Will CBD Show Up on a Drug Test?
- All About CBD
One of the most asked questions we get is: will CBD show up on a drug test? CBD should NOT show up on a drug test, however, if you are using CBD products that contain THC, trace amounts could still be present. It is possible this could lead to a positive drug test. Currently the research is in a grey area, but pointing towards “probably not” or “maybe”.
CBD has become such a popular and beneficial tool for many people. However, with the close relationship between cannabis and THC many people are concerned with the backlash in their jobs.
Full spectrum CBD oils and edibles contain 0.3% or less of THC (pyschoactive element of CBD). This is the legal limit of THC to be classified as hemp instead of marijuana. If you take too much there is a potential for a positive drug test.
Everyone is different.
So if you are wondering will taking CBD show up on a drug test? There are some factors that are at play. Due to our unique biochemistry (height, weight, duration of consumption, and dosage) the way we all metabolize THC differently.
At Kentucky’s Best Hemp, all of our CBD products (exception of the THC free products) contain 0.3% of THC or less. Any CBD product that contains 0.3% of THC or less is considered a full spectrum CBD product. Therefore, hemp products containing this amount of THC will NOT create a “high”.
Which CBD products are best for me?
Concerned with the possibility of THC showing up on a drug test? We recommend our THC free products. These products are ideal for those wanting to completely avoid THC, but still want the benefits of CBD.
**You should always consult with your doctor before beginning a CBD regimen, as well as your HR department to confirm your employer’s regulations.
**These statements have not been evaluated by FDA.