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CBD Oil for pilots


The doctor I see for arthritis has recommended CBD oil for arthritis pain. He did stress that the source is very important and that it should be batch tested.
Another surgeon friend who is an AME (not mine), has been studying CBD and is convinced of it’s therapeutic value for a lot of maladies. He said however that even CBD, labeled as having less than .2% THC might show up on a DOT drug screen.
I have found a CBD supplier with third party testing that shows the THC amount is “non detectable”.
Wife says it is not worth the risk. She does not have arthritis
Anyone with personal or professional experience with CBD and FAA are welcome to chime in.
I’m not finding anything on the web from the FAA, or DOT.


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Navigating the use of CBD oil, especially for pilots with a Class 1 medical in the UK, can be a bit tricky due to the varying regulations and concerns about THC content. It's great that you're doing your research and considering the potential implications.
Your surgeon friend's insights into the therapeutic value of CBD are valuable, but it's essential to consider the potential risk of even trace amounts of THC showing up on a drug screen.
If you're interested in exploring CBD products further or learning more about alternatives, you can check out a reputable dank shop for a range of options and accessories. Always better to be well-informed and cautious when it comes to your health and profession.