Can detox show up in lab test
I recently took a UA for my probation. i took the cleanser (Strip NC) at 2:00 pm on 12/3/07 and took my test, i failed sadly and was very frustrated. Next thing she is upset about the color of the urine. She says come back in the morning at 8 am and take a retest which will be sent to the labs. Now my question is will the be any problems i should be worried about them finding anything in my urine from the detox that can get my in trouble other than failing
Any help would be much appreciated from one chiefer to another.
there has been a LOT Of posts saying strip NC does not work. you should've done some research on this thread before buying it. Google it or just search strip nc on this site. strip nc will be out of your system in a day or so, so you dont have anythin gto worry about. when did you last smoke before you took the test? whats your height and weight?
SOMEONE WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE PLEASE ASSIST ME
Hello ILLISTRAIN...In order for the ones here in this forum to assist you further they would need more info about your honest smoking history, your weight, height, whether you exercise or not, your eating habits (like junk food versus helthy food). Other then you failing a DT and you took a masking agent, we don't anything else. EVERYONE'S body is different. The more the more "experienced" know, the more insight they can offer. BUT...remember....since our bodies are all different, all they can offer is opinions based on the info you give.
I don't see why it matter my history but, for all i know it might.
I'm 5'7 and 160lbs. Im gonna say that i have about 20% body fat on me, I'm 20 years old and have be chiefing for the last 5 years with out quitting more than 2 days no joke(id say love at first sight,and till death, now i have to take a break) Ive had about 1g of crip a day I quit 3 days before my UA. I had mixed reviews about the product but i went for it , but 32oz plus water sound better than some of the others.
Last edited by illistrain; Dec-07-2007 at 00:01.
I don't think there is any way to answer this question. I've heard of people failing the UA using different detox kits. They are very unreliable. I think a lot of it has more to do with dillution than with detox.
From what I understand history is fairly important. A person that chiefs daily vs. one that chiefs weekly is more likely to store THC in their fat cells for longer periods of time. I say more likely because there are just some unlucky S.O.B.'s that seem to store it for ever. (at least from some posts I've read, regardless of metoblic rate. It doesn't seem to be that common, but as KNOT said, everyone's body is different)
Originally Posted by illistrain
I've also read potency can be a factor, but I don't quite understand how (meaning someone else could explain it better). search Potency in the search bar, you'll find a lot of info on it.
As far as Detox drinks, I've used them, I don't necessarily think they are worth the money when you can use pretty much the same thing (and seems a bit more reliable) from the dilution sticky. I don't believe it's anything detectable in there that says *you used a detox drink*, if anything it will come back a negative dilute. I can't say 100% on that, but i don't think I've seen a post yet that said "negative-detox detected" if that helps.
Also, with the 32oz of water (which I think is suggested by the detox drinks) the preferred method is sports drinks (i.e. gatorade) because they contain sodium to raise the specific gravity and reduce chances of a negative-dilute. Search for any post by FakeBoobsRule, I think he's answered this question about 4000 times this month.
The simple question i am asking here is there anything in the detox drink that can get my in trouble, because she said she was sending it a away for that reason
I still think its really unknown. Who knows what is in these detox kits? I have heard of too many people who have failed because of the kits. And usually the person doesn't find out why they failed.Dilluted?,THC still present? Adulterated sample?
Unless you have a dot type job then you would probably never know. With a dot type job the MRO will call you and tell you what the problem is.