I apologize in advance for the length of this review, but .. I must write all of this, given .. well, you'll see, once you have evenly read everything I am attempting to convey, with integrity, veritably (through testing and abstinence from other products).
I would give this infinite stars, if it were possible. I need to share this, with anyone who is concerned about drug testing:
While it is my understanding that The Hemp Barn cannot guarantee a positive for THC, on a drug test, with any of their items -- and understandably so, given what must be understood about the variation within the lot of THC drug tests, a domain of primary urinalysis tests...
(based on detection via antibodies which detect metabolic byproducts of illicit drugs, a process called "immunoassay," or, "primary screening," which offers the tester an instant result),
...a market bearing two types of tests,
one type which operates within a common sense manner of testing, via accurate metabolic testing protocol
(accurate: only testing urine for direct metabolic guarantee that such urine contains THC, measuring such in a manner bearing *entire accuracy*, meaning, testing for *recent THC intake alone*, as inherently is logical, this test will only measure the presence of THE singular metabolic byproduct of THC, such metabolite being 11-nor-delta9-THC-9-COOH),
...and inaccurate tests, which are aggravating due to their common usage of unethical protocols...
(inaccurate: those which measure multiple cannabinoids to render a positive result under the "THC" panel - indicating presence of THC, from the presence of multiple substances within the urine, including: CBD and CBN -- yes, you read that correctly -- altogether legal and, from what I've noticed, best-selling at-home-tests, claim one is positive for THC merely from the presence of CBD and CBN, specifically, both of which are 100% legal to possess and consume, yet, promote a false positive for THC when it has measured absolutely ZERO THC).
Now, with such disclaimer, I applaud The Hemp Barn, for their composition of this product, in that:
I took both types of drug test... (one accurately testing for THC via its single active metabolite indicating a true positive, and one inaccurately measuring THC via unfair methods by deceptively measuring for CBD and CBN in addition to THC's metabolic byproduct)
...after utilizing "full spectrum" (including the "<0.3%THC") hemp, via flower (smoking), tincture (oral), and concentrate/distillate (vaping),
and I got a positive result - indicating the precence of THC in my system - on both tests (not to mention, at a 20ng THC concentration threshold, being **much greater stringent** than the greater majority of all THC tests). This makes sense, given I was consuming a product containing a *semblance* of THC, given "less than 0.3% THC" still indicates that there is *some* THC within the product.
After doing this testing, twice, to confirm: I immediately cessated my use of any hemp products containing any THC whatsoever. This very much reduces my options for adequate - let alone, similarly therapeutic - utility, along with commonplace, in the Hemp product market as a whole.
The products I decided to use, for the next two week period, solely included the (*generous*, i.e. very frequent) usage of:
* THIS product, specifically, which advertises, on the package of the syringe of their distillate (not to be conflated with the one they call "full spectrum," which contains a semblance of THC), quoted on the label, as well as the lab certification on this page, "THC FREE"
* The "Broad Spectrum Tincture," also sold by TheHempBarn, which also indicate within both the lab certification page as well as labeling on the product itself, "THC-FREE."
Through the next couple weeks, I used these two products daily, nightly, copiously/generously, and I must admit, the therapeutic utility of such BY FAR outweighed the utility of "full spectrum" hemp flower, tinctures, and distillate (full spectrum: contains 0.3% or less THC). Meaning, I had amazingly been better off with these products labeled as THC-FREE, compared with my previous utilization of the full spectrum products.
Low and Behold,
after two weeks, while i (obviously, given it tested for CBD and CBN) tested positive on the inaccurate tests having detected non-THC substances in my system,
what is worth noting, is that EVEN ON the mega-accurate, justified, 20ng threshold - thus super-stringent THC test (by such, I mean it is typically reserved for racecar drivers and other very dangerous professions to be trusted with THC of any amount in the system), I now pass the test with flying colors, a clear negative for THC, in utilizing these two products bulletpointed above, which contain zero THC, aka, THC-FREE.
Bottom line / TL;DR / Summary:
Let yourself bear loyalty with The Hemp Barn. Their products claiming "