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12025 NE Marx St. Portland, OR 97220
503-253-3511 / www.greenleaflab.org

Green Leaf Lab proudly follows
ISO/IEC 17025:2005(E) Quality Standards

Cheesy Dick PHO

Dreadneck Concentrates

Analysis Methods
Potency via HPLC
Pesticide via GC-MS / ELISA
Mold & Mildew via Plate Culture

Sample ID
S123010 Matrix:
Concentrate
Date Accepted: 11/10/15 Date Analyzed: 11/17/15
Sampling Method:Laboratory Sampled Batch

Instruments
HP Agilent 1100 Series
Analysts
PMH/AKH/EEW

Testing in compliance with Oregon State Law and OAR 333-0081190

Cannabinoids (% weight)
Total THC* (THCA*0.877+D9+D8)
Total CBD ((CBDA*0.877)+CBD)

THC-A
9-THC
8-THC
THCV
CBD-A
CBD
CBDV
CBN
CBG
CBC
Total Cannabinoids

69.46
1.70
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
1.15
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
0.19
0.54
0.14
73.18

Potency Analysis
Decarboxylated* %
62.61
1.01
69.46
62.61
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
1.01
ND @ 0.01
0.19
1.70
0.54
0.14
THC-A 9-THC
64.49

Cannabinoid Profile (% weight)
80.00
70.00
60.00

50.00
40.00
30.00
20.00
1.15

0.00

0.00

8-THC

THCV CBDA

10.00
0.00

0.00

0.19

0.54

0.14

CBD

CBDV

CBN

CBG

CBC

0.00

*The HPLC measures cannabinoids in both their acidic and activated form; these values represent the potential total activated cannabinoids.

Total Colonies

<10

Mold and Mildew Screen
CFU/g

This color coded gauge represents the sample's colony forming units per
gram (CFU/g) and how it compares to flowers tested at Green Leaf Lab.
This is not a doctor's recommendation and is only a tool for helping
compare your sample to CFU/g values observed in the lab. The larger size
of the medium range indicates that the majority of samples fall within the
1400-8500 range. A CFU/g of 10,000 or above does not comply with
Oregon State law.

Pesticide Analysis
Pyrethroids
ND @ 0.1
Organophosphates
ND @ 0.1
Carbamates
ND @ 0.1
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
ND @ 0.1
Total Pesticide Content
ND @ 0.1
Definitions
ND: not detected
ppm: parts per million,
CFU/g: colony forming units per gram

1400
7100
1400

ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm

14
71
14
100

0

02
198

Scan this QR code for more information about your lab report.

Kevin Hounshell, Laboratory Director

Page 1 of 4

Test results only valid for samples collected
Reports shall not be repeated except in full

12025 NE Marx St. Portland, OR 97220
503-253-3511 / www.greenleaflab.org

Green Leaf Lab proudly follows
ISO/IEC 17025:2005(E) Quality Standards

Cheesy Dick PHO

Dreadneck Concentrates

Sample ID
Date Accepted:
Sampling Method:
Terpene Analysis
Monoterpenes

S123010 Matrix: Concentrate
11/10/15 Date Analyzed: 11/17/15
Laboratory Sampled Batch
Results in Percent

Camphene
δ 3-Carene
p-Cymene
Eucalyptol
Fenchone
Geraniol
Isopulegol
Limonene
Linalool
β-Myrcene
Nerol
β-Ocimene
α-Pinene
β-Pinene
Pulegone
α-Terpinene
γ-Terpinene
Terpinolene

0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.056%
0.000%
0.000%
0.271%
0.055%
0.435%
0.006%
0.000%
0.054%
0.096%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%

α-Bisabolol
β-Caryophyllene

0.550%
0.422%
0.890%
0.074%
0.293%
0.679%
0.189%
4.070%

Sesquiterpenes

Caryophyllene Oxide

Guaiol
α-Humulene
Nerolidol
Valencene
Total Terpenes:

