Is CBD legal in the United States?

Yes. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp for human consumption. And hemp contains CBD (otherwise known as cannabidiol). That means CBD is legal in all fifty states.
However, CBD is not regulated like a pharmaceutical medication. It’s regulated like a supplement. That means the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn’t CBD products for potency, safety, or adulterants like pesticides. With supplements, products are considered safe until there are reports of adverse effects about one brand in particular.
So, make sure your CBD comes from a trustworthy company backed by scientific research and third-party testing.

Will CBD make me fail a drug test?

No. CBD is not the same as the compound THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Drug tests analyze the presence of THC in the body, not CBD.

Does CBD have any THC in it?

Some CBD oils on the market may contain trace amounts of THC. That’s part of why we test our products so frequently.
The U.S. FDA allows CBD products to contain up to 0.3% THC. At that level, there’s no chance of intoxication. So we make sure our products are below that threshold for every batch.

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