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Can i flush weed out of my system in ten days for a drug test?

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Dr. Bassam Amawi
Psychiatry 49 years experience
Flushing weed.: It depends how much and how often u were taking it , but it is unlikely that u will be able to get rid of it so soon and some times it can take one month to get rid of it.
Dr. Ibrahim Busnaina
Psychiatry 16 years experience
Probably Not: Marijuana is lipophilic - meaning it sticks around in fat cells - so it is possible that you could test positive for at least 30 days, or up to 60 days, depending on the individual. They can also do hair testing that can test positive for an even longer period of time - maybe you can try to push the test back and resist the temptation? In the long run it could cause significant problems.
Dr. Gary Greenly
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Google "test clean": If you are a heavy cannibus user, long term, it can take up to six months for you to test negative for thc on urinalysis. There are a number of online companies that market products that are specifically designed to produce negative results on drug urinalysis. Bobybuilders frequently use these types of products to cover up anabolic steroid usage, or even growth hormone. Give the web a look.

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Last updated May 6, 2016

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