Ever since the finalization of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp-derived products have become the latest boom, and it seems as if everyone wants to rid their ailments with nature’s miracle medicine. However, there are many that are standing leery in a scare that they’ll fail a drug test from using the products, which means people are going without the therapeutic benefit and continue to rely on opioids and chemicals to receive any sign of relief.
Blake Brown is one of the owners of PRYME CBD, a business that established itself in Dothan, AL. to serve those looking for an alternative to getting some relief for their ailments. The store is filled with a variety of products, from oils to edibles to flower, and much more. Unfortunately, there are many people that continue to suffer each day that will never step through the doors of this business because they are afraid of failing a drug test while using the products.
To set the record straight, WTVY’s Aybriel Beckham did her own research for the news station by speaking with Health Link Drug Testing in Dothan. President of Health Link, Scott Covington said, “the test for marijuana for CBD oil the cutoff is 50 nanograms and in order to do that you’ve got to be under the influence of marijuana. The CBD oil has to contain less than 3 percent.”
Aybriel’s research concluded with a result that shared for those that might be concerned in Alabama, there isn’t anything to worry about because of the way the test results are confirmed. During the interview with the WTVY news reporter, Blake shared information about the products and also adds that all of the products in the PRYME store contain less than 0.3% as according to the 2018 Farm Bill, are official distributors for the eight brands it carries, and all products are 100% legal in the United States. To speak with Blake directly or learn more about products, you can visit 126 South Alice St., Suite #5 Dothan, AL.