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Navy to Sailors and Marines: Stay Clear of CBD

 

CBD is now the enemy of the armed forces.

A new Navy policy states that enlisted personnel who test positive for THC or other controlled substances for which they have no valid prescription are subject to mandatory administrative processing and could receive a discharge characterized as “Other Than Honorable” (OTH), which can affect future veteran’s benefits and employment opportunities. That means staying clear of CBD too, as the military feels the canabanoid would interfere with Navy and Marine Corps drug testing programs and “result in the reporting of unlawful THC levels.”

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