Yes, but I do find the results trustworthy. It is not peer reviewed, the results are predicated on the integrity of the folks providing the samples. They have nothing to lose if they were to spike them. I don’t think that’s the case. The lab seems pretty legit and there were a lot of compounds below limit of detection. They did the right controls too. I think you can believe the numbers, and they show that there is absolutely nothing to worry about.

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