A reputable CBD company offers some key signs of quality. They don’t all have to be there, but enough to create a well-rounded, potent, safe, THC-free CBD oil.
Full-spectrum (“whole-plant”) CBD oil is the densest option. Manufacturers try to extract and retain all the cannabinoids and terpenes from the host plant. Granted, a significant amount is lost during extraction, but the diversity remains.
Follicle tests have the longest range, with THC metabolites detected up to three months after consumption. CBD’s timeframe, however, remains a mystery.
Consequently, isolates are less effective than full-spectrum.
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When you research, look for the following:
Below is a picture of a third-party lab report on a full-spectrum CBD oil. As you can see, it contains THC.
While CBD itself doesn’t trigger a drug screen, the CBD oil you use might do so. In this case, the issue isn’t CBD, but if THC is present or not. Some hemp CBD extracts, such as full-spectrum CBD oil, contain up to 0.3% THC that a drug test may show positive for THC.
Third-party lab reports are a must-have before you buy from a CBD company. Having no lab reports is a huge red flag. Never buy from a company that doesn’t prove what they’re selling.
Like full-spectrum, the broad-spectrum oil extraction process aims to keep every cannabinoid and terpene except THC, making it THC-Free. With compounds to fuel the entourage effect and no THC to trigger a drug test, broad-spectrum offers the best of both worlds.
However, with the growth in popularity, comes a growth in confusing messaging leading to misinformation. This misinformation is particularly problematic when people’s jobs are at risk.
UK CBD use is booming
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We have recently seen a rise in the number of new customers that we speak to who have been led to believe that they can consume CBD on the regular with no chance of failing a drug test. We are always quick to debunk that myth as, although minute, there is a risk that certain CBD products can trigger a positive drug test result. Let’s explore why…