There are many reasons why you may need to know how to get drugs out of your system. Taking by-products and metabolites of weed out of your system is a process that takes more time and effort depending on dose and frequency of marijuana use.
Naturally grown cannabis contains various types of cannabinoids. CBD and THC are two most important components. The former is a calming agent used for medical purposes. The latter is a psychoactive component that makes you high. So-called “clean” marijuana contains more of one of the ingredients.
THC is a cannabinoid that is not recommended for regular recreational or medical use in its pure form. High concentrations of THC may cause psychosis and unwanted behaviors. It is why many companies and educational institutions may require their students and employees to undergo THC testing.
Unfortunately, even organic marijuana cultured to contain as little THC as possible will contain enough THC to make you fail any test. We decided to put together a short guide on how to get weed out of your system using mostly natural ways.
Your body is capable of breaking down and removing THC without any external help. However, this process may take up to 90 days depending on physiological factors as well as your dietary and lifestyle choices. All cannabinoids are fat-soluble meaning that they will attach themselves to fat cells in your body. At the same time, active metabolites are absorbed by various tissues and carried throughout your body by the blood stream.
Some factors may slow down the metabolism and increase the amount of THC by-products flowing in your blood. Approach the process of THC removal cautiously and keep in mind the date of an upcoming test.
You can use detox kits to remove unwanted compounds and contaminants from your body. Note that detoxification kits are often not effective or do not work for some people. Make sure to use detox kits from trusted manufacturers and approved by the FDA. We won’t advertise detox products since many of them are questionable to say the least. You may try using them to improve other THC removal techniques. While we cannot guarantee that detox kits work as intended, we cannot argue against using them as a complementary tool.
There are several methods that you should consider when preparing for an upcoming drug test. There are several home remedies capable of removing THC metabolites from your body.
Urine samples can be manipulated to provide you a desired result. The best way to ensure that your urine sample is acceptable for a drug test. There is not a single 100% efficient method that cleans up THC metabolites. Usually, they persist in your body for at least three days if you are not a chronic user. In some cases, metabolites will persist for a week or even a month.
What can you do to pass a test?
The most effective way to ensure that you can pass any drug test is to reduce the frequency of marijuana use. It is not recommended to abuse cannabis for recreational use anyways. What you need to do is to smoke it only occasionally. Make sure to smoke only before the weekend to ensure that a sudden drug test won’t catch you off-guard.
Eating healthily is another way to normalize your metabolism and help your body break down THC quicker. Being overweight is a problem since THC molecules attach to fat cells. If you eat less fatty foods, your liver won’t have problems with breaking down nutrients. Avoiding fructose and sugars in general reduce the rate of visceral fat generation meaning that you will have less abdominal fat capable of catching and storing THC metabolites.
Here are some dietary tips:
When you exercise, your body breaks down fats (if you do not eat enough before a workout). Fat cells with THC metabolites will release by-products of marijuana in your blood and consequently urine. Do not exercise right before a test to avoid an unwanted THC spike. However, exercising regularly is a great way to keep your metabolism running. Workout systematically but avoid exercises 1—2 days before a test.
Getting out components of weed out of your system may be a stressful experience for chronic smokers. However, you can do it by changing your lifestyle and focusing on simple techniques that we discussed above!
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