The likelihood of an employee failing a drug test for CBD oil is pretty low. I would question that myself. As the amount of actual THC should be so low they would have to consume so much, and your drug test would most likely not even be testing for CBD.
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Some CBD oil does have small amounts of THC but to be considered CBD the amount must be less then 3%. Other CBD oils are derived from Hemp and are completely THC free. It is highly unlikely that someone would fail a drug test with the use of CBD oil.
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I had a typo in my reply. The amount of THC in CBD (THC free oil) is less than .3% (not less than 3%).
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