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IF YOU ARE ASKING THIS then the CBD is not for you. Failing a drug test isn’t the only way you can get in trouble if your job says you cannot use Hemp products. You will not fail a drug test from pure natural CBD…….however, you need to do your research don’t be afraid to ask any shop if this product has third party tests done on it. At our shop we only import 100% USA & European Union approved legal CBD. There has been a wave of “Illegal” Synthetic products flooding our “Organic CBD” market here in Bavaria and in many places in the EU. These products are in fact called K2, Spice, Zombie, Synthetic Marijuana and they are sold as CBD, it is not at all CBD. Many smaller companies or home made products will not have any labels or safety information. Just be smart and ask, if it feels shady it probably is. Upon request we have all the 3rd party lab test for every single one of our Organic CBD products. 

 

Current U.S Military Laws

 The U.S Government has laws and regulations that prohibit the use of “Hemp” products that do not pertain to Civilians. Even though “Industrial HEMP” products are legal in ALL 50 States. Below you can find the Official Literature that pertains to your service’s laws, regulations & feelings towards the use of products made with “Industrial HEMP”.  

 

Air Force:  AFI 90-507, section 1.1.6, states that “the ingestion of products containing or products derived from hemp seed or hemp seed oil is prohibited.” 

 

Army:  Army Substance Abuse Program, AR600-85, section 4-2p states “this regulation prohibits Soldiers from using Hemp or products containing Hemp oil.” 

 

Marine Corps:  The Marine Corps currently have no restrictions on the use of hemp-based products that are legally sold in the United States. 

 

Navy:  OPNAVINST 5350.4d, Drug Testing Program, Enclosure (2), states that the “Navy has ‘zero tolerance’ for…the wrongful use, possession, manufacture, or distribution of a controlled substance,” which includes marijuana and THC. The Navy does not have a formal policy on the use of hemp products in food. 

 

Coast Guard: COMDTINST M1000.10, Chapter 5, section D.1, states that “The Coast Guard does not tolerate the intentional use of illegal drugs, illicit chemical analogues, or prescription drug misuse. This includes ingestion of hemp oil or products made with hemp seed oil; however, does not include food items regulated and approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) that contain hemp ingredients.”

 

Currently underway in 2020:

“the House of Representatives voted in favor of an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that approves the use of CBD and other hemp-derived products by members of the United States military. The measure, sponsored by Iraq War veteran Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), passed by a vote of 336-71.

“Secretary of Defense may not prohibit, on the basis of a product containing hemp or any ingredient derived from hemp, the possession, use, or consumption of such product by a member of the Armed Forces” under the condition that “such possession, use, or consumption is in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local law,” the amendment states.

Gabbard enacted the amendment in response to an early 2020 announcement by the Department of Defense (DOD) forbidding CBD use by service members, even though CBD is federally legal. Since the DOD’s announcement, different branches of the military have issued their own conflicting CBD policies.

Outlined in 2019 guidelines from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the issue is over the possibility that some CBD products might theoretically contain traces of THC, the intoxicating cannabis compound. What products, specifically, isn’t clear. Nonetheless, the DOD released a blanket statement dounouncing CBD use.” Cited from an article on MerryJane