Certificate of Analysis
HEMP QUALITY ASSURANCE TEST

Sample Name:

Two Hawk - Green Crack

Concentrate, Product Inhalable

Date Issued:

03/31/2022

Total THC 3.347%
Total CBD Not Detected
Sum Cannabinoids 89.94%
Total Cannabinoids 89.94%
Total Terpenoids 4.7958%
PhytoFacts®
Top 3 Terpenoids
  1. β-Pinene 0.7409%
  2. Limonene 0.7405%
  3. α-Pinene 0.7062%

Sample Information

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Sample ID:220328S003

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Cannabinoid Analysis - Summary

Total THC: 3.347%

Total CBD: Not Detected

Sum of Cannabinoids: 89.94%

Total Cannabinoids: 89.94%

Total THC/CBD is calculated using the following formulas to take into account the loss of a carboxyl group during the decarboxylation step:
Total THC = Δ9-THC + (THCa (0.877))
Total CBD = CBD + (CBDa (0.877))

Sum of Cannabinoids = Δ9-THC + THCa + CBD + CBDa + CBG + CBGa + THCV + THCVa + CBC + CBCa + CBDV + CBDVa + Δ8-THC + CBL + CBN

Total Cannabinoids = (Δ9-THC+0.877*THCa) + (CBD+0.877*CBDa) + (CBG+0.877*CBGa) + (THCV+0.877*THCVa) + (CBC+0.877*CBCa) + (CBDV+0.877*CBDVa) + Δ8-THC + CBL + CBN

Sum of Cannabinoids: The concentration of each individual cannabinoid added together as they are, without accounting for decarboxylation. This measurement is of particular importance for certain cannabis products that are not intended to be heated prior to application or consumption.

Total Cannabinoids: The concentration of each acidic cannabinoid, multiplied by 0.877 to account for the loss of molecular mass that happens as it is converted to a neutral cannabinoid when heated. Then this calculated concentration is added to the concentrations of the corresponding neutral cannabinoid already present. This corrected data is of particular importance to both producers and consumers of products intended to be heated prior to application or consumption.

Terpenoid Analysis - Summary

39 tested, Top 3 Highlighted

Total Terpenoids: 4.7958%

 
 
 

1

β-Pinene (0.7409%)

2

Limonene (0.7405%)

3

α-Pinene (0.7062%)

Safety Analysis - Summary

Δ9-THC per Unit: Pass

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Tested by high-performance liquid chromatography with diode-array detection (HPLC-DAD).

Method: QSP 1157 - Analysis of Cannabinoids by HPLC-DAD

Summary

Total THC: 3.347%

9-THC+0.877*THCa)

Total CBD: Not Detected

(CBD+0.877*CBDa)

Total Cannabinoids: 89.94%

Total CBG: 0.079%

Total CBG (CBG+0.877*CBGa)

Total THCV: ND

Total THCV (THCV+0.877*THCVa)

Total CBC: ND

Total CBC (CBC+0.877*CBCa)

Total CBDV: ND

Total CBDV (CBDV+0.877*CBDVa)

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The cannabis plant contains dozens of active compounds called cannabinoids. These compounds are the primary contributors to the psychoactive effects of cannabis.

Cannabinoid testing determines the potency of a sample to aid in dosage considerations.

Cannabinoid Test Results

03/31/2022

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Compound LOD/LOQ
(mg/g)
Measurement
Uncertainty
(mg/g)
Result
(mg/g)
Result
(%)
∆8 Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ8THC) 0.1 / 0.4 ±53.98 865.1 86.51
Δ9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9THC) 0.06 / 0.26 ±0.897 33.47 3.347
Cannabigerol (CBG) 0.06 / 0.19 ±0.024 0.79 0.079
Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCa) 0.05 / 0.14 N/A ND ND
Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) 0.1 / 0.2 N/A ND ND
Tetrahydrocannabivarinic Acid (THCVa) 0.07 / 0.20 N/A ND ND
Cannabidiol (CBD) 0.07 / 0.29 N/A ND ND
Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDa) 0.02 / 0.19 N/A ND ND
Cannabidivarin (CBDV) 0.04 / 0.15 N/A ND ND
Cannabidivarinic Acid (CBDVa) 0.03 / 0.53 N/A ND ND
Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGa) 0.1 / 0.2 N/A ND ND
Cannabicyclol (CBL) 0.06 / 0.24 N/A ND ND
Cannabinol (CBN) 0.1 / 0.3 N/A ND ND
Cannabichromene (CBC) 0.2 / 0.5 N/A ND ND
Cannabichromenic Acid (CBCa) 0.07 / 0.28 N/A ND ND
SUM OF CANNABINOIDS 899.4 mg/g 89.94%
Unit Mass:

2 grams

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Δ9-THC per Unit 1100 per-package limit 66.94 mg/unit Pass
Total THC per Unit 66.94 mg/unit
CBD per Unit ND
Total CBD per Unit ND
Sum of Cannabinoids per Unit 1798.8 mg/unit
Total Cannabinoids per Unit 1798.7 mg/unit
Learn more

The cannabis plant contains dozens of active compounds called cannabinoids. These compounds are the primary contributors to the psychoactive effects of cannabis.

