of Hemp Tanning and Bodycare Products CAN NOT Cause a False
Positive Drug Test. Click here to read more.
Our Mission: TestPledge
alleviates concerns by consumers that eating hemp nut (the
inner "nut" that remains after the seed shell is removed) or
hemp oil products may cause confirmed positive drug tests for
TestPledge also dispels concerns regarding hemp oil bodycare products
topically applied on the skin. Pledge companies commit to implement
quality control measures which limit the amount of trace residual
THC in hemp nut and oil, thus eliminating the risk of a
confirmed positive drug test.
does not employ a third party audit to enforce pledges hemp companies
make on this website, and assumes no responsibility for a company's
failure to comply with its pledge. Signatories are solely responsible
to honor their pledges on their own integrity.
and processors of hemp oil and hemp nut must commission
THC tests on each and every lot of hemp nut and oil, performed
by a properly accredited laboratory according to the official Health
Canada protocol. All TestPledge
distribution and/or manufacturing companies downstream must obtain
and keep copies of THC tests on each and every lot of hemp nut
and oil that is bought, used and/or sold.
The TestPledge is effective
for a TestPledge company's products produced as of the date noted for
that company on the TestPledge Companies
page. TestPledge covers only hemp nut and hemp oil, as these
currently are in the hemp products most commonly consumed in the
US market. The TestPledge does not cover any products incorporating
whole hemp seeds or hemp flour, and the consumer should directly
contact the relevant company for product-specific pledge information.
"Hemp seed oil
may be nature's most perfectly balanced oil. It contains an ideal
3:1 ratio of omega-6's [linoleic acid] to omega-3's [alpha-linolenic
acid] for long-term use, and provides the omega-6 derivative gamma-linolenic
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