How To Read A Lab Result
The DL on Lab Tests
If you are a part of the CBD world, psychiatric world, or medical world, then you know that the cannabinoids found in the hemp plant are on track to playing a serious role in the medical field. Research has revealed the very evident potential that this plant has to offer those suffering with their immune systems; through research, we are discovering that this is a molecularly medicinal plant just waiting for more science to explain it and its various functions. This is not a fad
If you are buying CBD, then you have probably read the studies and are interested to see if and how you can benefit from it. It is highly important to educate yourself, especially since CBD is being mass-produced in this technological world
What is the deal with Lab Tests?
Why do I need protection?
Besides allowing for the ability to individuate your cannabinoid dosing, lab tests ensure that you are getting a quality product from a quality company. The bummer about lab tests is that they are really expensive
This is why Botanicam exists. Using our 12-point checklist we heavily vet the brands that we choose to work with; we have combed over 1000+ companies to bring you, 18 manufacturers, we trust. Taking this a step further,
How To Read a Lab Test
There are really just 3 parts, though all lab tests will look a bit different.
- The Cannabinoid Profile
- The Terpene Profile
- The Tests for Toxins (such as pesticides, heavy metals, microbials, etc.)
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The cannabinoid and terpene profiles are the key to CBD wellness. These tests can be very useful tools in figuring out which plant compounds work best for you and your body. Try a couple of different products and brands, check out the lab tests before purchasing, and hopefully, you can find the cannabinoid and terpene combinations that bring your body to wellness.
An Article By Evie Louise
Evie Louise is a recent psychology graduate from New York University. She is a certified in International Cannabinoid Clinical Therapy. Evie sees all forms of the cannabis sativa plant as the future of psychiatry, and hopes to use it in her therapy practice as a full spectrum approach to mental health and wellness.