Analysis Methods
Terpenes via GC-MS

Results in mg/g

ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
0.56
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
2.71
0.55
4.35
0.06
ND @ 0.01
0.54
0.96
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01

mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g

5.50
4.22
8.90
0.74
2.93
6.79
1.89
40.70

mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g

About your terpene profile

Instruments
HP 5890 / HP 5972
Analysts
PMH/AKH/EEW

Terpenes are aromatic molecules found in plant resins. They are not only
responsible for the many unique smells of Cannabis, but they accentuate the holistic
effect of cannabanoids as well. Terpene profiles can be utilized to quantify strong
flavor, identify different strains and achieve therapeutic benefits.
Green Leaf Lab’s terpene analysis quantifies the 25 most common terpenes found in
Cannabis sativa. Terpenes are generally divided into two chemical classifications:
Monoterprens and sesquiterpenes.
All of the monoterpenes are very similar in chemical
structure, containing 10 carbons and 6 hydrogens.
Although, they are similar, the varying arrangements
produce distinct aromas. Changes such as oxidation
and rerrangement produce monoterpenoids which will
have a different chemical formula.
Monoterpenes are more volatile than sesquiterpenes;
the aromas tend to be stronger and they are more
prone to being lost by heating and oxidation.
Myrcene and Limonene are examples of an acyclic and cyclic monoterpene,
respectively. They both share a basic structure containing a backbone of 10 carbon
atoms, however arranged uniquely.

The sesquiterpenes are a more complex class of terpenes. They
are also generally aromatic, but are also heavier and less
volatile. Thus, they often remain after some of the more volatile
monoterpenes have broken down under heat or oxidation.
These two common terpenes have quite
varied structure and different
therapeutic properties. For more on the
individual terpenes we test for, see our
"Interpreting Test Results" document.

Terpene Profile
Camphene
δ 3-Carene
p-Cymene
Eucalyptol
Fenchone
Geraniol
Isopulegol
Linalool
Nerol
β-Ocimene
α-Pinene
β-Pinene
Pulegone
α-Terpinene
γ-Terpinene
Terpinolene

Limonene
β-Myrcene

β-Caryophyllene
Guaiol

α-Bisabolol
Caryophyllene Oxide

α-Humulene

Nerolidol

Valencene
0.00

1.00

2.00

Rowshan Reordan
Managing Partner, Laboratory Official

3.00

4.00

5.00
mg/g

Page 2 of 4

6.00

7.00

8.00

9.00

10.00

Test results only valid for samples collected
Reports shall not be repeated except in full

12025 NE Marx St. Portland, OR 97220
503-253-3511 / www.greenleaflab.org

Green Leaf Lab proudly follows
ISO/IEC 17025:2005(E) Quality Standards

Purple Hindu Kush PHO

Dreadneck Concentrates

Analysis Methods
Potency via HPLC
Pesticide via GC-MS / ELISA
Mold & Mildew via Plate Culture

Sample ID
S123042 Matrix:
Concentrate
Date Accepted: 11/10/15 Date Analyzed: 11/17/15
Sampling Method:Laboratory Sampled Batch

Instruments
HP Agilent 1100 Series
Analysts
PMH/AKH/EEW

Testing in compliance with Oregon State Law and OAR 333-0081190

Cannabinoids (% weight)
Total THC* (THCA*0.877+D9+D8)
Total CBD ((CBDA*0.877)+CBD)

THC-A
9-THC
8-THC
THCV
CBD-A
CBD
CBDV
CBN
CBG
CBC
Total Cannabinoids

69.55
1.94
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
1.76
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
0.16
0.34
0.20
73.95

Potency Analysis
Decarboxylated* %
62.94
69.55
1.54
62.94
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
1.54
ND @ 0.01
0.16
1.94
0.34
0.20
THC-A 9-THC
65.18

Cannabinoid Profile (% weight)
80.00
70.00
60.00

50.00
40.00
30.00
20.00
1.76

0.00

0.00

8-THC

THCV CBDA

10.00
0.00

0.00

0.16

0.34

0.20

CBD

CBDV

CBN

CBG

CBC

0.00

*The HPLC measures cannabinoids in both their acidic and activated form; these values represent the potential total activated cannabinoids.

Total Colonies

<10

Mold and Mildew Screen
CFU/g

This color coded gauge represents the sample's colony forming units per
gram (CFU/g) and how it compares to flowers tested at Green Leaf Lab.
This is not a doctor's recommendation and is only a tool for helping
compare your sample to CFU/g values observed in the lab. The larger size
of the medium range indicates that the majority of samples fall within the
1400-8500 range. A CFU/g of 10,000 or above does not comply with
Oregon State law.

