what to look for on cbd lab reports pt2 📝
👀 in part 1 we looked at the COA and how to find it. we are now going to look at the rest of the COA and also other reports – terpenes, heavy metals and microbial 📝
⭐️ what you want to notice on this COA is the presence of other cannabinoids which is great as it indicates its broad or full spectrum with the broad spectrum confirmed with the non-detectable amount of thc.
🌱 terpenes are really important for supporting your cbd. Like varieties of most plants, hemp also has different terpenes that give different effects – like happiness, anti-inflammation or relaxation.
🤗 therefore we want to see the terpenes match with the effect we want – we have and will be making more videos about this
✅ with heavy metals and microbial tests – make check that these are passed which means an absence of, or an acceptable level in the sample.