The urinalysis can show a variety of substances, and each is detectable for a different period of time. Cannabis is a plant that produces a thick substance filled with compounds called cannabinoids. There are more than 100 of these chemicals in cannabis. They cause drug-like reactions in the body.
Because THC is the main psychoactive substance in marijuana, it can be detected in most standard drug tests. CBD can also be detected, but many drug tests aren't designed to detect cannabidiol. Because of this, broad-spectrum CBD products are less likely to contain THC than full-spectrum CBD products. In theory, obtaining a false positive in a drug test with CBD oil should be relatively impossible with a pure CBD oil that contains less than 0.3% THC.
However, because CBD oil is not well regulated, there is no guarantee that a product contains pure CBD oil or that its concentration will be safe or effective. Very small amounts of THC present in the material from which the CBD is extracted can reach the CBD oil in quantities high enough to result in a positive drug test. Remember that CBD products that come from marijuana, along with full-spectrum CBD products derived from hemp, are more likely to contain THC. Like full-spectrum CBD products, broad-spectrum CBD products contain additional compounds found in the plant, including terpenes and other cannabinoids.
Consuming CBD can result in a positive drug test result if the CBD product consumed contains higher levels of THC than indicated on the label, a discrepancy that is not as uncommon as you might think. The most common reason for a CBD test to fail is that a person is using a CBD oil product that contains THC. Although CBD in certain forms is legal in most states, the details of the legality of any THC or CBD product may vary from state to state.