Here at Oasis Farms CBD, we take quality control seriously. We focus on what’s important. Take for instance pesticides. Many vendors don’t test for them whatsoever and they have been known to cause various cancers. Here at Oasis, we have passing results for each and every strain
We at http://www.oasisfarmscbd.com are required to maintain an accurate Certiﬁcate of Analysis (COA for short) for every industrial hemp CBD ﬂower product pursuant to Nevada NRS 557. During our cultivation process, we protect product quality and consistency by collecting random CBD ﬂower plant samples throughout the process. Feel free to view with conﬁdence our COA’s on our lab testing page. These are conducted by an ISO accredited 3rd part testing laboratory sanctioned by the state Department of Agriculture. To be compliant our CBD ﬂower products must contain no more than .3% delta-9 THC dry weight. Pay no mind to THCa or total THC for they are still in the acidic “a” state so psychoactive properties have not been activated. When considering purchasing CBD hemp ﬂower, read the deﬁnition below of industrial hemp as provided by Farm Bill:
The term “industrial hemp” means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry with basis.
This has been a steep learning curve for everybody. This includes customers, both retail and online, to farmers, retailers, and government agencies. As more research is completed and more education emerges the industry looks to thrive and enter new territories. All the test results below were recorded as a PASS with the NV Department of Agriculture through METRC. A complete CBD hemp ﬂower potency analysis and terpene proﬁle have been included with each test result and full panel test (potency, terpenes, microbial, moisture, pesticides, heavy metals, mycotoxins) have been completed for EVERY strain we carry. CBD ﬂower test results are the property of http:// www.oasisfarmscbd.com and cannot be altered or modiﬁed pursuant to NRS 557.