While all of the CBD products we offer are compliant with the 2018 US Farm Bill, many still contain trace amounts of THC.
Full spectrum has higher trace amounts of THC than broad spectrum (which contains undetectable levels of THC).
If you take enough of these products, particularly with daily use, you may test positive for THC even though you didn’t use marijuana.
It's vital that you understand what kind of CBD is being used in your gummies.
For your convenience, we’ve created a handy gummy comparison table. You’ll note that we do offer a few full spectrum THC gummies with added delta-9 THC.
These are still Farm Bill-compliant, but the THC levels are pushed right up to the legal limit.
|Product Name||Spectrum CBD||CBD Per Serving||THC Per Serving|
|Original Mixed Berry Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Turmeric & Spirulina Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|CBD Sleep Melatonin Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Multivitamin Men's Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Multivitamin Women's Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Wellness Mushroom Gummies||Broad||50mg CBD||Non-detectable|
|Magic Melon Delta 9 Gummies||Full||30mg CBD||10mg THC|
|Berry Buzz Delta 9 Gummies||Full||25mg CBD||5mg THC|
|Lemon Dream Delta 9 Gummies||Full||25mg CBD||5mg THC|
While drug testing is meant to test for marijuana and other drugs, it’s important to know how some hemp-derived CBD products can influence your test results. It’s also important to know how different CBD oils can affect drug tests.
Some tests are more sophisticated than others. Also, some tests may be looking for cannabinoids in general, if that is true in your case then you will not pass the test as CBD is considered a cannabinoid.
Be sure to also review the lab reports for the CBD products you consume. They will have detailed breakdowns on the exact THC levels for each of your products.