Licensed Third Party Testing
Most companies do not complete full third-party testing or falsely advertise about what is in their CBD products. That will never happen with Synergy Botanicals CBD products because we believe in being “Fully Transparent” and stand by our natural, safe, pure, high quality products! We want you to know exactly what is in our products and post all third-party testing results for you. We test our CBD products for Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Pesticides, Residual Solvents, Heavy Metals, Mycotoxins, and Bacteria/Yeast through a Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) licensed and accredited ISO/IEC 17025 lab, Infinite Chemical Analysis Testing Lab in California. Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs is a licensed testing lab that provides testing for our products using PhD Chemists trained and experienced in the hemp and cannabis industry. Complete Third-Party Testing for every single product we market are readily available on the Certificate of Analysis (COA).
Importance Of Choosing The Right Testing Lab
An unlicensed third-party testing lab has minimal oversight or regulation from a regulatory certifying body and can lead to inconsistencies or inaccurate testing practices that produce inaccurate results. Synergy Botanicals uses a licensed testing lab like Infinite Chemical Analysis that is licensed by BCC to ensure that all testing is completed according to the analytical methods required by current legal standards to produce accurate results.
Third Party Testing Determines Safety, Purity, & Quality
The only way to be 100% sure about what is in a CBD product is through a reliable third-party testing COA report. Licensed labs have certain regulatory obligations to meet before they can operate and ISO accredited labs have state of the art equipment to measure the smallest amount of ingredients in a given product. The COA (Certificate of Analysis) is a report that includes the specific testing that has been requested by a company for their product. The types of tests that are most important include Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Pesticides, Residual Solvents, Heavy Metals, Mycotoxins, and Bacteria/Yeast.