Certificate of Analysis
HEMP QUALITY ASSURANCE TEST

Sample Name:

Hemp Flower 1-9-19

Flower, Inhalable

Date Issued:

11/07/2019

Total THC 0.6364%
Total CBD 15.9177%
Sum Cannabinoids 20.2172%
Total Cannabinoids 17.7844%

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Sample ID:191011Y025

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Cannabinoid Analysis - Summary

Total THC: 0.6364%

Total CBD: 15.9177%

Sum of Cannabinoids: 20.2172%

Total Cannabinoids: 17.7844%

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.

Safety Analysis - Summary

Pesticides: Pass

Heavy Metals: Pass

Microbiology (PCR): 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: 0.6364%

9-THC+0.877*THCa)

Total CBD: 15.9177%

(CBD+0.877*CBDa)

Total Cannabinoids: 17.7844%

Total CBG: 0.3284%

Total CBG (CBG+0.877*CBGa)

Total THCV: ND

Total THCV (THCV+0.877*THCVa)

Total CBC: 0.7721%

Total CBC (CBC+0.877*CBCa)

Total CBDV: 0.1298%

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

10/14/2019

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Compound LOD/LOQ
(mg/g)
Result
(mg/g)
Result
(%)
CBDa 0.052 / 0.156 177.820 17.7820
CBCa 0.233 / 0.705 8.609 0.8609
THCa 0.052 / 0.156 6.710 0.6710
CBD 0.059 / 0.180 3.229 0.3229
CBGa 0.034 / 0.102 3.170 0.3170
CBDVa 0.030 / 0.090 1.480 0.1480
CBG 0.048 / 0.144 0.504 0.0504
Δ9-THC 0.052 / 0.158 0.479 0.0479
CBC 0.048 / 0.146 0.171 0.0171
Δ8-THC 0.074 / 0.224 ND ND
THCV 0.045 / 0.137 ND ND
THCVa 0.088 / 0.267 ND ND
CBDV 0.027 / 0.080 ND ND
CBL 0.114 / 0.346 ND ND
CBN 0.052 / 0.157 ND ND
SUM OF CANNABINOIDS 202.172 mg/g 20.2172%
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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.

Pesticide and plant growth regulator analysis utilizing high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).

*GC-MS utilized where indicated.

Method: QSP 1212 - Analysis of Pesticides and Mycotoxins by LC-MS or QSP 1213 - Analysis of Pesticides by GC-MS

