Hempura Lab Certificates
Lab reports are a legal requirement to sell CBD oil products in the UK. At Hempura, we operate full traceability and process for managing the batches of our products to ensure safety. Hempura products are manufactured with their unique batch code and corresponding lab report to prove the important CBD, THC and CBN content. Read more about Hempura here. This code, also found on the rear of all products, can be searched on our online database below.
Every batch of hemp is tested, along with each batch of extract used during the manufacturing processes of Hempura products to guarantee absolute quality. You can even search your batch code on our database. Batch numbers are displayed large on every applicable product and can be searched in the Hempura database. You may read more about our lab reports here and also see our reports database.
Hempura tea is manufactured from hemp and is designed to be enjoyed as a herbal tea. Lab reports are unnecessary for Hempura tea as they contain only trace levels of CBD, and are not designed for delivering CBD into the body. For safety and traceability, we provide a production batch code on all our products.
The THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBN (Cannabinol) are important because these are both restricted substances in the UK and must be undetectable for the product to be legal. Although organic compounds extracted similarly from hemp as CBD, THC and CBN can have psychoactive effects on the user. All Hempura products test at <0.03% THC and CBN, we always ensure every product we sell is legal and safe for use.
Our full-spectrum original extracts are left relatively raw after initial extraction, and our broad-spectrum refined extracts go through an extra refinement process to create a highly pure concentrated extract with much of the original hemp constituents removed. This process can inherently removes very tiny amounts of the organic compounds at the benefit of enhanced taste so some may find our original extract more potent, but ultimately both extracts are fantastic, and it is entirely up to the user on which to use.
Generally, only compounds above 0.03% of any given solution are able to be detected accurately with modern analytical machines, below these levels, “in analytical chemistry, [the] lower limit of detection, or LOD (limit of detection), is the lowest quantity of a substance that can be distinguished from the absence of that substance (a blank value) with a stated confidence level (generally 99%)” (en.wikipedia.org), but still remain in our extracts at trace levels. The most common techniques used for analysing the cannabinoids in hemp extracts, are high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC; formerly referred to as high-pressure liquid chromatography), and gas chromatography.
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