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When we start looking into CBD products, one of the main questions that pops up is “how much THC is in CBD oil?”
And we all have different reasons for asking this question.
Some of us like the inclusion of THC, while others shudder at the possibility of psychoactive effects and all the other side effects that can arise.
In short, CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC as designated by the 2018 Farm Bill that federally decriminalized hemp.
However, it’s natural to have a few lingering questions.
With this in mind, allow us to touch on a few other areas in order to provide an in-depth understanding of how much THC is in CBD oil and how you can find this information when you want to access it.
The cannabis plant is absolutely amazing. It produces over a hundred different cannabinoids, and they all bring various benefits to the table. But for the purpose of this conversation, we’re sticking to CBD and THC.
Hemp, by its genetic composition, produces minimal amounts of THC throughout the cultivation process. Hemp and cannabis have many similarities in appearance, texture, and aroma, but the THC content and effects of the actual plant are the greatest distinguishing characteristics.
Hemp is the term used to describe cannabis plants, which contain less than 0.3% THC, and this number determines the legality. CBD is known for producing therapeutic effects people find helpful in a wide range of ways.
Cannabis, on the other hand, contains more than 0.3% THC and can reach upward of 30% with premium cannabis plants. This type of cannabis plant is known to produce intense psychotropic effects.
Many people want to know if you can get high from the THC content in CBD oil.
Simply put, no, you can’t get “high” from CBD.
However, you will experience full-body relaxation that you’ll find helpful in various ways.
There’s a ton of variety in the market these days. This means you’ll need to carefully read product labels because there are many CBD products available with unique CBD to THC ratios. These types of products are cannabis-derived, so this is why it’s important to carefully read the labels and product descriptions.
This can be confusing to consumers concerning THC content and issues of legality. You need to make sure your prospective product is hemp-derived and contains less than 0.3 % hemp to confirm the potency and legal status.
If you need further information regarding this matter, please check the certificate of analysis. These are third-party lab results and should be accessible on the company’s website. When you look at these lab results, you can confirm the specific amount of THC in the product and many other things such as toxins, chemicals, CBD, etc.
We offer a wide range of products that cater to specific wants and needs. As a result, let’s start with the different CBD oils created in the production process.
Most commonly, you’ll see full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and CBD isolate products. If you’re somewhat versed in hemp knowledge, you’ll have a general idea of how these products differ, but let’s recap, so we’re all on the same page.
Once harvested, the hemp plants are ready for the extraction process.
Full-spectrum hemp oil contains all of the plant’s compounds or cannabinoids. Since it includes the full-spectrum of cannabinoids it still contains trace amounts of CBD. In this case, those trace amounts are less than 0.3% THC.
This amount of THC won’t produce any psychoactive effects, but it will activate the entourage effect. This is when all the cannabinoids present in the CBD are able to work in synergy to produce more pronounced therapeutic effects.
Broad-spectrum hemp oil goes through the same extraction process as full-spectrum, but it undergoes an extra step that ultimately pulls all THC traces from the oil. This is a useful option for those who have to take drug screenings for work occasionally.
Although full-spectrum oil contains minimal trace amounts of THC, there’s still the rare chance of a false positive test.
Then, there’s always CBD isolate products, which is 100% pure CBD—nothing more, nothing less.
If you’re wondering how much THC is in CBDfx products, the answer varies because we carry both full-spectrum and broad-spectrum products. For examples of specific products, our CBD tincture oils are made with full-spectrum oils primarily, and CBDfx gummies contain broad-spectrum oil.
If you have questions about other products, you can determine which type of oil the product contains by looking at the product description page. If you have any further questions, our stellar customer service team is always available to answer questions.
Armed with all the information you need to make an informed decision, let’s recap.
You know the difference between hemp and cannabis and how to confirm the potency of your product. This is important because, for CBD products to be legal, they can’t have more than 0.3% THC content.
Many prefer CBD for its therapeutic benefits as opposed to the psychoactive effects THC produces. THC makes a bad situation worse for some people. So, always aim to understand your needs first to find what you’re looking for.
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