The cannabis industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in North America, and as such, it is important that products are tested for safety and quality. Cannabis lab testing is a vital part of any business dealing with cannabis or hemp products, and it ensures that customers receive the highest quality product available. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why cannabis lab testing is important for hemp lotions and other cannabis-based products.
Here is our COA (lab test) for Dr. Milo Topical Relief Lotion:
Why is it Necessary?
Cannabis lab testing is necessary to ensure that products are safe for consumers. This includes testing for potency, terpenes, pesticides, solvents, and other contaminants. In addition to ensuring safety, cannabis lab testing also helps producers create consistent batches of product that meet customer expectations. By performing regular tests on each batch of product they make, producers can ensure they are producing products of the same quality each time.
When it comes to hemp lotions specifically, lab testing is especially important due to their potential use as a topical treatment. While most topicals do not need to be tested for potency like edibles or tinctures do, it is still important to test them for purity and contaminants. This will help ensure that customers are receiving a safe product free from any unwanted substances or toxins that could potentially cause skin irritation or other adverse reactions.
Checking the COA
Cannabis lab testing provides consumers with peace of mind when purchasing cannabis or hemp-based products such as lotions or balms – knowing these items have been thoroughly tested for safety and quality assurance gives them confidence in their purchase decision. For producers, regular lab testing ensures consistency between batches while also giving them an advantage over competitors who may not be taking additional steps towards transparency with customers. Ultimately both parties benefit from having a trusted third party verifying the safety and accuracy of the end product – so if you’re looking into buying or selling cannabis-based products make sure they’ve been through rigorous laboratory analysis.
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