Can CBD Show Up In a Military Drug Test?

Updated: Aug 17

Recently, there have been a lot of people asking themselves the following question: "Can CBD show up in military drug test?”. Recently, there have been a lot of people asking themselves this question. The volume of these types of searches have been growing because of the abundance of products on the market that contain CBD, just like the high-quality CBD products available in our store.


What is CBD?

Cannabidiol or CBD is a compound extracted from the bracts or leaves of the female flowers of Cannabis sativa, a plant which almost in all its parts is characterized by the presence of cannabinoids, lipophilic molecules belonging to the family of terpenophenols.


CBD oil is not considered a drug, neither from the American Government, or the many other states in the world.


Therefore, there should not be any issue with the military drug test, but let’s try to dive in and explore this question a bit more and see what we find.



Do Military Drug Tests Disclose The Presence of CBD?

Both in Europe, and in the United States there are no existing standards for the measurement of cannabidiol levels, however, if someone was to ingest THC prior to taking a military drug test, the trace amounts of thc and thc metabolites would be present and the individual would have a failed drug test.


We want to reiterate; pure cbd isolate is in fact derived from marijuana plants but the percentage of THC in the cbd oils and other hemp products is below the legal threshold.


What About The Presence of THC?

A large part of CBD products present on the European market which are made of cannabis contain only a maximum of 0.2% of THC (0.3% in America). This quantity is particularly low and is not detected by any procedure of a drug test. In some products, the presence of THC is equal to zero.


What Do The Experts Say?

A study conducted by the researcher Eric Johnson named:

Cannabidiol (CBD) product contamination:

Quantitative analysis of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) concentrations found in commercially available CBD products”, shows how the presence of the Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol in 52 of the 80 tested products, is above the quantification level.


Only 21 of the tested products were labelled as free of THC. Thus, it is also important to choose CBD products which reflect what is indicated on the labels.


Is CBD Legal For Military Members?

Unfortunately, currently it's against military regulations for members of the active duty military to use any CBD products. Although CBD is legal for use amongst everyday U.S. citizens, it still does mean it's cleared for use among our active duty military personnel.

The Army regulation states that the use of products made from hemp, regardless of the product's THC levels, is strictly prohibited."


Why Would They Ban CBD From The Military?

The military subscribes to the belief that there are inherent risks that could be present because CBD products are not as strictly regulated by the FDA. This is true in some regards, but the risks are non-existent when you are mindful to purchase your hemp oil from trusted cbd companies like Amaro.


Our product is full spectrum CBD oil, which means when buy pure CBD oil from our family farm, you know that it contains all of the beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant. This makes Amaro's the best CBD oil available and more effective than other CBD oils on the market.


So, Can CBD Show Up in a Military Drug Test?

To the question: "Can CBD show up in military Drug test?” The answer is negative as long as the presence of THC (if there is) is particularly low and corresponding to the one indicated on the label. It is important to choose to purchase products from reliable companies who give true and transparent information.


Conclusions

Low quality products often contain a measurable percentage of THC, which is higher than the maximum limit permitted by the law. All of the products at amarocbd.com contain a percentage equal to zero or a minimum one (which falls under the legal benchmark) of THC. This means that they can be consumed without any issue, and they will not affect any of the military drug test results.

If you still haven’t, check out the products available in our online store today.


Amaro CBD donates a portion of it's annual profits to 17 Strong, a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to young adults battling life threatening illnesses through providing victory trips and scholarships.

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