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Can I Fail a Drug Test if I Take CBD?

July 15, 2020 04:13 pm ET

Many CBD consumers are left in the dark when it comes to purchasing a product that they accurately understand the labeling of. The likes of federal employees as well as others who are subject to regular drug screens often wonder if CBD will pose an issue for them. Find out in the above video what the implications are here.

Video Transcript:

Hello my people. Dutch here with Veriheal ready to answer another question we see a lot and that is, will I fail a drug test if I take CBD?

Now, if you don’t understand the various terms associated with CBD, here’s where you’ll find your answer:

‘Full Spectrum’ CBD means that the entire plant and its compounds are included in the production process. Albeit a very low percentage, THC molecules still make it into the end product since full-spectrum goods include the complete plant profile and material.

CBD ‘Isolate’ means that only the CBD compounds have been extracted from the plant. Isolate is 99.9% pure CBD.

Sometimes, additives like artificial terpenes and flavonoids are included to enhance the taste, smell, or consistency.

Otherwise, there should be virtually zero traces of any other compounds or cannabinoids, such as THC.

Broad-spectrum CBD products belong in a category that is somewhere between full-spectrum and isolates.

While all of the organic plant matter is processed, the THC molecules are isolated and thoroughly processed out.

It’s important to be informed about the terminology behind these products.

CBD that is derived from industrial hemp is legal in all 50 states. In order to meet legal requirements, all CBD goods MUST contain less than .3% THC.

Be wise when it comes to shopping for CBD and ensure that the proper lab results are publicly available wherever you decide to purchase.

These results should detail the levels of various cannabinoids, terpenes, and solvents used in the manufacturing process.

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