Can CBD make me positive on a drug test?
This is perhaps one of the most common questions among consumers. Can consuming a CBD product trigger a positive drug test? The answer to this question is yes, the risk exists if the product contains THC.
When you take a drug test, the compound you are looking for is not CBD but THC, the molecule responsible for the psychotropic effects. So even if CBD contains 0.3% THC or less, the chances of it showing up on a drug test exist, although they can vary between people.
If you consume products containing traces of THC often, THC can build up in your body.
This means that sedentary and overweight people are more likely to test positive on a drug test, due to the substance being stored in body fat. If you are healthy, with little body fat, the chances of a positive test are low.
The sweating process allows the substance to be evacuated from your system continuously.
However, you can test positive for THC regardless of your metabolism. This can happen with regular consumption of full-spectrum CBD oil or “Full Spectrum”. We therefore advise athletes and others not to consume products containing THC. Therefore prefer broad spectrum products, without THC.
If you consume CBD flower by smoking or vaping, you could test positive for a roadside saliva test since this test only indicates the presence or absence of THC, not the quantity. If you test positive during a drug test after smoking CBD, you can order a second blood test which will prove that you only have a very low dose of THC in your body.
If you want to consume CBD without taking the risk of a drug test positive, we recommend broad spectrum CBD products, which do not contain THC. Make sure the analysis reports provided with the product mention the correct cannabinoid profiles of CBD and the absence of THC. Also check that the product does not contain residual solvents or pesticides, and is ideally grown organically.
You will understand that the subject deserves our attention. It must be said that the CBD industry is only just beginning, with regulations gradually evolving. New standards will ultimately make it possible to better inform consumers. In the meantime, take the time to read the labels, it may be useful to you ;)
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