With the legalization of CBD in almost 50 states of the US, there are concerns whether it will pass the drug test. The questions that may arise in a person’s mind before using CBD and its products are:
- 1. How effective will it be?
- 2. Will I be able to pass the drug test?
- 3. What if I am caught using CBD products and penalized for the same?
Now coming to the answers:
CBD Products are used to cure many ailments such as anxiety, stress, insomnia, pain, body inflammations, etc. CBD is available in many forms such as vaping liquids, oils, topical and edibles such as gummies and CBD Honey. In order to cure such problems, it is advised to take CBD regularly and increase the dosage gradually, if needed.
CBD products are legalized in most parts of the United States. Hemp-derived CBD is legal since it has no psychoactive effects. The sales of such products are legalized and so is its possession. CBD obtained from the Hemp plant contains not more than 3.5% of CBD and only 0.3% of THC, which will enable the user to ‘pass’ the drug test. Drug screens only search for a specific cannabinoid, that is, marijuana or THC. Products with high levels of THC will be tested and treated as a failure in drug tests.
Using CBD products in states where its use is legalized will not land you in trouble. You will not be penalized to use them as a medicinal product as it is having many benefits and is known to cure many health problems like anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, Schizophrenia, Migraine, and improve memory retention in old age.
CBD products derived from Hemp are legalized in 50 states in the United States, including Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington.
The 2018 Farm Bill was passed and approved the U. S. President, which states that hemp-derived CBD Products are legal for consumption. Marijuana-based CBD Products are still illegal in some states of the U.S. like Nebraska, South Dakota and Idaho.
The FDA made a statement, where it said that hemp-derived CBD products will be considered illegal if it is not approved by the FDA, even for medicinal purposes.