No, CBD present in all strains of hemp is not a psychoactive compound—CBD will not get you high (unless it contains THC). A high quality tested CBD product that is THC-free should not cause you to fail a drug test.
To avoid any concerns about psychoactive effects or failed drug tests, our CBD is labeled as THC-Free and is supported by third-party published testing for every batch via QR code on the carton.
Is Dr. Formulated hemp organic?
From a brand you can trust, Garden of Life offers Dr. Formulated CBD—THC-free whole hemp extracts. Our entire line is formulated by David Perlmutter, M.D. and is third-party certified by Labdoor to be THC-free. All of our CBD products proudly use hemp grown in the USA, are certified Non-GMO, and are made using a clean extraction process that is free from solvents and harsh chemicals.
Cannabidiol, abbreviated to “CBD,” is one of approximately 115 phytocannabinoids naturally occurring in hemp (cannabis) plants.
Our hemp is 100% grown and produced in the USA. We established our farm co-op in eastern Oregon for one simple reason—it is one of the most fertile biomes for hemp cultivation in the world. Our farming collective has deep roots in organic and regenerative farming.
U.S Hemp Roundtable
Hemp seeds are the seeds of the Cannabis sativa plant. The seeds of the plant do not naturally contain THC or CBD. The hemp seed-derived ingredients that are the subject of these GRAS notices contain only trace amounts of THC and CBD, which the seeds may pick up during harvesting and processing when they are in contact with other parts of the plant. Consumption of these hemp seed-derived ingredients is not capable of making consumers “high.”
11. In making the two previous determinations about THC, why did FDA conclude that THC is an active ingredient in a drug product that has been approved under section 505 of the FD&C Act? In making the two previous determinations about CBD, why did FDA determine that substantial clinical investigations have been authorized for and/or instituted, and that the existence of such investigations has been made public?
A. The FDA is aware that several states have either passed laws that remove state restrictions on the medical use of cannabis and its derivatives or are considering doing so. It is important to conduct medical research into the safety and effectiveness of cannabis products through adequate and well-controlled clinical trials. We welcome the opportunity to talk with states who are considering support for medical research of cannabis and its derivatives, so that we can provide information on Federal and scientific standards.
If you have concerns that your pet is suffering adverse effects from ingesting cannabis or any substance containing cannabis, consult your veterinarian, local animal emergency hospital or an animal poison control center immediately.
FDA relies on applicants and scientific investigators to conduct research. The agency’s role, as laid out in the FD&C Act, is to review data submitted to the FDA in an application for approval to ensure that the drug product meets the statutory standards for approval.