It’s important to understand that CBD supplements almost universally are made from hemp oil, which contains small but measurable amounts of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive part of marijuana/cannabis. This THC is detectable in users at the tiny, part-per-billion level employed by lab testing in DOT and Drug-Free Workplace Testing programs, and there is no way to tell the difference between the sources of THC.
Our Take: Check out http://www.puremidwest.co/learn… we urge you to know what drug test your company uses. We also provide the COA so you know how much THC is in the full spectrum hemp oil that Pure Midwest has. Pure Midwest is well below the 0.3% legal limit in the Farm Bill. Our last COA’s show 3x less than the 0.3%.
Here is an article from Healthline that tells you how much THC has to be in your system for it to trigger a positive test (aka, you fail the drug test). https://www.healthline.com/health/does-cbd-show-up-on-a-drug-test#thc-level-detected-by-each-test
And here is the opinion letter.