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Results & Analysis
The results of each COA can vary but most will show at least 4-5 major Cannabinoids.
In this test, we see results for any different cannabinoids showing two different result columns. One is for the entire product which is the column header Results in MG, the second being the “Results in mg/g” which is a typical serving size in the hemp industry.
Some tests may show heavy metals and solvents and you may see results in PPM or PPB, this is a breakdown of parts per million and parts per billion of a gram. Now you may also see LOD (Limit of Detection) & or LOQ (Limit of Quantitation) as you do see here. These are the limit markers at which the testing facility feels confident they can recognize a cannabinoid. So if a LOD or LOQ is 2.1 mg and you have 1.8 mg in your product, it may have trouble recognizing this specific compound and result in an ND (Non-Detectable).
LOQ – Limit of Quantitation – This signifies the smallest concentration of AMH that can be measured with less than 20% coefficient of variation. In other words this is the smallest possible reading of a specific compound for the lab to say “yes it is present but very minor”.
LOD – Limit of Detection – This signifies the smallest concentration of AMH that can be measured with less than 95% coefficient of variation. This means the lab can now say with confidence this compound is present and this is how much after this specific limit.
ND & NT- Non-Detectable & Not Tested – Non-Detectable means that the compound is under even the LOQ of this lab. Not tested simply means the test was not run
PPM/PPB m– Parts per million or Parts per billion is the measurement of a compound to the millionth or billionth of a gram.