CBD and Drug Testing… What you need to know!
A common question for people new to CBD is, will it show up on a drug screen or drug testing?
We get it. When you’re looking for help with some of the various ailments and things you’re facing, you want to know all the facts to make the best decision possible. Here are some things you need to know about CBD regarding drug testing and how to make the best decisions possible.
- Standard Drug Screenings are looking for THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in your system. THC is the compound found in hemp and cannabis that gets you high. Our CBD products contain trace amounts of THC, and our Delta 8 and Delta 9 products do contain THC.
- CBD products will not get you high; while traces of THC can potentially be found on drug screenings, the CBD products will not give you a “high”, aka the psychoactive reaction received from consuming THC.
- It is best to consult with your HR department if you have concerns about consuming products, as they will be able to advise you on their work policies and the best way to proceed.
- It’s also good to learn the laws in your area. While CBD (hemp) has been made Legal by the 2018 Farm Bill, Federal, State, and Local laws can all vary. This makes it so important to learn the laws in your area to make sure you remain compliant!
To sum it all up, make sure you do your research and check with your employer’s HR department and state and local laws because being informed is the best way to make the right decisions for you!
While the answer to this question may be a little frustrating right now, we have to remember that the legalization of hemp has only happened relatively recently, and new regulations and advancements are coming out all the time. So we can have hope that with new FDA regulations and scientific advances, the answer to this question can be more concrete in the near future!
If you would like to check out some of our CBD, Delta-8, and Delta-9 products and our 3rd party test results, click the link here and let us show you our quality products.