CBD or Cannabidiol has exploded in popularity over the last few years, but quality information and consumer education is still severely lacking. By its very nature, CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that holds many useful and beneficial properties.
CBD does not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol, which still remains federally illegal (despite many states passing medical and recreational cannabis laws). This means that using CBD will not cause you to explicitly fail a drug test, which is designed to detect THC metabolites. So what does it really mean to have Zero THC CBD?
Simply put, during our Zero THC extraction process, CBD is isolated from all other potential cannabinoids at a chemical level. Our Full Spectrum products, however, are not as targeted and do include small amounts of other cannabinoids, which can include a trace amount of THC (usually less than .02% by volume). By isolating the CBD molecule we are able to ensure that no other cannabinoids that might potentially test positive are present.