We strive to provide below everything related to this specific harvest including full information about the farm, the harvest date, lab test results when available.
Harvest Date: July 2019
Pressed Date: May 2020
Expiration Date: May 2022
Method for fatty acids: PC-MAT-010 - Fatty acids profiling of a vegetable oil or a plant by hydrolysis and derivatisation (FAMEs).
Date of Analysis: August 27, 2020
Results: The oil contains the expected relative amounts of fatty acids contained in black cumin oil, including the marker
11,14-eicosadienoic acid1,2, and contains 0.4% m/m of thymoquinone.
Method for BHT/pinene/thymoquinone determination: Direct quantitation by GC-FID in triplicate
Date of Analysis: June 5, 2020
Thymoquinone: 3.96 ± 0.04 mg/g (or 0.40% m/m)
a-Pinene: 191 ± 5 μg/g (or 191 ppm)
BHT (Butylated hydroxytoluene): <1 ppm (not detected)
Laboratory: Phytochemia Labs, Canada
As part of our Radical Transparency, we even show the cost/price breakdown so you can see exactly where your money is going.
For example, the price breakdown per bottle for the batch we are currently selling (May 2020 Pressing) is as follows:
Stork's Nest's Planting, Growing, Harvesting, Pressing, bottling, and bottle: $15.58, Lufthansa Transit/cargo: $7.73, Clearing USA Customs/FDA/Duties: $7.02, USA Ground Shipping & Handling approx: $14, 3rd Party Lab Test: $2.23.
Important Note: At Onhava, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality ethical products while keeping prices affordable for everyone, making healthy living more attainable.
You might be wondering why the retail price is so expensive compared to other brands and why especially the transit/cargo and customs charges especially are so high.
This initial batch, the May 2020 Pressing, is limited to only 62 bottles, which is why the per-unit cost of the transit, customs, and lab tests are so relatively expensive.
If we have enough sales and enough interest in this product, we will import larger shipments and pass on as much of the savings as we can to you and still allow Onhava to make enough money to keep our lights on and continue our mission.