The dreaded drug test. Making a special trip to pee in a cup is not exactly anyone’s idea of a fun office activity. Especially if you regularly use cannabis products and are worried that they’ll be detected in your system.
Of course, hemp products are federally legal. However, being legal doesn’t mean a product won’t trigger a failed drug test. Learn more about which cannabinoids and products are safe to use before being drug tested!
Does Delta-9 Show Up on a Drug Test?
Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis, causing its intoxicating effects, as well as many of its therapeutic benefits.
You will definitely fail a drug test if you have recently used Delta-9 THC, whether in large amounts or small, and whether the Delta-9 THC product you have ingested is derived from marijuana or hemp. Delta-9 Gummies, vape, flower, edibles, and so on– all will cause you to fail a drug test. Even if you feel no intoxicating effects after using one of these products, it probably still contains enough THC to show up on a drug test.
If you expect to be tested soon and want to avoid any problems related to THC consumption, your best bet is to stick with hemp-derived products labeled “THC-free.”
Does Delta-8 Show Up on a Drug Test?
Delta-8 THC is very similar to Delta-9 THC. It too produces psychoactive effects, albeit milder than those of Delta-9 THC.
When you consume a Delta-8 product, the compound is broken down into metabolites like 11-OH-THC and delta-8-carboxylic acid. Depending on your metabolism, weight, and other factors, these metabolites can remain in your system for quite a while.
Most standard drug tests react to the presence of metabolites in urine samples. These tests cannot differentiate between Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC because their molecular structures are too similar. Because of this, if either one is in your system when you get tested, you will almost certainly flunk.
Does HHC Show Up on a Drug Test?
Similar to Delta-8 THC, HHC is a form of THC that’s naturally present in small amounts in cannabis and causes milder effects than Delta-9 THC.
Also, like Delta-8 THC, if you use a product with HHC, whether it’s HHC gummies or an HHC cart, it will result in a positive drug test. Although a test may not state that it’s explicitly testing for HHC, it cannot differentiate between it and Delta-9 THC.
Does CBD Show Up on a Drug Test?
Drug tests don’t specifically test for cannabidiol (CBD) because CBD is federally legal, nonintoxicating, and nonpsychoactive. The structure of CBD is different enough from the structure of THC that a standard drug test will not treat these substances as equivalent. However, if a CBD product contains THC, as some do, it will cause you to fail a drug test.
CBD isolate contains only pure CBD. Because it has no THC, it will not cause a positive result on a drug test.
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Do Full-Spectrum Products Show Up on a Drug Test?
Full-spectrum CBD products like these Full-Spectrum CBD Drops have less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC, but because they contain some amount of THC, they will show up on a drug test. If you’re worried about failing a drug test but still want to enjoy all the benefits of CBD, use broad-spectrum or CBD-isolate products instead. These have zero traces of THC.
Does CBG Show Up on a Drug Test?
Standard drug tests do not test for cannabigerol (CBG). Most tests are designed to detect THC, not federally legal cannabinoids like CBG.
To maximize the therapeutic benefits, CBG is usually combined with CBD. For example, these CBG + CBD Sleep Gummies may help you relax and unwind before you head to bed. Even better, each gummy is entirely THC-free.
Does CBN Show Up on a Drug Test?
Cannabinol (CBN) is sought for its ability to relieve pain and counteract inflammation. Like CBD and CBG, CBN will not, by itself, cause you to fail a drug test; it isn’t tested for. However, if you use a CBN product containing THC, the THC will show up on a drug test.
THC-Free Cannabis Products
It is essential to understand that if a cannabis product contains even trace amounts of any form of THC it’s likely it will result in a failed drug test. Delta-9 THC, Delta-8 THC, and Full-Spectrum CBD products can cause a failed drug test.
To be safe, if you have a drug test coming up, only use CBD isolate products like CBD Drops, CBD Gummies, and CBD Topicals.
WARNING: Keep THC products out of the reach of children and animals. THC products are for purchase and use only by persons 21 or older. Do not use them if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consuming THC products will impair your ability to drive and operate machinery. They may cause anxiety, confusion, headaches, and other adverse effects. Consult a doctor before using THC products if you are taking medication or have a health condition.