Will CBD show up on a Drug Test?


If you want to steer clear of failed drug tests.  Please pay close attention to the types of hemp products you plan to consume.  Also, consider the source from which the hemp was derived and most importantly whom you are purchasing from.  Listed below, are the two most dominant Cannabinoid found in the Sativa Cannabis plant.

  • Marijuana-Derived (THC) levels are higher than 0.3%
  • Hemp-Derived (CBD) levels are allowed up to 0.3% (THC).

Marijuana-Derived Cannabidiol or Tetrahydrocannabinol for short is considered the most dominant of the two chemical compounds.  It is extracted from the marijuana plant flower known for its intoxicating properties.  It creates that euphoria feeling.  Delta-8 THC products have higher levels of THC, and its cousin Delta-9 THC is Marijuana.  These cousins are mainly consumed for medicinal purposes.  This (THC) chemical compound will be detected on a drug test.

Hemp-Derived Cannabidiol or CBD for short is sourced from industrial hemp.  It is closely related to the Marijuana THC chemical compound but its chemical comes from a different part of the Sativa plant.  CBD has become famous for numerous reasons, however, oils, creams, gummies, and lotions have placed it on relevant maps.  Federally, the maximum amount of THC allowed in any given CBD product is up to 0.3%.  Therefore, THC levels are low.  However, if consumed over long periods of time it is possible small traces of THC can be detected?  YES, it is possible!

Mislabeled products are one of the biggest concerns with CBD products.  Research studies have found there were higher levels of THC in some CBD products than the amount listed on the product label.  With all that being said, please purchase from trusted sources with Certificates of Analysis to back their product content.  And when in doubt

JUST SAY NO!