Redefining cost, quality an transparency with CBD Oil
*This product is part of the InfiniTree project meaning we will plant a tree for every single bottle sold!
Our Infinity CBD 3K is made using our Full Spectrum CBD Distillate made to 10% in a 30ml bottle. For those of you using the 1,000mg tincture this is the natural next step for longevity an cost effectiveness, saving you 33% vs buying 1,000mg bottles individually.
Conveniently sized for portability and a glass dropper to accurately measure your daily dose!
Don't be put off by our low price, we aim to bring the best quality full spectrum tincture at a price that doesn't break the bank!
250mg 10ml = 8 drops roughly 10mg
500mg 10ml = 4 drops roughly 10mg
1000mg 10ml = 2 drops roughly 10mg
3000mg 30ml = 2 drops roughly 10mg
So how do we verify our CBD Contents and what is actually in each bottle? We formulate our products allowing for a 20% discrepancy in lab reports meaning that at the very least the mg count shown on the bottle is what will be present in the bottle. More often than not it results in a 10-20% additional CBD content.
As there can be discrepancies between lab results we want to ensure you can have complete peace of mind that you get what you are paying for. At a cost to ourselves this method ensures that you are never short changed. Our MG count is based purely off of CBD not CBD + CBDA or the total cannabinoid count. This means that our 3,000mg bottle will have a minimum of 3,000MG CBD plus all additional cannabinoids found in our Full Spectrum extract on top.
Lab tests explained
So you’re bound to have come across the term ‘Lab tested CBD’ but what does it really mean? How do you read a lab report and are all lab tests equal?
The reason lab tested CBD is being touted everywhere is because with a new emerging market that is unregulated it’s important to be able to prove the quality and content of your products. However this can be easier said than done and I’ll go into little as to why without getting too complicated!
Not all lab tests are made the same, there are two primary kinds of tests used in this industry currently, Gas Chromatography and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography. Both of these are well established methods but there is a big difference in the results you could see depending on which method you choose. For example if you had some CBD oil that had 10% CBD in it and 2% CBDA and then proceeded to get it tested via both methods, the HPLC results would show 10% CBD and 2% CBDA, the Gas Chromatography would show 12% CBD. This discrepancy is due to the fact that Gas Chromatography heats the sample during testing and in turn converts the CBDA into CBD. So you lab test doesn’t accurately represent the true level of CBD in the source material tested.
Generally speaking this isn’t the end of the world and with companies who know what they’re doing will have taken this into consideration.
So what do lab tests show? Typically most lab reports you’ll come across will show potency testing of the main four cannabinoids (CBD, CBDA, THC and THCA). These potency tests not only show the actual CBD content in the product but also the legality of its THC content. More extensive lab reports will have a full panel test of the other cannabinoids as well such as CBG, CBN, Delta 8 THC and others. Another type of test that is important is one looking for pesticides and heavy metals, it’s important to make sure what you’re taking is safe and as a lot of large CBD producers gather raw materials from multiple farms/ harvest it’s never safe to assume they’re clean without checking!
So how do we deal with lab tests?
Well firstly we ensure that our CBD has been tested from the source for heavy metals and pesticides, then we ensure it has been tested post extraction for residual solvents to make sure its completely clean and safe to use. Safety is paramount to our ethos backed by quality where we proceed to have two potency tests done. One provided by the supplier and an additional one done by a third party to verify potency. This gives us a solid reference point for manufacturing before we formulate it for our needs.
Once we have formulated our CBD to the strength we need for a specific product we then get an additional lab test done to ensure our mix was done correctly.
Discrepancies between lab tests
Although we rely on HPLC testing you still find that the same batch can return different results from different labs or additional tests. Typically we’ve seen a variation of 10-15% up or down through the various tests that we’ve had. Therefor we allow for a 20% difference ensuring that what we state on the label is the minimum CBD content. For example our 1,000mg tincture will have 1,000-1,200mg in never below. This means that you know you are getting what you paid for (and often more!) and as always with Infinity CBD the MG count on our bottles is total MGs of CBD not combined cannabinoids!