If you consume any form of cannabinoids, it is possible, though unlikely, that you could fail a DSAT( Drug Abuse Screening Test). Testing positive for THC? Far less likely.
Let’s talk about how positive tests happen and why Green Lotus Hemp products are the best choice for any consumer facing a potential drug screening.
There are a lot of factors to consider:
1) Did you purchase your CBD product from a company that tests with a state-certified, CGMP lab? Do they provide the name and contact information of the “third party service” that tests their products? (We do.)
Contaminated or mislabeled products account for the overwhelming majority of failed drug tests resulting from non-psychoactive cannabinoid usage.
Many companies cut corners when it comes to quality control, and as a result, their products are littered with prohibited levels of THC and other contaminants. Do your research before buying!
2) Does your drug screening test for the presence of CBD, or just THC?
Marijuana is full of cannabinoids, so some tests do use CBD as a chemical marker. On the other hand, most tests look for the presence of THC.
If you take a DSAT that tests for THC concentration, it is extremely unlikely (if you follow our on-label instructions) that you will test positive for THC and fail the test.
Why? Because Green Lotus Hemp uses CGMP state-certified lab testing, and our products consistently test at .01% THC, 30 times lower than the established limit.
3) What about false-positives?
Yes, CBD users are susceptible to false-positives, but most false-positives result from users consuming a whopping 1000mg of cannabinoids.
What would it take to get 1000mg of cannabinoids in your system? You could start by quaffing an entire bottle of Green Lotus Hemp’s 1500mg Oral Tincture! (Do not do this)
For our 1500mg tincture, we recommend taking one 1ml under the tongue, once in the morning and once in the night. This amounts to a comparably minuscule 100mg per day, and that’s for our most highly-concentrated tincture! Stick to our recommended dosages and you’ll significantly reduce the risk of tripping a false-positive.
No matter the conditions, there is always a risk of failing a drug test. Before you take a drug test, consider speaking with your employer. Explain to them why you may end up testing positive and how you benefit from cannabinoids.