How Long Does CBD Stay In Your Body?
How long does CBD stay in your body? The answer is, like most things in life, it depends.
However, you might be surprised to find out that in some cases of light usage, your body could expel all traces of your CBD use in a matter of hours. On the other hand, if you enjoy CBD on a regular, or heavy basis (subjective, we know), the CBD traces could be in your system for up to a month.
It’s considered that the half-life of CBD in the human body can range from 1 hour to 5 days. ‘Half-life’ is how long the body takes to eliminate one-half of a substance from the person in question.
How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System if You Eat It?
If you choose to eat or drink your CBD products, that could mean that traces of the cannabinoids could be in your system for 10, and up to 25 days.
That said, realize that CBD is a broader term for a number of cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Hemp, a variety of Cannabis often used to make CBD products, is by nature, very low in THC.
So if you are concerned about CBD in your system (for a drug test), it might be the levels of THC that you’re really concerned about.
What Does COA Mean for CBD?
In this case, COA stands for Certificate of Analysis. A COA is a laboratory-verified & certified issued document that provides a wide array of information about the product in question.
This information can include levels of potency for the ingredients listed and of course, would list any detectable levels of THC.
With such a rush to the booming CBD market, you can expect to have even more products put in front of you. Some will last, but most won’t and that’s just the free market speaking. Though, if you’ve lost your job over a product you thought would help your Monday morning anxiety, that’s just not a great way to retain your customers.
At Bimble, not only do we care about the sparkling CBD beverages we produce for the world, we take ‘broad spectrum’ CBD and all of our ingredients very seriously. For this reason, our innovative and healthful CBD drinks also contain; CBC, CBG, and CBN; this is considered the ‘Gold Standard’ of a CBD profile.
Finally, if even trace amounts of THC would raise issue with anyone that would like to administer a urine test to you, we’ve got you covered on that front as well as our beverages contain zero THC.
You can visit our published COA right here: Bimble CBD Drinks COA
Though, we’ll save you a click. As for the trace quantities of THC in our CBD drinks? ‘ND’ = None Detected.