Lab Reports

Engage Hemp Health is committed to giving you a product that either matches or supersedes the hemp flower milligrams listed on the label.

For that reason, we re-test the hemp flower lab report to ensure it matches the COA lab report supplied by the grower upon purchase. If the CBD and THC potency do not match the COA report, we do not use the product. We maintain our standards of <0.3% THC and >10% CBD and will not use product that does not meet these requirements.

Once we have determined the CBD numbers confirmed by two labs, we process the hemp flower via a patent-pending process that retains the full spectrum benefits of the whole plant. NO HEAT or CHEMICALS are used in processing. 

Therefore, our final products have been tested 3 times before distribution to confirm they contain the total cannabinoids as listed on the jar.

In order to better understand the attached lab reports, I asked Luke Khoury at Sonoma Lab Works to explain how they test our final Garlic-Mix and Popcorn-Mix products to confirm total cannabinoid levels. This is his response:

“In the report for the Garlic Mix samples, it has listed 3.66 mg of CBDA per gram of seasoning as well as 0.30 mg of CBD per gram of seasoning. Together, that is approximately 3.96 mg of CBD+CBDA per gram of seasoning. Consequently, each serving size is 3.49 grams of seasoning which itself contains a total of 13.82 mg of CBD+CBDA.

Important to note, is the conversion factor of how much CBD can be derived from CBDA, which is due to the loss of carbon dioxide (CO2) when material undergoes decarboxylation during a heating process. The way to calculate potential CBD from CBDA is multiplying the concentration of CBDA by 0.877 (which is the approximate molecular mass ration of CBD to CBDA).

Following this correction factor, the Total “Potential CBD per serving would be as follows (3.66*0.877)+0.30)*3.49=12.249mg Total Potential CBD per serving.”

Our label shows total hemp flower powder to yield 200 mg per jar. Each jar contains 20 servings. Therefore each 1 tsp serving would contain 10mg/serving (1 tsp). As you can see, the actual CBD content in a jar is 12.249 mg. total potential CBD per serving. These numbers confirm that the actual total cannabinoids in the final product actually supersede our label yield of 10 mg/serving.

Now it is possible to control just how much CBD you want to add to your foods. Like Carl’s Junior, you can now have a CBD burger, but you will know exactly how much CBD is in your meal.

Just as we were first to create natural, salt-free seasoning blends, marketed under the Parsley Patch brand, we are first to create a line of seasoned and unseasoned hemp flower blends, marketed under Engage Hemp Health, because we love making your food tastier and healthier.

Typically, the fact that our bodies need phytonutrients to fight free radical damage, we rely on herbs and spices, fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains and legumes a to get these daily doses of phytonutrients—until now.

Now the amazing hemp plant is showing great promise for human health, because there are over 400 phytonutrients found in hemp plants. 

Hemp is virtual treasure trove of phytonutrients and phytocompounds, like chlorophyll, flavonoids, terpenes, and omega fatty acids including 3, 6, & 9 that help fight free radical damage.

Shake your way to health with confidence, knowing you control your own CBD dosage. 

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