but then choose to omit the strength of that extract also. We actually do both and have explained this as clearly as we can in both our legal notices and also our product page. Each of our oils and extracts Certificates of Analysis (COA’s) are also available to be viewed and can be found here.



The fact remains that everyone is in a different place and will react differently to CBD. A serving size or dosage of CBD will differ for each person. It is best to start small and then gradually increase until you experience the desired result. It is not thought to be possible to overdose on CBD, however it is now generally recommended that you should start at a minimum dosage of 20mg per day and not to exceed a maximum dosage of 70mg per day on average.



Always consult a doctor before using any new supplement. Not suitable for pregnant or lactating women. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Our newsletters are intended to provide the reader with general information only regarding CBD that is already available in the public domain.