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Does CBD Hemp Flower Show Up On A Drug Test?

Updated: Nov 9, 2020

Does CBD Hemp Flower Show Up On A Drug Test?


Every day more and more people are turning to CBD as a safe, natural solution for numerous issues from pains and aches to irregular sleeping patterns. The 2018 Farm Bill made CBD derived from hemp legal in the United States for sale and possession. CBD Hemp Flower, in particular, has gained exponential popularity, however, what impact does the use of CBD Hemp flower have on drug testing? This question has been highly debated and constantly on every CBD user's mind.


In this article, we will walk you through the basics of CBD Hemp Flower and answer numerous questions pertaining to CBD Hemp flower use and drug testing. We will also touch base on the benefits of CBD Hemp flower and our recommendation at this point in time.


Let's get right into it!


What is CBD Hemp Flower?


Before diving into CBD drug screening it is first important to understand CBD Hemp flower. As you may already know hemp is a part of the cannabis plant family that contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. CBD flower is one of the four main components of the hemp plant. The hemp plant consists of stock, leaves, flowers, and seeds.


In the hemp plant, the flower contains the highest percentage of active CBD compared to the other three components. When the flower is cultivated and cut off the stems, they are then either machine or hand-trimmed and then sold as CBD Hemp Flower.

CBD Hemp Flower

You can buy and use CBD Hemp flower in a variety of ways. The most obvious being that CBD Hemp Flower can be inhaled and used in numerous smoking apparatus. CBD Hemp Flower can also be used to make your own CBD oil or butter. This oil or butter can be used in a variety of ways to make your own edibles, topicals, or ingested as is. CBD Hemp flower is very versatile and can be used as a byproduct to make numerous consumable products.



Will I fail a drug test using CBD Hemp Flower?


There are a couple of important elements to this question. First and foremost it is important to note that there is no specific drug test for CBD. At this point in time, we know of no drug tests designed to specifically test for the presence of CBD. The only cannabis-related drug test readily available tests for the presence of THC, not CBD.