The latest study on whether a person using CBD hemp oil could test positive for THC or marijuana has evolved to the fact that it sometimes depends on an individual and their difference in the genes in the CYP450 enzyme system. Moreover, keeping a low consumption of CBD-rich hemp oil in less than 200 to 300 mg per day will unlikely make your screen positive for THC use. This is per the evolved study by the lesson and colleagues which involved the study of 15 adults that is, 10 females and 5 males, who have never been exposed to THC.
The study took a 10-day period in which their urine samples were screened for the presence of cannabinoids using radioimmunoassay which is a method of measuring very small amounts of a substance in the blood, though known for producing false positive results and in this case it did. Therefore, the samples were again analyzed using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry an analytical method of identifying different substances within a test sample, and none of the samples screened positive. More likely, it is safe to keep in mind that CBD can interact with other drugs, especially for medical marijuana patients who utilize high doses of its concentrates.
CBD Isolate has no THC and is completely safe from THC testing.
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