Certificate of Analysis
Certificate of Analysis (COA) Library
All of Ahya's Heirloom Hemp™ products go through a rigorous third-party testing process to ensure the high quality of every batch. We check for full potency, providing verification of cannabinoid content and lack of THC, as well as the lack of pesticides (50 pesticides panel) and lack of heavy metals (arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury).
To view the Certificate of Analysis for the product you are holding in your hand, click the link that corresponds with the batch number on the package.
To understand how much CBD or other cannabinoids Ahya products contain, you must look at the “Result (mg/g)” column of the Cannabinoid Profile on Ahya’s certificate of analysis (COA) for potency. Ahya’s COA is currently measured in milligrams per gram (mg/g). Most of our products are measured and packaged in milliliters (ml), which requires some math to convert the results to actual quantities inside any Ahya product you’ve purchased.
1 mg/g is equivalent to 1 mg/ml. So to determine the total of any cannabinoid in any given product, you multiple the “result (mg/g)” by the number of milliliters in the product. As an example, in the Cannabinoid Profile Explained below, you’ll find 51.19 mg/g of CBD in Ahya’s Relief product. Relief is sold in a 60 ml bottle. So the total CBD in a Relief package is 51.19 * 60 which comes out to 3071.4 mg of CBD per bottle for this particular batch.
For ensuring compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill, the measurement for THC in the column labeled “Result (%)” is most important. Below, in the sample COA you will see THC measures at 0.072% which is far below the 0.30% required by the Farm Bill. Some Ahya products show THC at undetectable levels which means the amount is even lower. This is why Ahya’s products are fully legal, and available in all fifty States.
All Ahya full-spectrum hemp products are tested by a third party for a lack of heavy metals including Arsenic, Cadmium, Mercury and Lead. All products must come back completely clear in order to make it to our inventory and to your home. Please check the specific COA corresponding to your lot number for complete and accurate results.
Pesticides and Herbicides*
All Ahya full-spectrum hemp products are tested by a third party for a lack of pesticides and herbicides (50 pesticide and herbicide panel). All products must come back completely clear in order to make it to our inventory and to your home. Please check the specific COA corresponding to your lot number for complete and accurate results.
Cannabinoid Profile Explained
At Ahya, we do not use isolates or extracts in the manufacture of our full-spectrum hemp products. Instead, Ahya CBD wellness products are formulated from the purest, premium full-spectrum hemp, our Heirloom Hemp™. What this means, is that we use the whole plant and include all of the natural complexity and nuance of pure hemp oil when making our products.
Below is just one example of a Certificate of Analysis (COA) with some explanation regarding the potency of Ahya’s Relief muscle balm explained for illustrative purposes. Purchased product may vary, please check the specific COA corresponding to your lot number for complete and accurate results.
- Most importantly, THC tests at below the legal limit of 0.30% This is how Ahya products are legal in all 50 states, nationwide. Here, this batch of Relief topical spray has 0.072% THC over 4 times below the legal limit.
- Ahya’s full-spectrum Heirloom Hemp™ allows us to deliver a topical spray containing a substantial presence of at least six cannabinoids (CBD, CBN, CBG, THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin, not to be confused with Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC), CBDV, and CBC). The combined concentration of these six cannabinoids provides a total of 5,800 mg of total cannabinoids, 3,071 mg of which are CBD, in one bottle of Relief topical spray.
- Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most understood and researched of the cannabinoids, in large part because it is usually the dominate cannabinoid in any full spectrum hemp product. This COA reflects 3,071 milligrams of CBD in each bottle of Relief topical spray.
- Cannabinol (CBN) is a cannabinoid that is gaining in popularity for a number of reasons including research showing it aids with sleep and when combined with CBD can assist with muscle and joint pain.
- Cannabigerol (CBG) is a cannabinoid that is beginning to receive significant attention for its anti-inflammatory properties.
- Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) is another cannabinoid, not to be confused with THC, with potential regulatory and homeostasis benefits, including possible increase focus and mental clarity as well as possible appetite and emotional regulation (these claims remain currently unsupported by clinical research).
- Cannabidivarin (CBDV) is a cannabinoid that in early (and still inconclusive) studies shows to slow nerve cell activity causing it to have general anti-inflammatory properties.
- Cannabichromene (CBC) is a cannabinoid that researchers believe could assist with the reduction in pain, swelling and be useful for other anti-inflammatory purposes. However, research is very limited to date.
Note regarding non-detectible levels (ND): Not all cannabinoids show a detectable presence on Ahya’s lab results. This does not mean other cannabinoids are missing or are not present. In fact, Ahya’s Heirloom Hemp™ (as one of the purest and most naturally grown, harvested, and processed products on the market) contains up to 150 distinct cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds found naturally in the hemp plant.
Note on other whole-plant compounds: At this time, Ahya does not test for terpenes and other nutrients. Check back later as we are always striving to bring more transparency to our customers.
* Statements regarding the various cannabinoids present in Ahya’s products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Ahya’s products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information provided is not medical advice and is not a substitute for medical care. If you are suffering from a medical condition, please consult your physician.