Our Testing Philosophy
At Origin, we want to make sure that you know what you're getting every time. That's why we have each batch individually tested by 3rd party labs so that you get nothing but the facts.
How to Read Our Lab Testing
We pride ourselves on making our products - and their information - accessible to the public. To aid with this, we've included some tips for interpreting lab testing to help make sure you're getting the answers you want - without needing a PhD to get them:
- Client Sample:
Indicates the product; for the test above, it refers to the Origin 1000mg tincture in the 30ml bottle.
A further classification of this product. The test above is classified as a tincture, with the binding agent of MCT oil. (This is an extract of coconut, but does not have the flavor.)
- Test date:
This is indicated just above the results, so you can ensure that you are consulting the most recent tests.
THC and any variant (including D9, THCV, and more), is the psychoactive ingredient to cannabis. Because we sell our product from Kansas, this amount must be "ND," or "Not Detected."
CBD and its variants, on the other hand, hold most of the health benefits of the same plant. In the 1000mg tincture tested above, we can see that there are 32.34 milligrams of CBD per one milliliter, which measures out at around one full dropper in your bottle. Therefore, when you take one full dropper, you are taking almost 33mg of CBD.
In the above example, CBDV, another variant of CBD, was also detected, at an amount of 0.10mg per milliliter. What's important to note about this is that even though this is a very low amount in the product, it is still detectable on a test. Therefore, when it comes to testing, "almost none," is not the same as none.
Terpenes, in short, are compounds from the hemp plant that can give additional anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety benefits to the CBD. In the test above, two terpenes are detectable, with their total percentage adding up to 0.1% and limonene accounting for the majority of that percentage.