When it comes to CBD use, there are many who may be concerned that any THC in the formula will appear on a drug test. THC is the substance responsible for causing a “high” feeling. The majority of states, including Alabama, that have legalized CBD require THC levels to be 0.3% of less.
In a recent news story by 2 KTUU, Blake Brown, the co-owner of Pryme CBD, shared that
“The marijuana plant is known for having a high amount of THC and a low amount of CBD. The hemp plant is known for having a high amount of CBD and a low amount of THC. … If you take it as its intended, a normal dose, and not try to overdo things or go beyond that then you should be good.”
The article’s authors also noted that they spoke to Health Link Drug Testing. The service’s president, Scott Covington reported that
“The test for marijuana for CBD oil the cutoff for marijuana is 50 nanograms and in order to do that you've got to be under the influence of marijuana. The CBD oil has to contain less than 3 percent.”
Even then, users should verify that they are receiving CBD products from licensed dispensaries and that the THC level on the label is correct and has been properly verified.