Hemp seeds similar to those used in food did not demonstrate the presence of marijuana when analyzed by GC-MS. In this study, ingestion of hemp seed food products resulted in urine samples that tested positive for marijuana. Existing laws that prohibit cannabis use in the workplace differ from state to state. Hemp protein contains a small amount of THC, but not enough that you don't pass a drug test.
Hemp protein does not affect the urine drug test for cannabis or MMJ. The THC content of less than 0.3% in hemp is below the level required by federal law and is therefore safe to consume. Hemp seed oil is made from the seeds of the hemp plant and contains little or no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and contains no active CBD. Ingestion of hemp seeds is unlikely to give a false positive drug test, as you would need to consume very large doses of hemp seed products to test positive (studies show).
Hemp seed products along with flax, chia and poppy seeds are becoming one of the most popular supplements you can find anywhere today, from bagels to protein shakes.