The right CBD oil dose shouldn’t show up on drug tests? (repost from Try The CBD)

Updated: Dec 18, 2018

When your employers give you a drug test, they need to know whether you’re taking any substance capable of inhibiting your job ability. This is understandable—why should you be paid if you’re incapable of optimum performance due to a drug or substance you’re using? Your employer has no cause for alarm if you’re taking CBD oil since it has no mental side effects, so far you have mastered the possible effects of the current dose you are taking. Most drug tests look for THC, and many stores like TRYTHECBD has THC-free CBD oil products available in various concentrations. In fact, many workers who consume CBD oil for anxiety relief may discover that, they can even increase or decrease their dose perform optimally at their jobs. Nevertheless, consult your doctor and or employer if you have any concerns about this. We cannot guarantee that you will pass or fail drug tests for legal reason. You should discuss this with your employer or agency administering the drug test. Also, various preclinical studies have shown that full-spectrum CBD-rich cannabis oil (with very little percentage of THC constituent) is efficacious at much lower doses and has a much wider therapeutic window than pure, pharmaceutical-grade CBD. But then, the final decision is yours, you are responsible for your actions, dose responsibly and be informed about the dosing procedures.

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