I’ve been running this drug testing website for well over a year. We’ve seen a ton of things happen in the marijuana industry that has fueled a lot of content on the site as well as changed the landscape of how our country treats it on a State to State basis. In some States, we have legalization. In some, we have it approved for medicinal purposes. For others, it’s a hybrid of recreational and medicinal.
Pushing that aside, we’ve had a lot of topics involving MMA fighters. There have been many talks about the role of drugs in Mixed Martial Arts, and there have been many talks about how this should be treated and governed. I can point to the time three fighters failed a drug test at Fight Night 104, as well as the famous Diaz Brothers Golden Doobie. Stuff like this always raises eyebrows, and it’s funny to see how the reactions from people can vary so much.
However, the one topic that really gets avoided, yet it’s a growing topic, is CBD oils. What are their roles in society, and how are they treated? More importantly, today I’ll answer this question:
Can Using CBD Oil Make You Fail Drug Tests?
This was brought up to my attention while reading Dustin Poirier’s social media.
There is a lot of banter on this topic, so it’s best to really lay out some “what ifs” in a scenario like this. If the dose of a hemp extract contains less than 1% THC, it shouldn’t give a positive test result.
I’m honestly unsure how you even find this out, but if you can openly buy it somewhere other than a dispensary, I’m sure you are fine. I’m seeing hemp products pop up in Whole Foods, as well as other places.