Is Hemp SAFE?
Hemp is completely different from Its Cousin; in its function, cultivation and application. In its application, both strains serve completely different purposes. Hemp is used in the variety of other applications that its cousin could not be used. These include nutritional supplements, skin products, clothing, and accessories. In general, hemp is known to have more than 25.000 possible applications.
Can you get “High” off Hemp?
Your lungs will fail before your brain attains any high from smoking industrial hemp.
So, Why Hemp?
Hemp is a complete plant-based protein. Containing all 20 Amino Acids, High source of Vitamin E, Fiber and Minerals. Non-Psychoactive; It does not alter the state of mind. 100% Natural.
The Endocannabinoid System
Every living mammal has an endocannabinoid system. Studies show that this system helps regulate cell cycles, organ functions, and the nervous system by acting as a bridge between brain function and states of physical health and disease.
This system is composed of receptors in our bodies that interact with natural organic compounds called cannabinoids. These receptors are found in the membranes of tissue cells and connective nervous organs through the body, working with the system for curative and palliative effects. for example; Treat diseases as well as alleviate symptoms without curing the root cause.
The receptors are activated with the influence of the effects of cannabis. These receptors help our whole body reach a state of homeostasis (a state of regulation and equilibrium). The endocannabinoid system can help regulate a number of bodily functions, including appetite, pain management, and cell renewal.
To date, there are two specific types of receptors that form this system; CB1 receptors in the connective tissues of the nervous system and CB2 receptors in the immune system, which when stimulated give answers related to the state of homeostasis in the body. The ECS is known for acting as a bridge between mind and body-resetting old patterns to improve the individual’s health.
Hemp Derived Products, Hemp Isolate and Drug Tests
According to the research studies available, the answer to this is question is a resounding NO! Regular consumption or use of commercially made hemp foods (such as seeds, cooking oil, cereals, milk, granola) or hemp products (lotions, shampoos, lip balms, etc.) will not show a positive result on a drug test.
Hemp-based foods and hemp body products commercially produced and sold in the United States are not legally allowed to contain the potentially psychoactive cannabinoid. If a laboratory-tested hemp product did happen to contain trace amounts of this compound, it would be in such small quantities that it would likely require exorbitant amounts of ingestion or use for it to even remotely begin to show up in the smallest amount on a drug test.
However, Consuming HIGH levels of Hemp Isolate could trigger a false positive. Since Drug Tests haven’t been updated to our modern day, tests can get confused. False positives can be re tested to confirm they are negative. Hemp-based food and products (federally regulated ones, anyway) shouldn’t show a positive result on a drug test, so keep enjoying your hemp snacks!