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Accurate CBD Product Labeling Is The Future

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It’s common practice in this rapidly evolving CBD industry to notice CBD concentrations of rounded numbers such as 300mg, 500mg, 600mg, 1000mg, and so on.
In actuality, the lab reports associated with these bottles are almost never exactly that rounded number on the bottle and are either rounding up or down. That’s just how it works and many of the “bad players” in this industry  lack labeling integrity to extreme limits. The rule of thumb for good brands in this industry is +/- 10% of the label, which clearly isn’t ideal, especially if you have specific numbers to go off of from third party lab results.

ATLRx believes that transparency and label accuracy should be the foundation of a good cannabis company. We have decided to take our bottle labeling to the next level by printing the exact MG on each bottle based on its specific batch #.
In order to trace this, you can simply scan the QR code on the bottle label and a lab result will pop up which will include a batch # that will match the # on the bottom of your bottle.
From there you will be able to see how many CBD mg/per 1ml dropper is in each bottle among other cannabinoids. If you multiply this # by 30 (30ml bottle), then you will be able to see the total amount of CBD in each bottle, which will also be represented on the front of each bottle as you see here in the picture of our Full Spectrum Citrus oil line.