Hemp seed products, such as hemp oil, hemp seeds, and hemp seed extract, have become increasingly popular supplements in recent years. While these products are generally safe to consume, there is some concern that they may cause a false positive result on a drug test. Fortunately, research has shown that it is highly unlikely that consuming hemp seed products will lead to a positive drug test result for THC-based marijuana. THC is the psychoactive component of marijuana that is responsible for its intoxicating effects. While hemp seed oil does contain trace amounts of THC, it is present in such small amounts that it is unlikely to cause a positive drug test result.
Hemp protein supplements contain even lower amounts of THC than shelled hemp seeds, so they should not cause a false positive result either. It is important to note that allergies to hemp seeds have been reported, although this is rare. If you are concerned about the possibility of a false positive drug test result, it is best to purchase hemp seeds that are produced in Canada, as these products meet strict standards and have had their THC content removed. Additionally, it would take a very large dose of hemp seed products to cause a positive drug test result. In conclusion, consuming hemp seed products is unlikely to cause a false positive drug test result for THC-based marijuana.
However, if you are concerned about this possibility, it is best to purchase hemp seeds that are produced in Canada and have had their THC content removed.