Does CBD Show Up on a Drug Test?

Those who may be subject to drug testing but still want to reap the benefits of CBD frequently ask, “Does CBD show up on a drug test?" The simple answer is no, our products will not cause you to fail a drug test. Because we use premium CBD that contains less than 0.3% THC, our products are federally legal. Here is more information on Hemp Bombs CBD products and drug tests.

What is CBD?

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is the second most prevalent chemical compound in Hemp behind THC. CBD does not have psychogenic properties; however, it still provides medicinal and therapeutic benefits. Currently, CBD is being used by people worldwide for relief from a variety of conditions:

CBD is effective because it works in harmony with the body’s Endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is responsible for regulating processes like sleep, state of mind, and digestion. To learn more about CBD and how it affects the body, read the article.

What is a drug test?

A drug test is a chemical analysis of biological material to determine if a person has recently used or consumed illegal substances.  A standard drug test will indicate the presence of drugs including opiates, cocaine, methamphetamine, oxycodone and more. Drug tests are commonly administered as part of employment policies, whether to maintain employment or to begin working for a new company.

How are drug tests administered?

Drug tests can be performed on most bodily fluids or biological materials. Most commonly, drug tests use urine, blood, hair, sweat or saliva for analysis. Samples are usually collected in a medical facility, like a doctor’s office or diagnostic clinic, then analyzed either in-house or by a third-party lab. Home drug tests are also available for fast and private testing.

How do drug tests detect marijuana use?

Drug tests do not check for all components found in cannabis plants. Rather, standard drug tests look specifically for THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive component of Cannabis plants that causes a “high.” THC is illegal in many states, which is why it is included on most drug tests.

Will Hemp Bombs CBD products cause me to fail a drug test?

No! Our products contain premium broad spectrum CBD. All Hemp Bombs products contain less than 0.3% THC and we verify this with a third-party lab. These trace amounts of THC make it highly unlikely that taking CBD will cause you to fail a drug test.

We are extremely confident about the quality of our CBD, and we’ve never heard feedback of any customers testing positive for marijuana from our products. Also, because our products contain less than the legal limit of THC, they are completely legal in all 50 states.

How can I verify your products contain no THC?

We maintain full transparency about what’s in our products, so you can have confidence in the CBD you are buying. We have all our products regularly tested by a third-party laboratory to contains less than 0.3% THC. You can review the results of our lab testing here.

What are some other tips for making sure I pass a drug test?

While our products will not cause you to test positively for drug use, there are other factors that could result in a failed test. Here are our tips for making sure everything goes smoothly during your drug test:

  • Inform your employer and/or drug test provider of any medications you are taking, whether prescription or over-the-counter. This includes pain relievers, sleep aids, allergy medications and cough suppressants.
  • If you have also tried CBD products from other companies, verify the THC levels in the products you consumed. Remember that full spectrum CBD could result in a positive test for marijuana use.
  • Avoid secondhand exposure to illegal drug use. This includes marijuana smoke.

When you purchase Hemp Bombs’ products, we can assure you that our CBD will not affect your drug test. Aside from offering CBD in its purest form, we also use premium-quality Industrial Hemp to produce our CBD. Our CBD is free of harmful pesticides and metals, and we also manufacture all products in-house, giving us complete quality control.

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