CBD will not test positive on a drug test since most testing sites are not looking for CBD in your system. Instead, a drug test is likely to look for THC since that is the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana varieties of cannabis.
Some cannabis products contain both THC and CBD. So, read labels carefully to ensure that the product you purchase has the amount of THC you feel comfortable consuming.
If you consume Reform Botanicals' CBD, there's a risk of testing positive because we only sell full-spectrum CBD.
Our CBD oil is crafted from full-spectrum hemp extracts, which carry small traces of THC (less than 0.3%). This amount of THC is not enough to have intoxicating effects or make you feel high.
If you are seeking THC-free CBD (products that contain less than 0.3% THC), look for third-party tested products that offer certificates of analysis (COAs). COAs break down lab results and provide transparent ingredient compositions. You can find COAs for all of our products on our website.
It can be possible to test positive for THC after consuming CBD products for various reasons. Your body may metabolize CBD in a way that produces a false positive for THC. Or, the product can be falsely advertised or mislabeled since CBD is currently unregulated by the FDA. To avoid purchasing unwanted ingredients, look for COAs and third-party testing. We advise you to use discretion when using CBD products.