CBD is cannabidiol, a compound found naturally in hemp plants. Unlike THC (the active cannabinoid in marijuana), CBD is not intoxicating which means it will not get you high. It is the most abundant non-psychoactive cannaboinoid found in cannabis.
Industrial hemp was legalized with the passage of the United States Farm Bill of 2018. CBD containing less than 0.3% of THC is legal in all 50 states. Many states are also passing their own legislation to legalize hemp and CBD products further. You do not need a prescription to buy CBD oil. Our company policy prohibits sales to minors.Sales of smokable product (including glass pipes) prohibited to anyone under the age of 21.
You can’t get high from CBD, even when taking a full spectrum CBD oil product. CBD is not intoxicating. All of our products have less than 0.3% THC within them, some products contain 0.0%.
There are many types of CBD oil on the market, including full spectrum CBD oil, broad spectrum CBD oil, and CBD isolate. Full spectrum CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC and includes most hemp-derived cannabinoids. Broad spectrum CBD oil is essentially full spectrum, except it’s refined further to remove as much of the THC as possible from the final product. CBD isolate removes all compounds, including THC, from a full spectrum oil so that it’s 99% pure CBD.
We carry full spectrum CBD oil, which contains less than 0.3% THC as mandated by U.S. law. This does mean it’s possible to fail a drug test using our full spectrum CBD oil. Drug tests vary. They are not uniform. Some are more sensitive than others, which means you could test positive for THC using full spectrum CBD oil.
If this is a sensitive subject at your workplace, we recommend trying our Broad Spectrum CBD oil, which contains 0.0% THC.
We can not guarantee one way or another that you will pass or fail a drug test. We leave it up to our customers to know the specific requirements surrounding hemp and CBD in their workplace.