Marijuana in Newborn's Shampoo & Washes

Recent study at North Carolina Chapel Hill University showers that famous Aveeno,  CVS, Johnson & Johnson shampoos and washes for newborns contain a lot of ingredients including polyquaternium-11 and cocamidopropil betaine, which gives a false positive on a cannabis testing.

So basically shampoo itself doesn't have any marijuana in it, and a newborn baby won't get intoxicated, but still lots of babies will be tested on a high level on cannabis (THC) in their blood.

The point of research is to see if the parents, who's kids were tested positive, can be wrongly accused in exposing babies to drugs. The answer is Yes - so if you want to be safe - don't use it.

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