Certificate of analysis

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A certificate of analysis (COA) is a document associated with cannabis derived products, attesting to its laboratory analysis for cannabinoids and in some cases adulterants, heavy metals and pesticides, mold, etc. In the United States, as of 2020, COAs are voluntary for CBD products unless purchased at a cannabis dispensary, in some states.[1] According to one nutritional text, a certificate of analysis is "an easy way to review test results from responsible companies selling cannabis and cannabis-infused products".[2] Products sold in the U.S. state of Indiana must be labeled with a QR code indicating batch number and other tracing information, as well as a link to an online certificate of analysis.[3][4]

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  1. ^ Lisa Gill and Elliot Wheeler (February 5, 2020). Podcast: Understanding CBD. Consumer Reports. Event occurs at 23:15.{{cite AV media}}: CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  2. ^ Vogel, Ashley (2018). "Commercial cultivation of cannabis". In Wedman-St.Louis, Betty (ed.). Cannabis: A Clinician's Guide. CRC Press. ISBN 978-1351398039. OCLC 1031313425.
  3. ^ Daniel Shortt (July 14, 2018). "Labeling CBD Products: The Unique Case of Indiana". Canna Law Blog. Seattle: Harris Bricken Law Group.
  4. ^ "Full Spectrum CBD Gummies". Monday, 28 June 2021