In the states where marijuna is legal, CBD oil may contain oil from the marijuna plant or a combination of marijuana and hemp. In states where marijuna is not legal, CBD oil should only come from the hemp plant.
Most CBD hemp oil contains <0.3% THC. While this is less than the legal limit in Texas, many drug tests can distinguish the difference between CBD and THC. However, not all drug tests separate between CBD and THC on test results.
We cannot make any claims on whether or not any of our products will show up on a drug test.
Pure CBD isolate products have NO THC. Full spectrum products are made with a full spectrum CBD Oil and contain less than 0.3% CBD.
We are not legally able to make any guarantees or recommendations or regarding drug tests on THC free or Full Spectrum products. If that is a concern, we would recommend not consuming any CBD products and/or doing some further research at PROJECTCBD.ORG, before making the decision to consume any CBD.
It is not common for full spectrum CBD users to turn out a positive drug test for THC. Yet, it can trigger a false positive sometimes when consumers are using in upwards of 1,000 milligrams per day. The average CBD user typically only consumes between 50 to 100 milligrams per day. However, around 10 percent of those people who use CBD can test positive for THC. So, it can happen.
It can depend on not just the product, a full spectrum or Pure CBD Isolate, but some people metabolize CBD differently.
can also depend on the quality of the product and if the farmers and producers test their products for low THC levels.
When it comes to CBD it is always best to purchase these products from a reputable dealer. Due to their popularity, CBD products can now be found in convenience stores, vape shops and even truck stops all over the country.
While we are not saying that these products cannot be trusted, it is likely a better move to procure them from anywhere other than a corner store. This may not better your chances of passing a drug test, but it could prevent any number of undesirable occurrences.
Just be careful out there!