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The Importance of Requesting a Certificate of Analysis on Finished Cannabis Products Before Consuming

The Importance of Requesting a Certificate of Analysis on Finished Cannabis Products Before Consuming

People who are consuming cannabis products for any reason must be careful when searching for a quality pharmacy that provides safe and legal sources of cannabis products. No matter what types of products they’re seeking—dried, oil, extract, butter, etc.—these products should have been produced through GMP—Good Manufacturing Practices. One of the best ways to determine if a cannabis product follows safety compliance for consumption is through a CoA, or Certificate of Analysis.

How to Determine Which Manufacturing Equipment Components Need to Be Food Grade When Producing Consumables

How to Determine Which Manufacturing Equipment Components Need to Be Food Grade When Producing Consumables

When sourcing equipment, it’s vital to ask the right questions from the beginning.  What surfaces of your equipment is going to contact product?  Only non-seeping, non-porous, and non-corrosive materials are appropriate for contact with food or medical products.

Indications That a Certificate of Analysis is Legitimate

Indications That a Certificate of Analysis is Legitimate

Just like a store who supplies cannabis products, the consumer also wants to know that the cannabis they are buying is safe for consumption. One of the best ways to determine this is by asking to see a CoA, or Certificate of Analysis. Each properly manufactured cannabis product will have a CoA.

How Can Consumers in Cannabis Legalized States Know a Cannabis Extract is Safe for Use?

How Can Consumers in Cannabis Legalized States Know a Cannabis Extract is Safe for Use?

Many patients and consumers are now purchasing cannabis from licensed pharmacies in cannabis legalized states. These products are available in a variety of forms. But the more cannabis is converted into an unfamiliar form, the more that can go wrong during the manufacturing process. As consumers are becoming more informed, more are demanding to know about the safety of the cannabis extract they’re buying from a licensed pharmacy. Just how can a consumer know that a cannabis extract is safe for use?