Israeli Cannabis Research Company Publish Report Saying “Research Reveals 53% of Tested CBG Products Had The Wrong Amount Of CBG”

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They’re back and yet another report from them illustrating that testing and labeling is still more than an inexact science in the industry. They say by way of introduction CBG has become very popular as a minor cannabinoid recently, but it’s harder to source than CBD. So Leafreport.com, the CBD industry’s peer-reviewed watchdog website, set out to see if companies were providing what they advertised. Our  findings were concerning: Over half (52.6%) of the products sent for testing contained the wrong amount of CBG. These products were off from the labeled CBG strength by anywhere from 10.4% to 64.7%. Out of 24 products advertised to carry a specific amount of CBG and CBD, 7 (29%) were accurate for CBG but not CBD, 8 (33%) were accurate for CBD but not CBG. Only 4 (17%) were accurate for both CBD and CBG labels. Topicals were the least accurate product category Products from leading brands performed better than those made by small companies   THE ABSTRACT Report Finds That Only 4 Out Of 24 Products Advertised To Contain Both CBG And CBD Matched The Labeled Strength . Aimed at understanding if CBG products provide the advertised amount of CBG, the findings found that over half (52.6%) of the products sent for testing contained the wrong amount of CBG. These products were off from the labeled CBG strength by anywhere from 10.4% to 64.7%. Among the findings, the Company found that out of 24 products advertised to carry a specific amount of CBG and CBD, only 4 (17%) matched both the CBD and CBG labels. In addition, seven products (29%) were accurate for CBG but not CBD, 8 (33%) were accurate for CBD but not CBG, and 5 (21%) were inaccurate for both. All 15 of the products advertised to contain broad or…

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