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Will CBD oil show up in a drug test?


Forums Forums Alternative Medicine Will CBD oil show up in a drug test?

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    John
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    Hi all. I’m very excited about CBD oil and know that it can help me in a number of ways.  However, my job makes me take drug tests regularly, so the question is simple:will CBD oil show up in a drug test? I’ve read multiple reviews on this, like this one https://thcdetox.biz/blog/does-cbd-oil-show-up-in-a-drug-test/, but it still isn’t very clear to me. I’d love to get your opinion on it.

    #303868
    Kevin
    Participant

    According to my experience, full spectrum CBD oil might test positively for THC on a drug test. While CBD isolate shows up negative, as it only contains CBD. No THC.

    #304404
    Sebastian Rahaus
    Participant

    Yes, they can be detectable, but If THC is don’t found within a same then there is no need to get panic…

    #313458
    Daniel Williams
    Participant

    Don’t worry, it will not. As long as it does not contain THC, the result should be negative. You can visit https://ultrazencbd.com/what-is-cbd-oil/ to understand more about CBD oil and its effects.

    #319355
    habanavee
    Participant

    I want to point out that I think.. from what I read in the study linked in this article https://www.getjupiter.com/cbd-myths-debunked/ says that it contains less than the legal limit of 0.3% THC, which probably means that the drug test won’t show positive but it’s not guaranteed.

    #319368
    Lausten
    Keymaster

    I clicked on habanavee’s link, and it does have some decent info, although I didn’t track down the facts of it. But it has links to WebMD and a Harvard study. It also has a “shop” button. That’s a red flag for any discussion of any topic. Articles about organic food commonly do this, that is, a scathing article about hormones in chicken has a “shop” button for their brand of chicken.

    But, I’m going to let this one go. I might shut down this thread at some point though, as it’s getting to be the “stealth spam” thread. You can’t see them, but there are a lot of posts that have been marked as spam in here.

    #319519
    habanavee
    Participant

    As much as I can get the information online I don’t think it’s useless there’s a descriptive detail provided on CBD as there’s a few linked mentioned at the end of the page as a reference.

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