Help! Does Delta-10 THC Show Up on Drug Tests?
Delta-10 THC is changing the way we think about cannabinoids and the world in which we live. We now have access to an all-natural hemp extract that allows us to feel a euphoric buzz anytime we want for the first time ever. And unlike other cannabinoids like Delta-8 THC or Delta-9, Delta-10 THC has a real purpose beyond the buzz. Thanks to this sativa-like cannabinoid, users like you can now feel a blast of energy, creativity, and focus like never before.
Delta-10 is turning people Hyper all across the country. With Hyper Brand Delta-10 Vapes and Hyper Brand Delta-10 Gummies, you can whiz through your day without feeling groggy or tired. There’s no task too big or too small that can’t be tackled thanks to this new and novel cannabinoid. Hemp has always been one of the more miraculous plants grown on planet earth, but with Delta-10 THC, it’s reached a whole new level.
So there is absolutely nothing that could kill your buzz right now. Well, almost nothing.
Because a question we get around here at the CBD Mall a lot (and we mean a lot) is about drug tests. Can Delta-10 THC make you fail a drug test? It’s a fair question and one that you should have the answers to, so you can make informed decisions about your use.
We know that 99.99% of the time, CBD won’t turn up on a drug test. Even when your CBD has up to the federal limit of 0.3% THC in it, chances are you will be fine. However, there are exceptions. Sometimes false positives happen. Sometimes drug tests widen their ranges so that even the tiniest amount of THC shows up. But for the most part, you’re safe with CBD. We caution you that there are no guarantees here and that it’s always best to abstain from everything if you have to take a drug test, but these are the facts as we know them.
Delta-8 THC, on the other hand, will most definitely cause you to fail a drug test. That’s because Delta-8 THC is so close in chemical structure to Delta-9, or cannabis. Chances are, if you use Delta-8 THC, it will register as good old-fashioned cannabis when you pee in that cup, and, well, you probably don’t want that to happen — we rarely see people who take drug tests because they need to have drugs in their system. So in the case of Delta-8, you should definitely abstain if you’re going to be tested.
“Delta-8 may not have effects as strong as those of its more potent counterparts (such as delta-9 THC), but it can show up on a drug test regardless,” one site noted. “Therefore, you will need to be careful about rushing into scheduling a test immediately after you have used a delta-8 product.”
But what about Delta-10 THC? Will Delta-10 make you fail a drug test?
Yes, yes, it will.