Pesticide Test Results

10/14/2019

PASS

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Compound LOD/LOQ
(μg/g)
Action Limit
(μg/g)
Result
(μg/g)
Result
Aldicarb 0.030 / 0.091 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Carbofuran 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Chlordane* 0.032 / 0.097 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Chlorfenapyr* 0.030 / 0.090 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Chlorpyrifos 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Coumaphos 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Daminozide 0.030 / 0.091 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Dichlorvos (DDVP) 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Dimethoate 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Ethoprophos 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Etofenprox 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Fenoxycarb 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Fipronil 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Imazalil 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Methiocarb 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Parathion-methyl 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Mevinphos 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Paclobutrazol 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Propoxur 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Spiroxamine 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Thiacloprid 0.029 / 0.089 ≥ LOD ND Pass
Abamectin 0.030 / 0.091 0.1 ND Pass
Acephate 0.013 / 0.039 0.1 ND Pass
Acequinocyl 0.010 / 0.031 0.1 ND Pass
Acetamiprid 0.013 / 0.038 0.1 ND Pass
Azoxystrobin 0.015 / 0.047 0.1 ND Pass
Bifenazate 0.012 / 0.035 0.1 ND Pass
Bifenthrin 0.013 / 0.038 3 ND Pass
Boscalid 0.008 / 0.023 0.1 ND Pass
Captan 0.099 / 0.300 0.7 ND Pass
Carbaryl 0.014 / 0.043 0.5 ND Pass
Chlorantraniliprole 0.020 / 0.061 10 ND Pass
Clofentezine 0.009 / 0.027 0.1 ND Pass
Cyfluthrin 0.099 / 0.299 2 ND Pass
Cypermethrin 0.030 / 0.091 1 ND Pass
Diazinon 0.009 / 0.027 0.1 ND Pass
Dimethomorph 0.018 / 0.055 2 ND Pass
Etoxazole 0.007 / 0.022 0.1 ND Pass
Fenhexamid 0.015 / 0.045 0.1 ND Pass
Fenpyroximate 0.012 / 0.036 0.1 ND Pass
Flonicamid 0.022 / 0.066 0.1 ND Pass
Fludioxonil 0.020 / 0.061 0.1 ND Pass
Hexythiazox 0.009 / 0.027 0.1 ND Pass
Imidacloprid 0.017 / 0.050 5 ND Pass
Kresoxim-methyl 0.010 / 0.029 0.1 ND Pass
Malathion 0.006 / 0.019 0.5 ND Pass
Metalaxyl 0.011 / 0.033 2 ND Pass
Methomyl 0.022 / 0.067 1 ND Pass
Myclobutanil 0.015 / 0.044 0.1 ND Pass
Naled 0.010 / 0.031 0.1 ND Pass
Oxamyl 0.014 / 0.042 0.5 ND Pass
Pentachloronitrobenzene* 0.020 / 0.061 0.1 ND Pass
Permethrin 0.027 / 0.082 0.5 ND Pass
Phosmet 0.010 / 0.030 0.1 ND Pass
Piperonyl Butoxide 0.007 / 0.020 3 ND Pass
Prallethrin 0.011 / 0.032 0.1 ND Pass
Propiconazole 0.004 / 0.013 0.1 ND Pass
Pyrethrins 0.012 / 0.036 0.5 ND Pass
Pyridaben 0.007 / 0.020 0.1 ND Pass
Spinetoram 0.006 / 0.017 0.1 ND Pass
Spinosad 0.010 / 0.031 0.1 ND Pass
Spiromesifen 0.005 / 0.015 0.1 ND Pass
Spirotetramat 0.014 / 0.042 0.1 ND Pass
Tebuconazole 0.006 / 0.018 0.1 ND Pass
Thiamethoxam 0.011 / 0.033 5 ND Pass
Trifloxystrobin 0.007 / 0.020 0.1 ND Pass
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Ingesting pesticides can be dangerous, even at the smallest doses. Our pesticide analysis can detect trace amounts of chemical pesticides in dried flowers and cannabis concentrates.

Heavy metal analysis utilizing inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).

Method: QSP 1160 - Analysis of Heavy Metals by ICP-MS

Heavy Metals Test Results

10/14/2019

PASS

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Compound LOD/LOQ
(μg/g)
Action Limit
(μg/g)
Result
(μg/g)
Result
Arsenic 0.013 / 0.039 0.2 <LOQ Pass
Cadmium 0.012 / 0.035 0.2 ND Pass
Lead 0.031 / 0.095 0.5 ND Pass
Mercury 0.002 / 0.005 0.1 <LOQ Pass
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Cannabis and hemp are plants known as dynamic accumulators. Minerals (including toxic heavy metals) are absorbed, and increase in concentration over time. Known effects of exposure to heavy metals in humans range from neurotoxicity to birth defects or organ failure.

Analysis conducted by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and fluorescence detection of microbiological contaminants.

Method: QSP 1221 - Analysis of Microbiological Contaminants

Microbiology Test Results (PCR)

10/14/2019

PASS

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Compound Action Limit Result Result
Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli Detect ND Pass
Salmonella spp. Detect ND Pass
Aspergillus fumigatus Detect ND Pass
Aspergillus flavus Detect ND Pass
Aspergillus niger Detect ND Pass
Aspergillus terreus Detect ND Pass
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Microbiological contaminants testing detects microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and yeast that thrive in the same conditions needed for cultivation. Some of these, especially E. coli, can be extremely harmful when ingested.

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