CBD gummies and CBD capsules are among the most popular CBD edibles for adults. These edibles provide consistent dosing and easy portability. And, in the case of gummies, edibles can be tasty, too! But for many users, there’s a concern: Will my CBD or THC edibles show up on a drug test? The answer, unfortunately, is a definite “maybe.” That said, you can make informed choices on your edible product that can help minimize your chance for a false-positive test result. CBD Gummies For Sale In USA

In this article, we’ll examine the question of CBD and drug testing. We’ll look at what CBD is, where it comes from, and the different types of CBD oil used in CBD products, particularly edibles. We’ll also look at other factors that may affect drug tests, including your body’s bioavailability for CBD, and the different types of drug tests.

Let’s begin with a little refresher course on the main ingredients in those edibles: CBD and, in the case of some edibles, THC.


CBD (cannabidiol) is a chemical compound produced by the cannabis plant. Our products are made from a low-THC form of cannabis called hemp (as opposed to high-THC marijuana). By law, cannabis hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, measured by dry weight. 

CBD and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are the two most abundant of the 100-plus cannabinoids found in cannabis, which is why they’re referred to as “major cannabinoids.” Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol, CBD is non-intoxicating. Instead, CBD delivers health and wellness benefits, mainly due to its interaction with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS).** The endocannabinoid system helps the body to maintain homeostasis, or balance. When CBD interacts with receptors in this system, it boosts the system’s performance.** This, in turn, delivers a bevy of health and wellness benefits to you!**


There are different types of CBD used to make CBD edibles. The type of CBD used in your edible product can actually affect the likelihood of your edibles consumption producing a positive drug test (more on those tests in a moment). 

Here are the types of CBD used to make our edibles:

Full spectrum CBD is the oil that is initially extracted from the hemp plant. This robust oil contains all of the cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and health-friendly fatty acids of the cannabis plant. This includes trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%, by law). You’ll find full spectrum CBD in all of our delta-9 THC products, including edibles.

Many adult users prefer not to have THC from edible products in their system. Broad spectrum CBD is the same CBD oil as full spectrum CBD, only all detectable levels of THC have been filtered out (along with a few other cannabis compounds, in the process). We offer a wide variety of broad spectrum edibles, including many of our best-selling gummies.

Both full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD allow users to enjoy the Entourage Effect.** This refers to the phenomenon by which cannabis compounds interact with one another and intensify each other’s effects. When consumed together, CBD and other cannabis compounds do more than merely work in parallel with one another. They make each other work harder. So, if you take a full spectrum edible or broad spectrum edible, the effects are much greater for you!**

CBD isolate is 99% pure CBD, meaning these products have all other cannabis compounds filtered out. Isolate edibles do not produce the Entourage Effect, but they do give you the peace of mind of having no THC in your system, in case you’re about to test for drugs. CBD Gummies For Sale In UK


CBD edibles, as you would assume, are edible products infused with CBD. These can be isolate edibles, broad spectrum edibles, or full spectrum edibles. THC edibles—at least, the legal delta-9 edibles sold on this site—are also hemp-derived edibles that fall under the legal THC limit set by the 2018 Farm Bill. What sets these edibles apart from other full spectrum edibles is that these edibles have had the delta-9 content boosted closer to the legal limit. CBD Gummies For Sale In UK


Do edibles show up on a test if they’re made from hemp? Sadly, they can. That’s because drug tests don’t differentiate between hemp edibles and marijuana edibles. Those tests are looking for one thing: delta-9 THC. And that THC can come from either kind of cannabis, not just weed.


If you have a drug test coming up, it’s important to understand just how long CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids can remain in your system. This can help you to plan ahead if you’re worried about potentially having a false positive test result, due to build-up of THC in your system from CBD edibles and other products. 


How long CBD stays in your system isn’t uniform from person to person. It’s dependent on your unique physiology. Bioavailability factors, such as diet, activity level, how much water you drink, and your age can all affect how your body absorbs and processes the cannabis compounds in your edibles. So can height, weight, metabolism, and other factors. 

How your own body processes and stores cannabis compounds may differ from other people, which is worth keeping in mind when you’re trying to gauge how long these compounds remain in your system. In other words, don’t rely on your friend’s test experience. CBD Gummies For Sale In USA


We generally think of a urine test when we talk about testing for drugs. But there are other types of tests used to detect THC and marijuana, as well. Here’s a quick rundown of different types of drug tests. CBD Gummies For Sale In USA


Urine tests, as we alluded to, are the most common type of drug test. This is the type of test usually used by employers. CBD, THC, and other cannabis compounds remain at detectable levels in urine for around three days. Remember, though, that this length of time can depend on your body’s unique physiology and how much THC you consume––and how often. For heavy users of cannabis edibles, cannabinoids can last in the urine for up to six weeks.


Testing hair follicles for cannabis is a little less common than other types of tests. Tetrahydrocannabinol can remain at detectable levels in a single hair follicle for upwards of 90 days. 


Cannabis compounds can remain at detectable levels in the blood for around seven days. 


Saliva tests can detect cannabis compounds around 72 hours after consumption. As with the other tests, this can be affected by how often you use cannabis edibles and other such products. 


While all of the edible cannabis products we offer are compliant with the 2018 US Farm Bill, many still contain trace amounts of THC. As we noted above, full spectrum CBD edibles and broad spectrum edibles still contain trace amounts: full spectrum edibles much more so than broad spectrum edibles (which contain undetectable levels of THC). If you take enough of these edible products, particularly with daily use, you may still test positive for THC even if you don’t use marijuana. So, it’s vital that you understand what kind of CBD is being used in your edible products. CBD Gummies For Sale In USA

For your convenience, we’ve created a handy edible comparison table, featuring all of our legal cannabis gummies. These are some of our most popular legal cannabis products. You’ll note that some of these edibles are full spectrum THC gummies with added delta-9 THC. These are still Farm Bill-compliant, but the delta-9 levels are pushed right up to the legal limit.

Product Name Spectrum CBD CBD per Serving THC per Serving
Original Mixed Berry CBD Gummies Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Gummies With Turmeric & Spirulina Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Gummies With Apple Cider Vinegar Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Sleep Gummies Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Multivitamin Gummies Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Gummies for Focus & Energy  Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
CBD Gummies With Mushrooms for Wellness Broad 50mg CBD Non-detectable amounts
Magic Melon Sativa Delta-9 Gummies Full 30mg CBD 10mg THC
Berry Buzz Sativa THC Gummies Full 25mg CBD 5mg THC
Lemon Dream THC Gummies Full 25mg CBD 5mg THC


While the tests we’ve discussed are intended for finding marijuana and other drugs in your system, it’s important to know how some cannabis hemp edibles can influence your test results. It’s also important to know how different CBD oils can affect drug tests. We hope this article has given you a better understanding of how drug testing works with cannabis hemp products. We wish you all the best on your CBD health and wellness journey! 

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