Chandler is a nurse assistant from Hillsboro, Oregon, failed her drug test when she applied for a job in a local clinic. She admitted that she had used CBD oil to help with her anxiety, shortly beforehand.
Nowadays CBD products have been widely disseminated in America. You can buy them everywhere from petrol stations to supermarkets. Unfortunately, some users are not aware of the difference between the two main types of CBD. There is a broad spectrum and a full spectrum.
According to Renee Barnes, co-owner of the CBD products store in Portland, full-spectrum products are made up of hundreds of cannabinoids embedded in the cannabis plant. While broad-spectrum CBD products do not contain THC (the psychoactive compound). Barnes said buyers should be careful about labeling or get full advice from the seller.
Chandler said she would never have taken products containing THC, as she has been aware of the consequences. During the urine drug test for employment, she was sure that she would pass it. However, the test was positive and the employer rejected her application.
Chandler agreed, that such tests are necessary for hiring, so she didn’t blame the employer for this decision. Also, this mistake became fatal for the Chandler family, as she had lost most of her income.
Chandler decided to share her story and warn as many people as possible. She wanted to save CBD users from such situations if they value their workplace. Barns said people couldn’t be completely sure how their bodies would react to different specters of CBD. Therefore, they must abolish the use of CBD before taking a drug test.
It is recalled that CBD, a naturally occurring extract of the cannabis Sativa plant, has gained a huge popularity in the US. Manufacturers add this component in different kinds of products from sweets to pet food. There is a perception that CBD can regulate sleep and mood, relieve anxiety and pain.