Is 30 days enough to pass a drug test?

 
how long to pass a drug test

How long does it take to be able to pass a drug test?

If I had a nickel for every time I hear this question, I’d be the Donald Trump of the drug test Q&A world. Seriously. So you’re like, “Well then, what’s the answer?”

The answer is that 30 days is enough for some people and not nearly enough for others. Satisfied? I didn’t think so. :)

So why is the answer to this question so blurry and hard to figure out? Because we are all so different, that’s why. Basically, there are tons of contributing factors, including weight, metabolism, gender, illness and disease, and tons of other stuff too.

And that’s probably exactly why this question keeps coming my way. That and because there’s no way to post a comment to the entire planet that says “Everyone has to take an at-home drug test to know for sure if they will pass, okay world?”

The thing is, it doesn’t really matter all that much if you are the type that can pass a drug test in 30 days or not. If you know ahead of time by as little as two days, you can still very easily pass a drug test with a same day detox product, and if you have as little as five or seven days, you can very, very easily pass your drug test with a permanent cleanser like the one from PassADrugTest.com and you’re done worrying about the age-old question about the 30-day mark.

It’s kinda like wondering how long it would take to lose that weight in your thighs when you have liposuction scheduled–who cares? If you have a simpler, easier, cheaper, faster way to pass a drug test at your fingertips like using a detox or a cleanser, why wonder if you would or would not be able to pass the drug test on your own in 30 days?

My recommendation is that everyone keep enjoying their lifestyle, stay prepared with a drug detox kit or dilution method, and go back to asking about whether or not a tree makes a sound when it falls in the woods (of course it does!)

Peace,

-Dave

 

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