Unlike THC, CBD does not contain any psychotropic properties, it does not alter perception. This is why CBD is legal and THC is not.
CBD is considered a common consumer product, so it is not subject to any regulation regarding the maximum consumption of CBD or restriction of its use, with the exception that its sale is prohibited to those under 18 years old.
The drug tests carried out by the police (for example at roadblocks) target four families of substances: Cocaine, Amphetamines, Opiates and Cannabis.
Regarding Cannabis, the test only allows to reveal the presence of THC in the organism. The consumption of CBD cannot give rise to a positive result for drug use, even if significant amounts are observed, since it is a totally legal substance. However, you must pay special attention not to consume CBD e-liquids or CBD oil that do not offer absolute guarantees that their THC content is less than 0.2% (this can happen with brands bought abroad or that are not from total confidence).
CBD and driving
Depending on the dose, CBD can have a more or less pronounced relaxing effect. Depending on the sensitivity of the user, and the dose, CBD can affect their alertness or even cause drowsiness, with the consequent risk of accident. This is the reason why it is recommended not to consume CBD before driving, or doing any other activity that requires intense activity or concentration, regardless of any legal aspect. It is the same case that occurs with many medications with effects of relaxation and / or drowsiness.
We advise consuming CBD during your calm and relaxed moments.