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Simply Hemp’s CBD is acquired in the US is from a legal hemp program in a state that is fully compliant with Federal Farm Bill section 7606. Coming from the State of Kentucky. Simply Hemp does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances ACT. (US CSA)
The State of Kentucky simply has the best legislative and regulatory pathway to empower hemp programs to grow, cultivate, process and market hemp and hemp-derived CBD. KDA clearly articulates that the hemp flower is to be processed as an agricultural commodity — food.
Our products contain 0.03% or less THC.
Drug test are looking to find traces of THC, not CBD. Simply Hemp’s CBD oils contain .3% CBD or less. Is this enough to fail a drug test? It could be. It depends on how much you ingest in a day and your bodies metabolic breakdown. If a person were to consume anywhere from 1000 to 2000 mg of CBD in a day, that would be enough to result in a positive for marijuana on a drug test. (Our highest recommended dose is 25 mg per day) However, it would be a false positive. And if the sample were to undergo a GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry) test to verify if it’s actually positive, it would then be found to be negative as those particular tests are more accurate and do not detect CBD or other cannabinoids. Therefore, we are not held liable for any drug test you may fail after ingesting our CBD products.
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