Across the CBD industry this is one of the most common questions asked by customers. They understand that CBD is legal in all 50 states, and have determined that CBD could help improve their lives, but they don’t want to do anything that would jeopardize their career or other activity requiring mandatory drug testing. Will CBD affect a drug test? It’s a very simple question deserving of a simple and direct answer.
It is highly unlikely that an individual using CBD products sold on renewcbdstore.com, in a responsible manner, for health and wellness purposes, to test positive for any psychoactive compounds (THC or THC-COOH) found in cannabis.
There are factors at play that make this a factual statement. For instance, most corporations use basic, affordable drug tests that test for THC, not CBD. Products sold on RenewCBDStore.com adhere to a THC Free standard, less than .03% THC in any given product. Additionally, our products have been lab tested and certified for purity and safety. We’re already looking out for your best interest.
We also expect that product users are following recommended dosages, therefore keeping the total intake of CBD (and any minuscule, residual THC) intake to a minimum.
According to CBD product producer Pure Hemp, with daily doses of 0.5mg of THC from 3-5 servings of most commercial CBD-rich hemp oils, the positive urine screen rate is less than 0.2%. When factored in with Renew CBD Store’s efforts to sell only the purest and safest CBD products on the market, the chance of failing a drug test is at the absolute lowest possible percentage. For additional peace of mind, we recommend using products made with CBD isolate versus full spectrum CBD, as even the minimum-allowable traces of THC are almost completely filtered out, further decreasing your chances of absorbing small, yet potentially detectable traces of THC in your system. We’ll cover the differences between CBD Isolate and Full Spectrum CBD in future posts.
If you expect to be taking larger dosages of CBD, or combined dosages from a range of products, and therefore are concerned about passing a drug screening, we urge you to speak with your HR department or drug testing administrator. If they are not educated on CBD or unaware that CBD is legal in all 50 states, do your best to share that information. Describe your reasons for CBD use and the benefits you experience or expect to experience. And finally, obtain from them written confirmation that CBD is not included in the drug screening and/or that CBD is acceptable for use in your particular case.
For the average CBD user, you have nothing to be worried about and we’re excited to help you experience any benefits CBD brings to your health and wellness.