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What's in my Product?

At Eossi Beauty we strongly believe in using only natural ingredients and the best hemp-derived CBD for our products.  Don’t take our word for it though, let the tests speak for themselves.  Each product we sell has been tested by a third party. The test results for your product are shown on the Certificate of Analysis (COA), which lists the cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBDA, THC, THC-a, THC Delta-9 etc.) in your product, the percentage of each and whether it contains any pesticides, heavy metals, or microbials.  These parameters are important for understanding the quality of the product you are buying. 

The COA we provide is for homogeneity, which ensures that the mixture is consistent for each batch. It will tell you what percentage of the mixture is either CBD or other cannabinoids mixed equally throughout the product. In our product specifically it will reflect  20MG/Gram. To evaluate the test results, first look for the batch number of your product.  This can be found on the back of your bottle. This number is unique for each batch (i.e., every time we make more product).  Once you find your perspective batch number, click HERE and it will open up your COA. If you want to learn more feel free to keep reading, send us an email, or give us a call. Compliance is very important to us and we are always happy to talk with you about it.  
Gobi Hemp is our 3rd Party Testing Lab: Manufacturers do internal tests, but it is a good idea to always have a 3rd party test as well to ensure the results are accurate. 

Sample Name: This indicates what the sample is called. You can choose whatever you want when you drop your sample off. In this case ours will be the name of the product. The sample name will always remain the same except between different products. The batch ID, which is behind the sample name is 30551-001. This number is created for each new batch of product. If we ever need to refer back to a certain bottle or batch we will use this number to ensure we know exactly which batch each bottle comes from. 

Client: This indicates the name of the company requesting the test done. The name here does not necessarily indicate who made the product, oil or raw material getting tested, but indicates the company who has requested the test. This Includes their phone number and address. In this case it is Eossi Beauty. We ensure that we have 3rd party tests on all of our products. 

Report Date: It is very important you make sure your COAs are current with each product.  
Cannabinoids:  The number and type of cannabinoid compounds analyzed in a sample batch varies from lab to lab.  Gobi analyzes for 10 cannabinoids, as shown on the “Cannabinoid Profile” page.  Research has shown that each of these cannabinoids may be helpful for certain ailments.  However, further research and clinical trials must still be done to fully assess the benefits.  We use broad-spectrum CBD oil in our products, so the test results show more than just CBD. In some consumer products you may see  THC compounds, which are NOT in our products.  Delta-9 THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid and the most common in marijuana products.  This specific cannabinoid is required to be less than .03% in hemp products in order for it to be legal to buy and sell in the United States. 

Results (MG/unit) and (mg/g): this is the percentage of each particular cannabinoid that is present in your product in both percentage (%) and milligram per gram (Mg/g). The way this reads can differ between tests so you may have to call the lab or company to ensure you understand it. 

Total THC/Total CBD: You see two lines here. One is for Total THC and the other is Total CBD. The total THC can be higher than the total delta-9 THC because this number includes delta-9 THC and THC-a. The reason it includes THC-a is because THC-a is the acid form and will become psychoactive once you add a heat element to it. Therefore it is included in your total potential THC. We DO NOT have any THC in any of our products. For our product the CBD content should read 20mg/g. Because we have a 50ML bottle with 1000MG of CBD you would divide 1000 by 50 to get the dosage, which is 20 Mg/g.
Lab signatures: These are signatures from the lab saying that the tests were accurately done with a date and signature of approval. 
Pesticide Residue: This is so important. Cannabis plants are great for phytoremediation, which is a process used to remove, transfer, stabilize and/or destroy contaminents in soil and ground water.  If the soil is contaminated the hemp plant could have contaminents in it as well, and your product could therefore be affected. It is important when you are buying CBD products that you check for a pesticide test so you can ensure it is safe to use.   

ND:  This means "not detected"  
Heavy Metals: This will tell you if there are any heavy metals present in your product.  Similiar to pesticides sometimes heavy metals can be present in the soil. You want to see a ND for each element in order to know your product is safe to use.
Residual Solvents: Residual sovents can be left behind from the distillation process if the product is not properly distilled. There are many different solvents that are used in the process and if any of these sovents are not properly heated off it could be harmful to you. You want to make sure you see a ND for "not detected" in the second column, which reads "parts per million". This indicates there are no residual solvents present in your product.

At Eossi it is very important to us that you understand what is in your product and why. The CBD milligram content is very important as is the potential presence of heavy metals and pesticides. If you have any questions about our COAs, COAs in general, or compliance please feel free to reach out! We love hearing from our GLOW family!