The most commonly asked question regarding drug testing are:
- How to pass it
- What interventions may help in passing it
- What do you do when all else fails and you get a positive result in your test
These topics have been discussed over and over again and no matter what the court orders as punishment, drug addicts will always be indulging in this illegal malpractice.
The best answer to the question of how will you pass a drug test will always be by never using it and staying clean. The next possible answer is if you are currently using marijuana, cease use of the drug weeks before the actual drug testing.
This will give you a greater chance of passing. Never rely on cleaning products you see advertised on the internet, as these products are not a hundred percent reliable and may sometimes be detected if used excessively. Also, try the flushing technique which involves ingesting large amounts of fluids and then expelling it. This will cause the body to excrete urine along with THC which are the active compounds found in marijuana thereby lowering the THC levels in the body. This is the best method you can use to pass the test if only it is a urine test. It will not work for other drug screening methods like blood and saliva testing since these tests requires a different specimen sample. This answers both the first and second questions.
For the third question, what happens after the test come back positive? When a test comes back with a positive result, if you are lucky, the court may order you to enter rehabilitation programs. In some cases, life imprisonment is sometimes carried out for those who are convicted of crimes related to the abuse and smuggling of drugs. If you are just a little bit lucky, you might end up on the first option, which is rehabilitation program which usually take about more or less 3 months to complete. Although it takes a lot of your time, rehab programs have been proven effective in the treatment of drug addiction and tolerance. Almost all drug related problems are discussed during the treatment, from the behavioral patterns of the person to the psychiatric aspects of the drug addict. Every country has its own standard protocol that is followed strictly when it comes to laws regarding drug use.