DXHALE Lab Reports
DXHALE Delta-10 Most Recent COA
DXHALE THC-O Most Recent COA
DXHALE HHC Most Recent COA
What is a COA?
Since hemp products are not regulated by the FDA, labels can be inconsistent or even misleading. The Certificate of Analysis (COA) is a vital piece of documentation when buying Delta-10 THC and other cannabinoids. Looking at a Certificate of Analysis gives you similar information that you might otherwise find on the label of an FDA approved product. COA's show you the lab tested content of the distillate you are considering buying so that you can personally ensure the quality and safety of the hemp distillate, and they are the main source of safety and content information about the cannabis or hemp product you plan to consume. In addition to THC and cannabinoids, the certificate shows any other content found in the distillate such as heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, and even bacteria and mold, so that you can be absolutely sure of the content you will be consuming. Certificates of Analysis help you as the consumer verify the quality and safety of a product before you purchase. DXHALE always posts the most recent Certificate of Analysis for our Delta-10 products right here on our website.
What should you look for on a COA?
To make sure that you are able to fully understand the information on a Certificate of Analysis report, here are major things to look out for when reading a COA:
A third-party lab conducted the testing
The most important thing for you to check is that an accredited, third party laboratory performed the analysis. Check that the information on the certificate is not from the same company that you are purchasing the product from. If needed, you can always refer to google or even contact the lab directly to verify that the lab company is legitimate. A legitimate CBD or THC company will never issue its own analysis certificates, but will instead rely on a trustworthy third party that is free of any potential conflicts of interest. Additionally, all legitimate CBD and THC companies are sure to provide COA's. Never purchase or consume a cannabis or hemp product without seeing and verifying the Certificate of Analysis for yourself.
The Certificate is recent
COA should be the most recent available, and the company should ensure that it matches the batch you are purchasing. Lab analysis should be conducted on each batch of distillate, since the compounding processes can potentially become contaminated or result in unexpected (and illegal!) quantities of THC. When you read a COA, make sure to check that the sample and batch number is recent, and if needed, you can always contact the company for evidence that the batch you are purchasing matches the batch number on the certificate.
The THC content listed is within legal limits
Each state differs in laws about Delta-10 THC sure and is delta-10 legal there. Make sure you are familiar with your local laws, and that you have personally verified that Delta-10 THC is legal in your state. Read our legal disclaimer for more information.
That being said, US Federal Laws generally legalize hemp products containing less than 0.3% of Delta-9 THC. The COA should indicate the Delta-9 THC content of the distillate, and any hemp product you purchase should not exceed the 0.3% limit. Always remember to check your local laws!
Don't always rely on labels when it comes to CBD and THC products. Since Delta-10 products (and other cannabinoids) are not regulated by the FDA, you must verify the contents of such products by reviewing a Certificate of Analysis (COA) of the batch. Lab analysis provides all of the information you would expect to find on a product label. Certificate of Analysis gives you similar information that you might otherwise find on the label of an FDA approved product. The certificate shows the full range of cannabinoids in the product, as well as other content. Look out for heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, and even bacteria and mold, so that you can be absolutely sure of the content you will be consuming. Certificates of Analysis help you as the consumer verify the quality and safety of a product before you purchase.