Even CBD products will have trace amounts of THC inside

It’s good seeing people embracing CBD products, especially by the sorts of people that resisted any legal marijuana products roughly two decades prior. I would rather see people change their minds and inspire others to do the same than hold them responsible for slowing the progression of the industry to begin with. These people wailed and whined for the longest time over fair and responsible marijuana consumption, and now they’re benefitting from the fruits of our suffering as if they weren’t the actual people stopping cannabis in all forms for such a long while. It genuinely angers me, although I hold my tongue. As long as these hypocrites confess they were wrong and change their voting habits, I can absolutely swallow my rage. It’s strenuous having memories of D.A.R.E. class in school and dealing with those smug-brained alcoholics brainwashing me into believing that THC is totally evil and a gateway drug to crack cocaine and heroin. Now these same people are popping capsules with full spectrum CBD oil inside basically like it’s nobody’s business. What they don’t grasp is that their CBD products undoubtedly have very small amounts of THC inside. There was this federal employee in Texas who lost her task and her pension after she was actually tested positive for THC when claimed to be consuming nothing but pure CBD products. She was buying a product that said it had “zero THC” right on the label, but she still was shown to be positive. It’s possible that a batch was mislabeled at the factory, because a vast majority of full spectrum CBD products contain trace amounts of THC inside. Often it’s actually good enough to trigger a drug test if you’re consuming a fair amount of the product.

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