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Struempler Et.al 97 Hemp Oil_ JAnToxicol

Struempler Et.al 97 Hemp Oil_ JAnToxicol

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Published by: Matias Ceballos Guzman on Dec 10, 2010
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A commercially available health food product of cold-pressedhemp seed oil was ingested by one volunteer twice a day fo 
 
tetrahydrocannabinol spectrometrictest) was at 146 h, which was 53 h after the last hemp seed oilingestion. Four subsequent specimens taken to 177 h were alsonegative. This study indicates that a workplace urine drug test positive for cannabinoids may arise from the consumption of commercially available cold-pressed hemp seed oil.
Introduction 
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A Positive Cannabinoids Workplace DrugTest Followingthe Ingestion of  
total). days (135Urine specimens collected from the volunteer were subjected to standard workplace urine drug testing procedures, and the following concentrations of 11 were detected:
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at93 h. Ingestion was discontinued after 93 h, and the followingconcentrations were detected: 68 
in urine iswidely used in employment urine drug testing as an indication
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of Pathology, University of UtahSchool of Medicine, Salt Lake 
(1). This pharmacologi-cally inactive metabolite is excreted in the feces and in theurine. Studies conducted in the 1980s by Dubowski (2) andEllis et al. (3) indicated thatcan be detected in urinefor approximately 1-5 days in occasional, recreational smokers,and for 3-4 weeks in chronic, heavy smokers. A more recentstudy by Huestis et al. (4) indicated that detection times of 

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