How We Test Our CBD

Why You Should Care About How We Lab Test


When it comes to our CBD products, we want to highlight one thing and one thing only: our lab testing.

We do this because we want to provide you with overwhelming confidence and safety procedures in what we make.


Certificate of Analysis (CoA) Separates The Good From The Bad


By now, you probably already know that the CBD industry is loaded with low-quality products. A simple google search will reveal this pretty easily but you may have been unfortunate enough to learn this lesson the hard way by trying a low-quality product.



You can’t just trust a brand because they have a post on their Instagram page that says 




A lab test (called a certificate of analysis) is the only way you can verify how they’re guaranteeing what they say is in the bottle.


If a thorough lab test is performed and it’s performed frequently and consistently, you’ll KNOW you have quality. You’ll know you’re getting what you’re paying for and you can have confidence in your product.


We’ve made it easy for you to understand any lab test you may come across by creating a guide for you. Ours are plain and straight-forward so you probably would be able to skim through it easily, but just in case:


Click here to see our guide: How to read a CBD lab test


How Omnia Naturals Does Lab Testing

CBD is produced from the hemp flower and it’s done in large amounts. When we have CBD produced, we take a sample of that batch and send it off to the lab before we allow the sale of it on our website or in stores.


We’re lab testing every batch not just once in a while or once a year like the industry recommends. We want every lab test to ensure that CoA is as accurate as we can make it. The only way to do that is to perform a lab test as often as we make the stuff, so that’s what we do.

hemp farming, cbd production and lab testing


It’s expensive to do, it’s tedious to track, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Our job is to put out a good product and that costs effort and money.

If you’re not looking closely, you can get tricked.


The front page of a CoA from Omnia Naturals

A CoA may be from over a year ago. A CoA could be performed on CBD powder and not on the product you just bought. It may not even be from that batch.


We’ve taken steps to show you that our CBD is verifiable.


1- The lab we hire includes a picture of the product being sampled. You’ll know your purchased product was the batch that was tested.


2- We have a QR code on the lab test and that same QR code is found on the bottle. Each batch gets its own tracking.


3- Our lab tests are always less than 1 year old and are open for everyone to view. Since each batch is tested, frequently our lab tests may be as frequent as every 2-3 months.

The bottom Line


We’re providing CBD for first responders. If we want you to have confidence in our product, we need to provide you with overwhelming safety and lab testing policies that you can verify.


We’ve done just that and we’d love to answer any questions at any time. You can give our owner a call or text on his cell phone.


(561) 570-5223

It’s important that you ensure the CBD products you buy are tested by a THIRD PARTY laboratory. For example: you wouldn’t want to buy Omnia Naturals CBD tested by Omnia Naturals. You want to see Kaycha Laboratory testing Omnia Naturals. No affiliation and therefore no conflict of interest.

High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) can determine the presence and quantity of all cannabinoids like CBD and THC within a CBD product. These will be shown on a lab test or Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

A Certificate of Analysis (CoA) is commonly referred to as a lab test in the CBD industry. This is the document showing the results for everything that is tested for in a CBD product. Everything from the presence of heavy metals to the levels of CBD and THC in the product.

The most accurate way to test cannabinoids like CBD is with High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). This process allows a lab to determine which cannabinoids are present, and at what levels.

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