Hemp Derived CBD Legal?
CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant, which has two classifications: hemp and marijuana. The main difference between these two species is the level of THC. Under U.S. law, a hemp plant must contain less than 0.3% THC. When the 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp and hemp-derived products from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, hemp-derived CBD effectively became legalized at the federal level. Keep in mind that even though CBD from hemp is legal federally, each state has its own laws. People who want to use CBD should check their state laws.
Drug Tests and CBD
Most standard drug tests do not test for the presence of CBD. The average drug test is looking for the presence of THC. Our products are made using Full Spectrum CBD, which contains trace amounts of THC, less than 0.3%, which is within the legal limit. Because there are only trace amounts of THC found in CBD oil, in most cases it will not cause a positive drug test when consumed at suggested servings.
Applying a topical to the skin only allows it to break the skin/muscular barrier, but does not enter into the bloodstream. Similar to rubbing alcohol, which contains a high concentration of alcohol, it can be rubbed on your skin, but won’t leave you feeling intoxicated or show up in your blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
Our CBD Body Creams will not cause you to test positive on a drug test when used as suggested. When applied to the skin, it works on contact to relieve pain and inflammation and does not produce a “high.”
Our CBD Tincture and Rollerball contain a total of 300mg of CBD per 10mL bottle. In order for Full spectrum CBD products to possibly test positive on drug tests, you would have to consume extremely high doses of CBD (1000mg or higher each day). This would mean taking more than 3 whole tinctures in a day to get you anywhere close.
If you are concerned about having a positive drug test, you should avoid consuming CBD oil. If you’re in a field where you are subject to strict drug testing, we recommend that you do not ingest CBD oil before consulting with your employer to see if using CBD might cause any complications.
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