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How Long Does CBD Stay In Your System?

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If you’re thinking about incorporating CBD into your wellness ritual, chances are you may be wondering how long will CBD stay in your system too. The TL;DR answer is pretty simple: it depends on how your body processes it. For most people, this takes about 1 to 2 weeks. There’s a handful of factors that make how your body processes CBD unique to you. Your metabolism, the amount of CBD you take, how often you take it, and even what times of the day you take CBD can all play a role in how quickly you feel the desired benefits from your CBD regimen.

I Love CBD, but I Really Love Being Employed

Same, tbh. We get it. The possibility of failing a drug test could be embarrassing, and potentially even cost you your job. For some like teachers, medical professionals, and government employees, drug testing is a fact of life. Whether or not CBD shows up on a drug test is one of our most frequently asked questions, and for good reason. THC is usually among the compounds that most drug tests screen for. If passing a drug test is a priority, we totally understand and typically recommend our broad spectrum products such as Pure Bloom, Bright Side, or Bliss Balm. These products are 100% THC free, and still have the full range of cannabinoids that many people find to be a worthwhile addition in their wellness ritual. If your employer has a zero-tolerance policy about THC, we recommend avoiding full spectrum products and to instead reach for a broad spectrum option. Simply put, these products won’t trigger positive drug test results because most drug tests aren’t looking for CBD. 

We Make Sure You Have That Good Good 

Quality is everything when it comes to wellness products. It’s up to you, the consumer, to stay informed about the products you choose, support, and purchase that ultimately go into your body. CBD is no different. If your CBD comes from low-quality isolates, there’s always a possibility that trace amounts of THC could be part of the mix. It gets even murkier when it comes to CBD that’s imported from overseas where licensing, regulations and health standards are much lower, can often become cross-contaminated with “hot” products containing THC. Part of our mission has always been transparency and providing our customers with crystal clear documentation about the quality of our hemp. We only use high-quality, natural, American-grown hemp, and make every single batch report available on our lab certificates page.

If you’re ever feeling unsure, we’re here to put your mind at ease. Slide into our DM’s with your questions, and we’ll help you find a CBD product that’s tailored to your needs. 

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