The CBD industry is growing, with no signs of slowing down. And while this is great news, it’s becoming increasingly more and more important to find the highest quality CBD oil in order to reap the full benefits of CBD. All CBD is not created the same.
A recent study found that less than 26% of all CBD products (tested and sold) on the market contain less CBD than their labels claimed.
At Rosebud CBD, we are fueled by a genuine connection with our customers that is built on trust and transparency. Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest quality CBD available- products that we not only test and religiously use ourselves, but that we are proud to share with our family, friends, and you.
“I believe in the power of hemp and cannabis because our biology shows such a strong and natural connection. I hope Rosebud brings people relief, but more importantly, the ability to live a happy and comfortable life feeling like their best selves.”
Founder and CEO
Click here to learn more about Rosebud’s owner and founder, Alexis Rosenbaum.
What is a Third-Party Lab Report?
Third-party lab reports are unbiased information of what’s actually in the CBD product that is being purchased.
Rosebud CBD uses a third party lab that has no affiliation with our brand, or with any organization that is mandating specific results to test our CBD. In order to fully stand behind the quality of our products, we provide these current batch reports, that are always available here on our website.
These third-party lab reports will detail the potency of our CBD, and give our customers the proper information they need to make an informed decision about what they’re putting in and on their bodies.
You may be wondering, “How is CBD potency measured?”
Well, the lab runs our CBD oil through a hi-tech chromatography machine, to find out exactly much of the CBD is present, and the accuracy of the manufacturer’s claims.
They also test for other full-spectrum compounds, like terpenes.
How Do I Read a Third-Party Lab Report?
Third-party lab reports contain extremely valuable information- but unless you’re a cannabinoid expert, they can be difficult to understand.
Here are a few tips on how to read the test results of our third-party lab reports:
These are the main compounds to look out for when purchasing a full-spectrum oil: CBD (aka cannabidiol) and other cannabinoids (like CBC, THCA, CBG, CBDA, and CBN). These additional cannabinoids are also found in the hemp plant, and end up in CBD oil due to the extraction process.
These are all non-psychoactive, and will not get you high.
Make sure the batch report does not include any pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, or fertilizers. Rosebud CBD hemp is sun-grown, on a small farm in Oregon. Not a single thing is sprayed on our plants. We also test for heavy metals, mold and bacteria.
Stay away from CBD oil that has the term “microbe” in the lab report. There are different species of microbial organisms (good and bad) but you don’t want any present in your CBD.
Industrial hemp is allowed by the FDA to contain no more than 0.3% THC- so make sure that if you’re buying full-spectrum CBD oil, the lab report shows that there is less than 0.3% THC present.
Rosebud CBD is full spectrum- if you’re interested in learning more about the difference between full-spectrum, broad (or wide) spectrum, and CBD Isolate, click here.