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What is CBD?
Hemp is widely known to be in the Cannabis plant family. Hemp does not provide the user with high volumes of THC (like marijuana does). Instead, it shares its mass quantities of cannabidiol, or CBD, with the user.
One common misconception some people have about hemp oil is to think this is marijuana. Even though hemp is part of the cannabis family of species, it is very different from marijuana in many ways.
What’s in CBD Oil?
Our Hemp-based CBD Oil consists of less than 0.3% THC. Due to the low amount of THC, a user cannot get high from our Cranberry Seed Oil and CBD blend. ***CBD products are not psychotropic and do not cause any unwanted highs in the user at all.
Hemp contains healthy fatty acids which have been known to be great for the body. Unlike its marijuana counterpart, hemp contains high quantities of CBD and low volumes of THC. While marijuana is illegal to consume in many states, hemp is slowly becoming more popular, and more states are legalizing the uses of hemp oil for its citizens.
Is CBD Right For Me?
CBD derived hemp oil is a natural substance grown for many purposes. Hemp has been used for centuries as an all natural treatment for illnesses and diseases. Our customer base loves the natural and holistic attributes this plant brings to the table.
Cranberry Seed Oil and CBD derived products can benefit your everyday life. Mother Nature’s Trading Company wants to make sure you get all of your questions answered so please do not hesitate to call us.
Can Trucker’s and Pilots take CBD?
There are high-CBD strains of marijuana being sold in legal states. These strains have around 30 percent CBD and also contain sizeable amounts of intoxicating THC – enough to ensure a failed drug screen.
Fortunately, hemp-based CBD oils and pills sold in most states do not come with the same risks. These products typically contain no more than 3.5 percent CBD and, more importantly, they have only trace amounts (0.3 percent) of the compound known as THC.
The best way to explain the difference is by putting it in terms of beer. Most domestic brews contain between 4.2 and 5.5 percent ABV (Alcohol By Volume), while non-alcoholic versions, such as O’Doul’s, have only around 0.4 percent ABV. While these booze-free concoctions technically do have some alcohol, the consumption of these beverages cannot lead to intoxication. Just the same as CBD products with 0.3 percent THC cannot produce a high or put the user in jeopardy of failing a drug test.
Drug screens are only searching for one specific cannabinoid, and that is THC. No matter how much CBD is coursing through a person’s veins at the time of the test, it will not bring about a failed result. The only way the small amount of THC buried in hemp-based CBD products might be able to shine through and trigger a false positive is if a patient was consuming upwards of 1,000 milligrams a day. To put this into perspective, most CBD users consume an average of 20 -to-160 milligrams daily. To put this into perspective, you potentially would have to consume almost two 30 ml bottles of our 600mg product in one day to have the chance to test positive for a drug test – and even then you still most likely would not test positive.
A false positive does not mean a failed drug test. Lots of common, legal products can cause false positives. Some of the latest research shows that CBD can stay in a person’s system for more than 10 days. The length of time really depends on the frequency of use, a person’s body weight, and overall diet.
Make certain you purchase CBD from a reputable company and one that has accredited laboratories testing their products.