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Alcohol Hair Follicle Test
I had 3-4 vodka tonic drinks less than a month ago. Will this appear on an alcohol hair follicle test?
How long does alcohol stay in hair? (Hair follicle test) And does frequency of use have an effect? I go out for a few drinks one day a week.
The hair test: can give a "look back" up to 3 months! HOWEVER it is only of use for agencies/employers with ZERO tolerance for alcohol use. IT'S TOO SENSITIVE!!!!! If you drink AT ALL and a potential EMPLOYER is requiring a PRE-PLACEMENT hair test FORGET ABOUT THAT JOB untillyou have had NO alcohol for 90 days!!!!! MY opinion Only Hope it helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Will occasional alcohol use 2 times a week (3-4) drinks per time show up or be detectable in a hair follicle test?
Hair follicle: Probably not, but for sure you should not drink 3-4 drinks the same night. Slow down your drinking. ...Read more
If I drank one cup of alcohol mixed with orange juice 4 days ago and I have a urine and hair follicle test tomorrow will is show up?
?: Anecdotal reports around that attest to the validity of the macujo method. I don't know a nor can i attest or find any scientific validity it has. Why try to beat he system? The truth is better, or compliance with the rules of an employer willing to pay you. ...Read more
Depends: Hair follicle tests are tricky--metabolites are deposited and can show up--but the real issue is not how much you did, since I assume you did enough to have an effect; if so you dosed enough to show up. It was how long ago you did it that is the factor and how often. 90 days is the recommended wait time; however, if you have a problem, go for treatment before you get caught. Honesty is best. ...Read more
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