No. Zofran is an anti-nausea medication, but it does not contain any THC.
Hashish is concentrated THC. It is made from marijuana (from marijuana resin).
you get high
THC, tetratetrahydrocannabinol, is found naturally in Cannabis, or more commonly referred to as marijuana. THC may also be synthetically produced for use in medications.
There are no false positives for THC as it occurs naturally only in cannabis plants. Prescription medications like sativex are the only legal synthetic sources of THC.
There is no evidence to show that Seroquel (quetiapine) will show up on a drug test as THC. Always be sure to tell the person conducting the drug test what medications you are on, just in case.
Go to a health food store and buy HEMP SEED OIL. It's used for salad dressing and it will give a positive THC on a drug screen. Tell the people you use it for salads and such. Go buy it to show proof!There is no OTC drug medications that will show up positive for THC on a drug screening. If it does it would be considered a false positive, and you would have to tell them that. After that they would sen it to the lab to be checked for all the drugs that could possibly be in your urine OTC or illegal, and then they would find out its not THC in your urine. However, there are some medications that can be PRESCRIBED by a doctor that contain THC ( delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol) which are Sativex and Marinol. But for OTC medications, you are in the clear 100 %.
Dronabinol Marinol Naboline Cesamet Sativex Cannabidiol possibly others...
I know that Riboflvin(B2) does. There is a list at http://www.askdocweb.com/falsepositives.html
No. Saffron does not contain THC
No. Ecstasy is MDMA, not THC.
It shows up as the metabolites THC-OH and THC-COOH.
Yes it does, THC is in your fat, so if you sweat, it remove the THC