No, not really, but sort of. CBD itself will not show up on a regular drug screen, however, products that contain “full-spectrum” CBD do in fact have Δ 9 THC below the 0.30 % level required by law. What that means is that if you consume enough full-spectrum CBD or hemp daily you may fail a drug screen. This is why we offer both full-spectrum and isolate pro
Full-Spectrum: It contains all the compounds of the hemp plant; terpenes, essential oils, flavonoids, fatty acids, and other cannabinoids. Full-spectrum CBD products will have THC at or below the 0.30% level required by law. It is this “full-spectrum” of the hemp plant’s compounds that work together to enhance the benefits of each other, also known as the “entourage effect.”
Isolate: This is just what it says; the CBD molecule has been isolated from the other compounds found in hemp. It cannot provide the entourage effect found in full-spectrum and broad-spectrum products, however, an isolate can still offer therapeutic benefits.