Will Microdosing THC Make Me Fail a Drug Test?

Feb 16, 2023The nama Team

There are many benefits of microdosing THC, but even trace amounts of THC can make you fail a drug test. Here’s a user guide about how microdosing THC impacts your body and how long THC stays in your system.

Will Microdosing THC Make Me Fail a Drug Test?

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Microdosing THC Can Make You Fail a Drug Test

Microdosing THC can lead to a positive drug test. Even trace amounts of THC, such as those in our microdosed edibles, can still appear in your test results.

THC binds to fat cells that create metabolites in the body to help break down the cannabinoid. Drug tests will check your urine, saliva, blood, or hair for metabolite levels.

For example, urine tests measure 50 nanograms of THC metabolites per milliliter of urine as the cut-off amount for a negative drug test.

What is THC?

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary cannabinoid in cannabis plants. It impacts the body through the endocannabinoid system, a cell-signaling network that helps maintain key bodily functions. Delta 8 and Delta 9 are the most well-known types of THC.

Delta 9 THC Effects

Delta 9 THC is the most common form of tetrahydrocannabinol. By binding to the body’s endocannabinoid receptors, Delta 9 signals a release of dopamine in the body to cause euphoric, sometimes psychoactive effects.

Products containing Delta 9 are known to produce:

  • Pain and inflammation relief
  • Relaxation and happiness
  • Decreased anxiety
  • Laughter and talkativeness
  • Improved focus

 

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Delta 8 THC Effects

Delta 8 THC is considered to be a milder THC variant, with half the potency of Delta 9. At low doses, Delta 8 should feel uplifting without mind-altering effects.

Delta 8 THC products are known to cause a variety of effects, including:

  • Mild pain relief
  • Relaxation
  • Appetite stimulation
  • Slight euphoria
  • Mood boosting

 

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How Do You Microdose THC?

Microdosing means taking low THC doses. When you microdose cannabis products that contain low THC concentrations, you can experience the health benefits of THC without getting high. Some medical marijuana users will microdose marijuana because they prefer to avoid the high.

Some of the most common ways to microdose THC are:

  • Edibles and gummies
  • Capsules and tablets
  • Oils and tinctures
  • Vape pens
  • Beverages

Low doses of THC are best consumed via quality gummies and edibles, as you can get a precise, measured dosage without the carcinogens associated with smoking cannabis.

For more information about where to buy Delta 9 gummies near you, our article tells where you can get good edibles in any state.

Microdosing THC Dosages

If your experience with cannabis is sparse, you may be looking for a guide to microdosing THC. It’s best to start with low doses of THC to see how your body reacts to THC products. Over time, you can increase your dose level.

Finding the best amount of THC for you depends on things like:

  • Existing health conditions
  • Tolerance to cannabis
  • The type of cannabis product you buy
  • THC content

 

To learn more about the best THC microdosing amounts, read our guide that tells you how much THC to take.

THC doses under 10 mg are considered low amounts. 2.5mg to 5 mg of Delta 9 can induce euphoria and relaxation but are considered microdoses of THC.

All of our products are lebaled with their ingredients and serving sizes so you can take just the right amount. Like our Delta 9 THC Drink Drops, a full spectrum product made with 2.6 mg of THC. They can be added to any drink and come with a convenient dropper for proper dosing.

Microdosing THC Benefits

Cannabis science has shown the plant to have many therapeutic effects. Even in microdoses, THC has been known to:

  • Boost mood and increase energy
  • Reduce anxiety and stress
  • Improve focus and creativity
  • Support sleep hygiene

 

Research has uncovered that microdosing THC could reverse brain aging, making it a healthy choice for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Microdosing THC for Mental Health

People microdose edibles for anxiety and panic attacks because of their relaxing, stress-reducing effects. If you experience symptoms of depression, microdosing THC could help by boosting your energy, decreasing restlessness, and supporting concentration in daily life.

Read our guide about the best weed strains for anxiety and focus to better understand the type of cannabis microdoses you should take for your symptoms.

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Microdosing THC for Chronic Pain

Microdosing THC for pain has helped people with medical conditions like multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and fibromyalgia. Since cannabis has anti-inflammatory properties, many people microdose THC for inflammatory relief. Though research is still underway, microdosing THC could alleviate migraine-related pain and nausea.

Microdosing THC for Sleep

Microdosing edibles helps you fall asleep and stay asleep longer. The CB1 receptors in the body help regulate the sleep-wake cycle. According to research, low doses of THC bind to this receptor to offer relaxation.

