There are so many different cannabinoids out there that things can get quite confusing. This is especially the case in terms of knowing what is legal and what is not, and what will get you busted on a drug test. Today, we are here to look at one very special cannabinoid, THC-O, otherwise known as THC-O acetate. THC-O is one of the newest cannabinoids out there, and it is causing quite a controversy. Yes, THC-O, because it is technically hemp-derived, should be legal at a federal level. However, this does not mean that THC-O won't show up on a drug test, particularly as regular THC, which is what drug tests scan for. Let's find out exactly what THC-O is, how it's made, if it will show up on a drug test, and how long it stays in your system. We'll also take a quick look at some of the best ways to detox your system from THC-O, so you can pass a drug test as quickly as possible.
- THCO stands for THC-O-Acetate.
- This is not a naturally occurring cannabinoid, but rather is man-made.
- If the proper production processes are followed, THC-O is completely legal.
- Will THCO Fail a Drug Test? YES, THC-O will make you fail a drug test!
- Depending on the drug test method being used, it may be detectable in your system for several months.