Hemp is of the same plant genus as marijuana and some people assume this means hemp has the same psychoactive characteristics. The psychoactive nature of marijuana stems from its THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content, which only exists at a negligible level in hemp. Hemp typically has a maximum THC content of 0.01%, which is considerably lower than the EU legal limit of 0.2%, and completely different to marijuana’s THC content of about 12%. The THC levels are higher in whole hemp seeds, as THC is concentrated in the shell of the seed. We work with de-hulled hemp seeds and hemp protein powder which contains very small traces of THC. The customer would need to consume more than 250-300g of seeds per day for a small chance to fail a drugs test. We recommend customers to take 30g of the product per day.
Could consuming Sevenhills Wholefoods Organic Shelled Hemp Seeds result in a failed drug test? Print
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