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How Long Does THC Stay in Your System?

Cannabis has a long half-life in humans. Research suggests that cannabis stays in your bodily fluids for up to 30 days. However, if you use cannabis daily, it could remain for longer.

Some factors that might determine how long cannabis stays in your system are:

  • How much and how often you consume cannabis
  • How much body fat you have
  • What type of THC drug test you take

Saliva and Blood Tests for THC

Cannabis metabolites are present in saliva and blood for one to three days. If you use THC daily, it can stay in your system for up to 30 days after the most recent dose. Since blood tests are more invasive and take longer to process, they’re not commonly used. Medical professionals may test for THC during an accident or emergency. Saliva tests are commonly used for roadside testing when getting pulled over.

Urine Tests for THC

Urine samples are the preferred way employers and officials will test for THC because they’re the easiest to do and can detect higher concentration levels for longer periods of time. According to research, urine tests are also the most accurate. If you use cannabis less than weekly, chances are the metabolites will appear one to three days after using. For daily users, metabolites could remain for 30 days or more, even if you’ve only microdosed THC.

Hair Tests for THC

Cannabis concentrations can remain in hair follicles for up to 90 days. However, hair tests for THC are not commonly used. They’re the most expensive option for testing and take the longest to obtain results. Some research also suggests that cannabinoids can appear in hair follicles simply from exposure to cannabis smoke. Even if you didn’t smoke it, being in a room with others who have could impact the results.

 

Is Microdosing THC Legal?

After the federal government created a legal distinction between marijuana and hemp products in the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp production became federally legal. Hemp contains no more than 0.3% of THC by dry weight. Marijuana contains more than 0.3% THC by dry weight and is still considered a controlled substance by the federal government.

This means hemp-derived Delta 9 THC is federally legal, but some states do have their own restrictions on Delta 9 and Delta 8’s legality. To find out if Delta 9 is legal in your state,read our guide to state-by-state Delta 9 legality.

All of our products, including our melatonin gummies, are made with 100% American hemp produced in compliance with federal law, so you can consume low doses of THC safely and legally.

Do CBD Gummies Have THC in Them?

CBD gummies can have THC in them. CBD oil, tinctures, and gummies can be sold in three ways:

  • Full spectrum CBD
  • Broad spectrum CBD
  • CBD isolate

 

A broad spectrum product contains multiple cannabis compounds like CBD and CBN, but no THC. A CBD isolate contains pure CBD. Full spectrum CBD contains a range of cannabis compounds, including THC.

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Though a primary difference between CBD vs. THC is that CBD is non-psychoactive, the two cannabinoids impact the body differently. CBD does not bind to the cannabinoid receptors in the body, but rather antagonizes them. CBD is also known to downregulate THC, making the substance more tolerable when taken with CBD.

Taking THC and CBD together creates a cannabis synergy known as the entourage effect. This means that the effects of the cannabinoids are enhanced when combined. While research on whether the entourage effect is real is still new, studies show promising results that the two cannabinoids work well when paired up.

Microdosing THC Drug Test FAQ

Even if you microdose THC a few days before your test, it could still come up positive. If you’re a daily user, it can stay in your system for up to 30 days. If you use less than one per week, it could leave your system in as little as three days.  

THC can remain in your hair follicles for up to 90 days. Keep in mind that cannabis can appear in your hair just from being around it, not only if you consume it.

Refrain from using cannabis for at least 30 days before taking a urine test if you’re a regular user. Cannabis can leave your system faster depending on your metabolism, diet, and amount consumed.

Pure CBD will not show up on a drug test. If you’re taking full spectrum CBD, it does contain traces of THC and can result in a positive test.

Our Sleep gummies are made with CBD, CBN, and 3 mg of melatonin so you can get a good night’s rest without consuming THC for sleep.

Microdosing THC could cause a mild euphoria but should not make you feel high. When you microdose THC, you get to experience the benefits of the cannabinoid without the psychoactivity that many users have an intolerance to.

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Taking low to microdoses of THC while driving should not impair your ability. However, taking more than 25 mg of THC is considered a high dose and is not recommended if you need to drive.

Just one smoke session of THC could cause a failed drug test. If you’ve only smoked once, the cannabinoid should be out of your system in three days. The more often you consume cannabis at higher doses, the longer it remains in your body.

Cannabinoids bind to the fat cells in the body. Practicing a healthy diet that includes exercise and plenty of hydration can help get rid of the metabolites faster.

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