Products made with hemp seeds have a variable concentration of cannabinoids and their ingestion can lead to positive results in screening tests and confirmatory urine tests both in the emergency department and in the workplace. Hemp-based foods and body products produced and sold commercially in the United States are not legally allowed to contain the potentially psychoactive cannabinoid known as THC (Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol). However, consuming hemp foods that are not commercially produced, hemp-based oils, or using homemade hemp-based products may have risks of testing positive. And be wary of online retailers; researchers have found that 21% of online CBD and hemp products were mislabeled.
It turns out that, depending on the source of the cannabis used to produce CBD oil, some products contain traces of THC. Hemp seed oil is generally used for nutritional purposes because it contains vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. The reason for this widespread mislabeling is that CBD products are not strictly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Foods and products not regulated by the federal government, such as those purchased at a dispensary, an agricultural market, or even products purchased online, do not necessarily follow any type of federal food safety guideline or Food and Drug Administration regulation.
However, it's not uncommon for sellers to mislabel their products as THC-free hemp when, in reality, it's a low-quality oil extracted from marijuana. Cannabis is the general term that describes hemp and marijuana plants, two different varieties of the Cannabis genus. The current results indicate that this may not be true and that the results may have “potential adverse consequences, including loss of employment and legal or treatment ramifications”, despite the legality of hemp-derived products. If a laboratory-tested hemp product contained traces of this compound, it would be in such small quantities that it would probably take exorbitant amounts of ingestion or use for it, even remotely, to start showing up in the smallest amount in a drug test.
So if you're wondering if using hemp products can make you test positive on a drug test - the answer is yes. If you know you'll need to take a drug test, avoid full-spectrum CBD products that may contain small amounts of THC. But what about oils made with cannabis, such as hemp oil and CBD oil? Does hemp oil show up on a drug test? The answer is yes - if you're using a product with traces of THC in it. To be safe, always buy your CBD and hemp products from reputable sources and make sure they are labeled correctly.