Our THC-free oil is made with broad spectrum hemp extract. When tested for cannabinoid content, this product shows non-detect for THC. This won't necessarily mean you will pass a drug test, but if you prefer to not have THC in your oil, this is a good option.
• Made with broad spectrum hemp extract • 600mg CBD per bottle • 20mg CBD per dropper (1mL) • 30 droppers ber bottle
Non-detectable THC - just because this product does not test positive for THC, it does not mean you will necessarily pass a drug test when consuming.
The most important thing with CBD is consistency. Find a time of the day when CBD fits into your routine.
Our droppers have measurement lines on them at .25 ml, .5 ml, .75 ml, and 1 ml.
1 full dropper is equal to 1 ml.
There is 40 mg of CBD in 1 ml.
To use, place 1 ml of oil in your mouth then swallow.
Make sure to take CBD everyday.
It can take up to 3 weeks for CBD to build up in your bloodstream, so we recommend taking it consistently for 3 weeks before making a judgement.
There are 30 full droppers of CBD in 1 bottle, so a bottle should last about a month.
What is broad spectrum? How is it different from full spectrum?
Broad Spectrum means that the THC has been removed from the hemp extract utilizing distillation. When tested by a 3rd-party lab, our Broad Spectrum CBD Oil will test “non-detect” for THC.
Can I still fail a drug test with a Broad Spectrum or THC Free product?
Yes - it is possible to still fail a drug test. Although the THC is non detectable by lab equipment there are still very small trace amounts present in the oil that overtime could cause a positive test on a drug test.
Why would I take broad spectrum CBD instead of full spectrum CBD?
If you are sensitive to THC, a broad spectrum CBD oil might be a good choice for you. In addition, the broad spectrum oil has a much lighter taste and for some is more palatable. Full spectrum oil has shown to be more effective than broad spectrum in studies due to a wider range of cannabinoids and terpenes that are responsible for health benefits. However, a broad spectrum oil is still effective.