We purchased this CBD product and tested it at independent testing facilities to measure levels of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids and compare the results to the manufacturer's claims. Here are the results. (Learn more about our review process.)
The unadulterated test results on this page come directly from these certificates of analysis from two independent labs, which we pay directly. These are two independent lab tests of one product, at one point in time. We do not guarantee that all products or labs will produce the same results. Lab results may differ based on the different methodologies of testing used by each lab or inconsistencies in the product. Added ingredients may affect lab results. Volume of creams and edibles may change due to factors such as temperature, and this may impact lab results. Learn more about our review process.
Sunsoil claims to have 20 mg of CBD per milliliter. The lab estimates this oil is 0.96 grams per milliliter. So, a gram is close enough to a milliliter. The independent labs found about 25 mg of CBD, 0.8 mg of THC, 3.0 mg of CBDa, 1.5 mg of CBC, and around 0.5 mg of CBG per gram. This is a well-round full-spectrum extract with lots of cannabinoids.
*It's common to see oral CBD doses at 5 mg, 15 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg for consumer products. Researchers use much larger doses (25 mg to 1500 mg of CBD). CBD dosing is highly individualized and much less is known about topical CBD doses.
The average full-spectrum extract for oral consumption costs 10 cents per milligram of CBD. This oil is 4 cents per milligram of CBD and that’s an excellent deal considering that it’s USDA organic hemp and organic coconut oil.
The package quantity in grams is 28.983, based on a g/ml conversion factor of 0.96610 reported by Lab B.
Disclaimer: the lab results here are an estimate and will not be exact. The labs measure solids in grams. Manufacturer claims for this product are in milliliters, which is a measure of volume. Volume can change based on temperature, settling, air pockets, etc. Additional ingredients and the consistency of oils/solids may also affect lab results.
Sunsoil claims this is a full-spectrum extract in coconut oil. Our lab tests confirmed a full-spectrum hemp extract containing CBD and substantial amounts of THC, CBDa, CBC, and CBG.
The independent labs found that Sunsoil contained about 21% more CBD than suggested by their label. However, the labs measured this coconut oil in grams, and Sunsoil made claims in milliliters, which is a measure of volume that can fluctuate in coconut oil. The lab results suggest that Sunsoil gives a little more CBD, but our results are not precise.
Sunsoil is best known for USDA Organic CBD products from seed to sale. But I know Sunsoil because they're cheap and I'm cheap. They also happen to have high quality, simple, and natural CBD products. I've tested their oils in the past and they’re currently on my Best CBD Oils page. This coconut oil tested very well at the lab. It's got a ton of cannabinoids and it's a great price. I love that the ingredients are simple: organic hemp and organic coconut oil. Is this product for me? No. It tastes like natural, earthy hemp and that's because it is. I also bought this for topical use because that's how it was advertised, and it's gross for that purpose. This oil becomes a thick green paste when temperatures fall below 74 degrees Fahrenheit. However, there is a market for people that want a potent full-spectrum hemp extract and coconut oil. I’m just not that market but my lab tests say that this is an excellent product for those people who live a more natural lifestyle.