Hemp seeds, which are commonly used in food, have been tested using GC-MS and have not been found to contain marijuana. However, ingesting hemp seed food products can lead to urine samples that test positive for marijuana. Laws that prohibit the use of cannabis in the workplace vary from state to state. Hemp protein contains a small amount of THC, but not enough to cause you to fail a drug test.
HEMP protein does not affect a urine drug test for cannabis or MMJ. The THC content of less than 0.3% in hemp is below the level required by federal law and is therefore safe to consume. A routine drug test does not detect CBD, so using hemp oil or other related products will not result in a positive drug test result. However, the CBD industry is not strictly regulated in the United States and there is a large gray market in Canada.
Therefore, it is possible to fail a drug test with a CBD product, so we will discuss how this can happen below. It is possible to fail a drug test for THC-based marijuana in hemp oil, hemp seed, or hemp seed extract, which is an ingredient found in many CBD oils and supplements. Hemp seed oil is made from the seeds of the hemp plant and contains little or no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or active CBD.