Pesticide Analysis
Pyrethroids
ND @ 0.1
Organophosphates
ND @ 0.1
Carbamates
ND @ 0.1
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
ND @ 0.1
Total Pesticide Content
ND @ 0.1
Definitions
ND: not detected
ppm: parts per million,
CFU/g: colony forming units per gram

1400
7100
1400

ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm

14
71
14
100

0

02
198

Scan this QR code for more information about your lab report.

Kevin Hounshell, Laboratory Director

Page 3 of 4

Test results only valid for samples collected
Reports shall not be repeated except in full

12025 NE Marx St. Portland, OR 97220
503-253-3511 / www.greenleaflab.org

Green Leaf Lab proudly follows
ISO/IEC 17025:2005(E) Quality Standards

Purple Hindu Kush PHO

Dreadneck Concentrates

Sample ID
Date Accepted:
Sampling Method:
Terpene Analysis
Monoterpenes

S123042 Matrix: Concentrate
11/10/15 Date Analyzed: 11/17/15
Laboratory Sampled Batch
Results in Percent

Camphene
δ 3-Carene
p-Cymene
Eucalyptol
Fenchone
Geraniol
Isopulegol
Limonene
Linalool
β-Myrcene
Nerol
β-Ocimene
α-Pinene
β-Pinene
Pulegone
α-Terpinene
γ-Terpinene
Terpinolene

0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.056%
0.000%
0.000%
0.271%
0.055%
0.435%
0.006%
0.000%
0.054%
0.096%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%
0.000%

α-Bisabolol
β-Caryophyllene

0.550%
0.422%
0.890%
0.074%
0.293%
0.679%
0.189%
4.070%

Sesquiterpenes

Caryophyllene Oxide

Guaiol
α-Humulene
Nerolidol
Valencene
Total Terpenes:

Analysis Methods
Terpenes via GC-MS

Results in mg/g

ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
0.56
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
2.71
0.55
4.35
0.06
ND @ 0.01
0.54
0.96
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01
ND @ 0.01

mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g

5.50
4.22
8.90
0.74
2.93
6.79
1.89
40.70

mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g
mg/g

About your terpene profile

Instruments
HP 5890 / HP 5972
Analysts
PMH/AKH/EEW

Terpenes are aromatic molecules found in plant resins. They are not only
responsible for the many unique smells of Cannabis, but they accentuate the holistic
effect of cannabanoids as well. Terpene profiles can be utilized to quantify strong
flavor, identify different strains and achieve therapeutic benefits.
Green Leaf Lab’s terpene analysis quantifies the 25 most common terpenes found in
Cannabis sativa. Terpenes are generally divided into two chemical classifications:
Monoterprens and sesquiterpenes.
All of the monoterpenes are very similar in chemical
structure, containing 10 carbons and 6 hydrogens.
Although, they are similar, the varying arrangements
produce distinct aromas. Changes such as oxidation
and rerrangement produce monoterpenoids which will
have a different chemical formula.
Monoterpenes are more volatile than sesquiterpenes;
the aromas tend to be stronger and they are more
prone to being lost by heating and oxidation.
Myrcene and Limonene are examples of an acyclic and cyclic monoterpene,
respectively. They both share a basic structure containing a backbone of 10 carbon
atoms, however arranged uniquely.

The sesquiterpenes are a more complex class of terpenes. They
are also generally aromatic, but are also heavier and less
volatile. Thus, they often remain after some of the more volatile
monoterpenes have broken down under heat or oxidation.
These two common terpenes have quite
varied structure and different
therapeutic properties. For more on the
individual terpenes we test for, see our
"Interpreting Test Results" document.

Terpene Profile
Camphene
δ 3-Carene
p-Cymene
Eucalyptol
Fenchone
Geraniol
Isopulegol
Linalool
Nerol
β-Ocimene
α-Pinene
β-Pinene
Pulegone
α-Terpinene
γ-Terpinene
Terpinolene

Limonene
β-Myrcene

β-Caryophyllene
Guaiol

α-Bisabolol
Caryophyllene Oxide

α-Humulene

Nerolidol

Valencene
0.00

1.00

2.00

Rowshan Reordan
Managing Partner, Laboratory Official

3.00

4.00

5.00
mg/g

Page 4 of 4

6.00

7.00

8.00

9.00

10.00

Test results only valid for samples collected
Reports shall not be repeated except in full


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