Many people are interested in taking CBD. Unfortunately, because CBD is a cannabinoid and the cousin of THC, many individuals have misconceptions about it. This leads to a common question: Will CBD oil fail a drug test? What about a blood test or drug screens?
We’ll address these serious concerns here.
Will CBD Oil Fail a Drug Test?
Mostly, no. Sometimes, yes.
CBD could lead to a failed drug test depending on the type of CBD you’re consuming. Understanding the key differences between the two varieties can help you make more informed decisions about what CBD you purchase and use.
CBD Isolate vs Full Spectrum vs Broad Spectrum
CBD isolate and full spectrum CBD are different when it comes to drug tests. Only with CBD isolate products can you be sure there’s no THC present.
CBD isolate is isolated CBD, meaning that there are no other cannabinoids or residual plant-matter in the CBD products. The isolation of the CBD molecule means that there is no residual THC, which is what leads to a failed drug test.
Infinite CBD tests the purity of each batch of CBD isolate that’s made in our lab. These lab-tests show that no remaining THC is present in any of our products. We share these tests with our community because we believe you have the right to know exactly what’s in your CBD products.
Full spectrum CBD products can contain many cannabinoids including trace amounts of THC. This can be problematic, especially if you think you might be drug tested. You can only know if full spectrum products contain THC by asking for a lab-test.
On the other hand there is Broad Spectrum CBD. This is basically the blend of cannabinoids (with the majority being Cannabidiol) without the presence of CBD. Much like if CBD invited all siblings to the barbecue without inviting the oldest sibling – THC.
CBD companies with integrity will always share these lab results with you. If they refuse to, it’s time to look for a new CBD provider.
These lab tests will show you the potency of the CBD, other present cannabinoids, any remaining solvents, and sometimes even more information.
All of this being said, sticking with CBD isolate products is the safe bet if you’re worried about failing a drug test.
Choose CBD Isolate to Pass a Drug Test
If you want to integrate CBD into your daily routine, choosing CBD isolate products are a safe bet. Of course, be sure to check out the certificates of analysis (lab tests) to make sure there are no residual cannabinoids (THC).
Many people choose to take CBD because it helps them to manage a health condition, or makes their life more pain-free. Having to worry about passing a drug test is the last thing you want to worry about. Rather than choosing any cbd oil, choose CBD isolate.
Which CBD Isolate Products Will You Try?
Now that you know which CBD products you should be using, which ones will you try? CBD isolate comes in a variety of delivery methods, which you can cater to the specific benefits you’re seeking. Keep in mind, our practices and products are Leaping Bunny certified – meaning that we openly cruelty-free.
From gummies to capsules, CBD isolate is one of the most versatile products. These two products specifically may be perfect for your introduction to CBD and what it can offer your daily routine and overall health goals.
These are naturally flavored, vegan and cruelty free. These gorgeous gummies showcase 5 different flavors and colors making the experience even that much more aesthetically pleasing. Against our matte black minimalist designs, these gummies look like a pop of personality. These are familiar to cusomters, making them the friendliest CBD we have in our shop.
Seriously, these are simplified for an effortless CBD experience. Perfect to integrate into your morning, afternoon and evening rituals, CBD capsules offer the perfect solutions. These are available in original CBD Isolate, A.M. (caffeine) and P.M. (melatonin) to make sure you get the appropriate boost when you need it.
Additionally, if you want to increase the entourage effect, add terpenes to your CBD isolate. Terpenes make CBD more bioavailable, and actually help to increase the desired effect. Infinite CBD offers a variety of terpenes, which can be added to many of our CBD products.
Although Infinite CBD provides a CBD isolate which tests at 0% THC, it is important to know what policies are in place at where you are taking the drug test. Different locations have different tolerances consumers should be cognitive of.
Keep Legality in Mind
At Infinite CBD we are fortunate to live within a state that recognizes the importance and profitability of cannabis. Contrary to popular belief, any Colorado business has the right to drug test for employment purposes. Many of which are even required by the federal government to do so – especially if they receive any amount of funding.
It is important to remember that states have the right to pass laws in regards to the production and selling of cannabis products. However, the federal government still classifies cannabis plants as a drug and treats it as such. If you’re concerned with passing a drug test for sake of employment, we advise you call to see how the company handles the presence of cannabis within employees.
Very informative, thanks for sharing!
Thank you for your interest in our article! We are thrilled to hear we could provide you with helpful information about CBD and drug tests. Feel free to reach out to us by phone or email if you have any further questions. We appreciate your feedback and look forward to hearing from you again soon!
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Hi Loren, Thank you for your comment on our article! All of our products utilize 99% pure CBD Isolate to eliminate THC and the risk of failing a drug test. On each product page, you can find our test results listed to verify no THC. Currently, our products are consumed by professional athletes, government employees, military personnel, and more. Please feel free to reach out if you are looking for any additional information!
Cannabidiol (CBD) shouldn’t show up on a drug test. However, many CBD products contain trace amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), marijuana’s main active ingredient. If enough THC is present, it will show up on a drug test. This means that in rare cases, using CBD might lead to a positive drug test.