WTF is a COA? Understanding the Incognito Certificate of Analysis (COA)

The Importance of Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Cannabis Products

The Certificate of Analysis, or COA, is a lab report that holds the key to understanding the safety, potency, and overall quality of cannabis products. This information is required for every cannabis product legally sold, and ensures that they meet the safety and legal standards for sales and consumption. And while product COA’s must be readily accessible for review, the information is not always understandable to many consumers.

Here's a quick explanation of what is included, and how to interpret, COA information:

Potency Analysis

This lists exactly which cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, are present in the product, and in what quantities. These values can also help you gauge the beverage's potency and tailor your consumption to your desired effects.

Purity and Contaminants

Look for results concerning the presence of pesticides, heavy metals, and microbial contaminants. A clean COA assures you that the beverage meets safety standards and doesn't pose health risks.

Residual Solvents

While no solvents were used in the production of Incognito beverages, the COA would reveal the existence of solvent residues. A clean COA in this category ensures a safe consumption experience.

Regulatory Compliance

Make sure the COA verifies the product's compliance with applicable government regulations. This ensures that the beverage is legal and aligns with your local laws.

By thoroughly reviewing the Certificate of Analysis for a cannabis product, you can make informed decisions about the product's safety and ensure that you're selecting a high-quality and dependable product that meets your expectations and standards.

Incognito Spritz COA information is easily accessible to review on our website.