Lab Tested Delta 8 THC From The Tiny Dancer
Knowing how to read a lab report is critical to you staying legal and safe from potentially consuming contaminations.
Every batch & stage of The Tiny Dancer products are tested for cannabinoid potency & various contaminations from a reputable lab with an ISO 17025 accreditation. Staying legal requires less than 0.3% delta 9 THC. To stay safe, make sure the sample passes all contamination testing.
If you have any questions regarding the lab reports listed below, please contact us at any time.
The Tiny Dancer products are lab tested from well known nationally recognized labs, you can contact them directly to verify the authenticity of our Certificate Of Analysis (COA) lab test results.
How To Read The Tiny Dancer Delta 8 THC Lab Results?
When viewing lab reports, the first most critical piece of information to verify is that that sample is compliant with federal law and contains less than 0.3% delta 9 THC.
Links to The Tiny Dancer lab reports (PDF)
- Rainbow Kush (View Lab Report)
- Tiny Twistz (View Lab Report)
- Tropical Cough (View Lab Report)
- Punch’d (View Lab Report)
- Blue Rush (View Lab Report)
- OG Wreck (View Lab Report)
- G-Spot (View Lab Report)
- Mac Nilla (View Lab Report)
- Mango (View Lab Report)
- Pink Lemonade (View Lab Report)
- Blue Raspberry (View Lab Report)
- Strawberry (View Lab Report)
- Watermelon (View Lab Report)
Lab reports can initially look like they contain a vast amount of information that may be too hard to quickly understand.
There are a few key phases of the manufacturing process that’s critical to send a sample to the lab to verify quality and safety.
The first key testing stage of delta 8 THC production is the purified delta 8 THC distillate.
After the initial purified delta 8 THC distillate passes lab testing, the distillate is then infused with final flavorings.
Once the final flavors are added to the end product, it’s critical to again send the sample of the final product to the lab.
Lab reports outline extensive detail containing information including.
- Lab information
- Name of product being sampled
- Date of manufacture
- Batch number
- Overall PASS or FAIL
- Potency of 11 different cannabinoids
- Heavy Metals
- Residual Solvents
- And more
Extensive lab testing at every phase of the production cycle is the foundation of what establishes a quality delta 8 THC vape disposable company.
Even though The Tiny Dancer sources its hemp from American farmers who don’t use pesticides at any stage of the cultivation process, we still run a lab test for the 59 potential types of pesticides to make absolute certain you’re receiving a quality final product.
Microbial, mycotoxins, heavy metal, general filth, and residual solvent contamination testing are critical additional tests required for the initial purified delta 8 THC distillate and the final product to verify quality and safety at every level of the production process.
What’s A Quality Testing Lab For Delta 8 THC Products?
The Tiny Dancer creates premium delta 8 THC vape disposables containing up to 93% pure delta 8 THC distillate.
Our commitment to quality and producing premium delta 8 THC products starts with thorough third-party lab testing.
We don’t do any testing in house, all of our lab testing is performed by independent laboratories who are ISO 17025 accredited.
Labs with ISO 17025 accreditation earn this certification by meeting and exceeding extensive requirements for operational competence in testing and calibration.
In order to receive certification for being technically competent, you must have the necessary equipment capable of rendering accurate and valid results.
Achieving accurate, valid, and reliable testing requires the utilization of advanced testing technology.
Advanced testing technology used to measure the delta 8 THC potency in The Tiny Dancer’s vape disposables include a combination of gas and/or liquid chromatography with mass spectrometric detection.
Complex testing mechanisms used by licensed labs are able to identify all unique molecules in the sample, that includes organic material, potentially synthetic ingredients, and all the other potential additives.
Why Is Lab Testing And Company Transparency Important?
ISO 17026 accredited testing labs have the ability to perform extensive tests to verify product purity and potency at several levels.
Extensive lab testing and transparency is critical to maintain the trust of your consumers that it’s a safe, clean, and pure product.
The Tiny Dancer aims for complete transparency at every step of the manufacturing and production process to maintain the highest levels of ongoing quality.
One of the foundational pillars of The Tiny Dancer is compliance, safety, and quick access to our lab reports.
Our goal is to provide the best educational experience for you to understand our quality production and safety testing Standard Operating Procedures.
A major part of our customer service begins with providing you easy access to extensive lab testing reports from quality accredited labs.
Why Is It Critical To Always View The Lab Reports Prior To Purchasing Delta 8 THC Products?
Most cannabinoids available for purchase are unregulated and require the industry to regulate itself.
While existing in an unregulated market, cannabinoids are under the watchful eye of various levels of government.
With new cannabis products continuing to sweep across the nation, the public is upgrading its tone, understanding, and tolerance.
As delta 8 THC continues to become more known by the mainstream, it’s quickly becoming common knowledge that delta 8 THC is currently federally legal and has much more mild psychoactive effects.
Even though delta 8 THC exists in a mostly legal status across individual states and counties, delta 8 THC isn’t completely in the clear just yet.
For delta 8 THC to be legal — where it is legal — it has to follow strict guidelines outlined and approved in the 2018 Farm Bill.
This historic Farm Bill document firmly established the legitimacy and legality of delta 8 THC that’s extracted from hemp while containing less than 0.3% delta 9 THC.
Since delta 8 is “not” delta 9, it’s technically compliant under federal law, according to the 2018 Farm Bill.
Once delta 8 THC strictly followed the statutes detailed in the Farm Bill, county, state, and federal regulations, delta 8 THC is available for the open legal market to enjoy.
Hemp crops producing delta 8 THC must also come from a licensed hemp grower, thus raising the bar of verifiable quality from seed to inhale.
What To Look For In A Quality Delta 8 THC Company?
Thorough reports from ISO accredited labs set the foundational tone for a quality delta 8 THC company.
Users aiming for long term consumption of delta 8 THC oils might want to consider the critical importance of putting verifiably clean products into their bodies.
It’s critical you know how to read a Certificate Of Analysis generated by a lab with proper international licensing to verify you’re about to consume a safe, clean, pure delta 8 THC oil.
After verifying your delta 8 THC oil is safe to consume, you might be interested in how specifically your delta 8 THC oil is being created and the processes behind the manufacturing machine.
Transparency of a delta 8 THC company in an unregulated industry can give you peace of mind knowing the highest quality procedures are standardized in their mass delta 8 THC vape disposable productions.
Establishing this level of transparency and well earned trust by your consumers can make you feel confident knowing you are buying, ingesting, and referring your friends to invest in a quality delta 8 THC product line.