It is highly unlikely that consuming hemp seed or hemp oil will cause a failed drug test. Hemp products contain a small amount of THC, but not enough to register on a drug test. Hemp protein does not affect a urine drug test for cannabis or medical marijuana. The THC content of hemp is below the level required by federal law, making it safe to consume.
CBD is not detected in routine drug tests, so using hemp oil or related products will not result in a positive drug test. Hemp seed oil is made from the seeds of the hemp plant and contains little or no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It does not contain active CBD, so it is safe to consume without fear of failing a drug test. However, it is important to note that the CBD industry is not strictly regulated in the United States and Canada has a large gray market. Therefore, it is possible to fail a drug test with a CBD product if it contains more THC than advertised.
To avoid this, it is important to purchase CBD products from reputable sources and check the label for THC content.