FROM SEED TO SAFETY
At PUFF, we are committed to providing the highest quality cannabis products to our loyal customers. To ensure safety and potency, we subject all our products to the most comprehensive range of test known to the cannabis industry.
WHAT'S A CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS?
Our COA's provide detailed information about the tests conducted and the results provided by the most trusted third-party cannabis laboratory in the country, so you can trust the quality of our products. Below is a list of the tests that can be found on our COA's and an explanation of what each test means for your safety.
10 WAYS WE GUARANTEE QUALITY
Every batch we craft goes through a stringent review. We dive into every detail, from its natural potency and aromatic terpene essence, to rooting out the slightest hint of unwanted elements. So when you grab one of our products, you can be sure it's passed all 10 of our gold-standard tests.
This refers to the concentration of active compounds in the cannabis product, most commonly THC and CBD. Knowing the potency ensures that consumers can dose accurately and achieve the desired effects.
These are aromatic compounds found naturally in the cannabis plant that contribute to its distinctive smell and flavor. They might also play a role in differentiating the effects of various cannabis strains.
These are often used in the extraction process to isolate the desired compounds from the cannabis plant. It's essential to ensure all solvents have been completely removed from the final product to avoid consumption.
This is a chemical that can sometimes be found in flavoring agents. Inhaled in large amounts, it's been associated with a serious lung condition known as "popcorn lung."
These are potentially toxic metals like lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium. They can sometimes be found in the soil where the cannabis is grown, and it's important to ensure they aren't present in harmful levels in the final product.
There's been concern over Vitamin E acetate used as a thickening agent in vaping products. It's suspected to be linked to numerous lung illnesses, so testing for its presence ensures product safety.
These are toxic compounds produced by certain fungi. When cannabis is not stored properly, mold can grow and produce these toxins which can be harmful if consumed.
Chemicals used to protect cannabis crops from pests. However, residue from these chemicals can be harmful to humans if they remain on the product.
This refers to harmful microorganisms like bacteria and fungi that can cause diseases. It's important to test for these to ensure the product is safe for consumption.
A specific type of bacteria that can cause a severe and sometimes fatal infection. It's crucial to ensure this pathogen is not present in any consumable product.
ABOVE THE STANDARD
A COA provides essential information about the safety and quality of cannabis products. By reviewing the results, consumers can ensure that the product is free from harmful contaminants and has the desired potency. Understanding a COA is important for both consumers and industry professionals, as it ensures compliance with regulatory standards and helps to maintain product quality.