Although CBD oil made from hemp plants is legal in Poland and many European countries, the question often arises as to whether the use of this supplement will enable it to pass a drug test. The answer to this question is unfortunately not clear-cut and depends on many aspects.
Legality and use of CBD oil
CBD oil is a fully legal supplement on the Vistula, which has a wide spectrum of uses. According to many scientific studies, as well as the experience of its users, it acts as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory but also cures or supports the treatment of cancer, epilepsy, diabetes, Hashimoto's disease and Parkinson's disease.
CBD oil cannot be overdosed and is a completely safe supplement, available both online and in stationary stores. Manufacturers of this supplement are outdoing themselves in offering oils with different capacities and concentrations of CBD.
It is the CBD cannabidiol contained in the cannabis plant that is the main ingredient in the oils and, importantly, is a compound that has no psychoactive properties, unlike THC.
CBD oil vs. drug test
As we have already mentioned, the answer to the question of whether CBD oil users will pass a drug test is not clear. Much really depends on the manufacturers and distributors of the supplement. Therefore, when deciding to use CBD oil, it is worth choosing the offer of proven manufacturers or sellers offering products in original packaging.
Unfortunately, the inherent danger for consumers in using CBD oil and passing a drug test is the lack of regulatory oversight and unscrupulous companies popping up in the hemp industry for a quick and easy profit.
As you know, the seed hemp from which the supplement is produced cannot, according to the latest EU regulations, contain more than 0.3% THC. This is why both the source of the hemp crop and the methods of CBD oil production are so important.
Regardless, the supplement may contain trace amounts of the psychoactive compound THC. So trace that there is no question of intoxication after consuming CBD oil. However, they must not exceed the permissible limit of 0.2 percent. It is therefore worth checking the THC content when buying this type of product, because it is mainly this compound that can determine the failure of a drug test.
Will the drug test detect CBD?
The sale of products containing the CBD compound derived from hemp seed - those with THC levels of no more than 0.2% - is permitted in Poland. Among other things, CBD oil, seeds and cosmetics created on the basis of cannabidiol are fully legal in our country, and their purchase does not require a prescription issued by a doctor.
CBD is an organic compound found in hemp plants and does not have a psychoactive effect like THC, a high concentration of which is found in cannabis, from which marijuana is extracted.
This is why the drug tests used in Poland and Europe are aimed at detecting just THC, not CBD. Even with negligible amounts of THC contained in CBD oil, the test can detect this psychoactive and illegal in Poland compound. That's why it's worth carefully checking the information on the packaging of the hemp products on offer.