Our COAs

COA stands for Certificate of Analysis, and it is a document that provides information about the quality and contents of a particular product, such as CBD (cannabidiol). COAs are important for CBD because they help ensure that the product is safe, pure, and effective.

COAs typically include information on the levels of various cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds in the product, as well as information on contaminants such as pesticides, heavy metals, and residual solvents. By reviewing a product's COA, you can determine whether the product contains the amount of CBD and other compounds that it claims to, and whether it is free from harmful contaminants.

COAs are particularly important for CBD because the industry is not yet well-regulated, and there is a lot of variability in the quality and contents of different CBD products. By reviewing a product's COA, you can make a more informed decision about whether it is a safe and effective choice for your needs. For these reasons, it is generally recommended that you look for products with a current, third-party COA before purchasing any CBD product.


You can access all of our COAs collected in a dynamically-updated folder here.


A COA contains a wealth of important information about the product. They're also quite complex to read and understand, particularly for consumers.

We found LeafReport's tutorial particularly helpful in unpacking this document for informed consumers.

Kazmira, ExtractLabs, and this blog on Medium all have helpful insights as well.