WHAT OUR BATCH LABEL MEANS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Total mg count of cannabinoids in the package is important so you know how potent your product is and if the advertised cannabinoid count matches the testing COA. In the image above this 30:1 Tincture has 407.29 mg of CBD and 13.55 mg of THC.
Cannabinoid count per serving is crucial to knowing how much total THC and total CBD is in each serving of the product, so your dosage is accurate for your needs and tolerance level. On our label you can see that each serving contains 6.78 mg CBD and 0.22 mg of THC per serving.
Serving size is knowing how much you should take for the desired amount of THC and CBD. The standard serving per container is 0.25ml and there are 60 servings in the entire bottle.
Batch #: Regulations require that all cannabis products are tested in batches. The batch ID refers to the specific product in your hand and identifies it from seed to sale. Of particular note, you’ll notice the letters ‘TN’ in the batch id: 082819TN002. This is referencing that it is a tincture.
Best By Date: This section of the batch label serves as a measure for how long the product is at full strength. Regulations state that cannabis products must show a best by date of within one year. Because Papa & Barkley utilizes a whole plant process for our products, they last significantly longer than what the regulation outlines.
Manufacturing Date: This refers to when the batch was actually manufactured, meaning when the balm, tincture, or body oil was placed into its vessel.
Packaged Date: When the product is placed in its final packaging.
Tested Date: This refers to the exact date when the batch was tested by a certified third-party cannabis testing lab, such as our partners SC Labs and CannaSafe. Third-party testing labs are crucial to ensuring clean cannabis. We go above and beyond regulations to ensure each product meets our clean standards by triple-testing each batch throughout the process.
Manufacturing/Distribution Licenses: These refer to the manufacturing and distribution licenses of the company that made the product (aka us!) The specific manufacturing license refers to the actual building where the product was made and its physical location.
Logo of which third-party lab tested the product: Identifies the certified third-party cannabis testing lab that did the testing as a quality assurance measure. California State regulation requires that the total THC and the total CBD are listed on each label. But, depending on the type of product, the levels of THC will vary. For a product such as our 30:1 CBD-Rich Tincture (pictured above).