Cannabinoid testing determines the potency of a sample to aid in dosage considerations.

Terpene analysis utilizing gas chromatography-flame ionization detection (GC-FID).

Method: QSP 1192 - Analysis of Terpenoids by GC-FID

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Summary

Total Terpenoids (mg/g): 47.958 mg/g

Total Terpenoids (%): 4.7958%

Dominant Terpenoids

Below are this sample's 3 most abundant terpenoids by volume. To see more detail for terpenoid content, view the PhytoFacts report.

  1. β-Pinene 0.7409%

    One of two isomers of the monoterpene Pinene, the most abundant terpene in the natural world. It is responsible for the distinct aroma of many coniferous trees, particularly pines, from which it derives its name. It is a primary constituent of turpentine. Found in pines, parsley, celery, nutmeg, hyssop, black currant, rosemary, black pepper, spearmint...etc.

  2. Limonene 0.7405%

    A monoterpene with a fragrance that can be described as orangey, citrusy, sweet and tart. It is most commonly found in nature as D-Limonene and is a primary contributor to the distinct scent of orange peels, from which it is commonly derived. Found in numerous pines, red maple, silver maple, aspens, cottonwoods, hemlocks, sumac, cedar, junipers...etc.

  3. α-Pinene 0.7062%

    One of two isomers of the monoterpene Pinene, the most abundant terpene in the natural world. It is responsible for the distinct aroma of many coniferous trees, particularly pines, from which it derives its name. It is a primary constituent of turpentine. Found in pines, rose gun, parsley, frankincense, guava, juniper, rosemary, nutmeg, blue gum, valerian...etc.

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Terpenoid analysis is crucial for differentiating between strains of cannabis, as terpenoids have a major influence on the medical and psychological effects of a plant. The relationship between cannabinoids and terpeneoids is known as the "entourage effect."

Terpenoid Test Results

03/31/2022

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Compound LOD/LOQ
(mg/g)
Measurement
Uncertainty
(mg/g)
Result
(mg/g)
Result
(%)
β-Pinene 0.004 / 0.014 ±0.0659 7.409 0.7409
Limonene 0.005 / 0.016 ±0.0822 7.405 0.7405
α-Pinene 0.005 / 0.017 ±0.0473 7.062 0.7062
β-Caryophyllene 0.004 / 0.012 ±0.1740 6.282 0.6282
Myrcene 0.008 / 0.025 ±0.0592 5.916 0.5916
Linalool 0.009 / 0.032 ±0.1372 4.634 0.4634
α-Humulene 0.009 / 0.029 ±0.0778 3.110 0.3110
α-Bisabolol 0.008 / 0.026 ±0.1000 2.409 0.2409
Nerolidol 0.006 / 0.019 ±0.1174 2.395 0.2395
α-Phellandrene 0.006 / 0.020 ±0.0048 0.454 0.0454
Fenchol 0.010 / 0.034 ±0.0131 0.434 0.0434
Caryophyllene Oxide 0.010 / 0.033 ±0.0052 0.144 0.0144
Camphene 0.005 / 0.015 ±0.0009 0.100 0.0100
Δ3-Carene 0.005 / 0.018 ±0.0010 0.091 0.0091
Sabinene 0.004 / 0.014 ±0.0005 0.050 0.0050
Terpinolene 0.008 / 0.026 ±0.0005 0.032 0.0032
p-Cymene 0.005 / 0.016 ±0.0006 0.031 0.0031
α-Terpinene 0.005 / 0.017 N/A <LOQ <LOQ
Eucalyptol 0.006 / 0.018 N/A ND ND
β-Ocimene 0.006 / 0.020 N/A ND ND
γ-Terpinene 0.006 / 0.018 N/A ND ND
Sabinene Hydrate 0.006 / 0.022 N/A ND ND
Fenchone 0.009 / 0.028 N/A ND ND
Isopulegol 0.005 / 0.016 N/A ND ND
Camphor 0.006 / 0.019 N/A ND ND
Isoborneol 0.004 / 0.012 N/A ND ND
Borneol 0.005 / 0.016 N/A ND ND
Menthol 0.008 / 0.025 N/A ND ND
Terpineol 0.009 / 0.031 N/A ND ND
Nerol 0.003 / 0.011 N/A ND ND
Citronellol 0.003 / 0.010 N/A ND ND
Pulegone 0.003 / 0.011 N/A ND ND
Geraniol 0.002 / 0.007 N/A ND ND
Geranyl Acetate 0.004 / 0.014 N/A ND ND
α-Cedrene 0.005 / 0.016 N/A ND ND
trans-β-Farnesene 0.008 / 0.025 N/A ND ND
Valencene 0.009 / 0.030 N/A ND ND
Guaiol 0.009 / 0.030 N/A ND ND
Cedrol 0.008 / 0.027 N/A ND ND
TOTAL 47.958 mg/g 4.7958%
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Terpenoid analysis is crucial for differentiating between strains of cannabis, as terpenoids have a major influence on the medical and psychological effects of a plant. The relationship between cannabinoids and terpeneoids is known as the "entourage effect."

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