Delta 8 THC can be found in urine, so it will show up on a drug test. Unfortunately, there is no loophole that will help you pass a drug test if you have recently used Delta 8 products. If you are worried about not passing a drug test due to Delta 8, it is best to avoid using any products containing this cannabinoid for at least 30 days. When it comes to blood tests, Delta 8 is not as easily detected.
However, if you have taken a product with Delta 8 THC, this metabolite will be present in your body and will appear in a drug test. Not enough research has been done on Delta 8 to accurately determine its effects on the body. Plus, since Delta 8 is not federally regulated, there is no guarantee that the amount of THC listed on the product label is accurate. Therefore, if you are concerned about not passing a drug test based on your employment or activity guidelines, full-spectrum CBD products and Delta 9 may not be the right choice for you.
In addition, manufacturers are not required to disclose what chemicals they used to convert other cannabinoids into Delta 8.Therefore, it is important to know exactly what you are getting before you buy or use any product containing THC Delta 9 (or Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol).If you don't pass a drug test because of Delta 8 THC, the best thing to do is talk to your employer or school. They may be able to provide more information about how to proceed.