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The percentage of positive workplace drug test results in the U.S. has been consistently increasing year after year. In fact, at 4.2%, positive drug tests have recently hit their highest rate in nearly 15 years. With the legalization of marijuana in several states, positive drug tests saw an impressive increase of 75% in a short five-year period. If your employer responds to these increases by testing more aggressively, it's important you know how different detoxing options can help you protect your privacy. For a urine test, our drinkable detox products provide fast, undetectable protection. Rescue Cleanse (16 oz. for those under 200 lbs. and 32 oz. for those 200 lbs. and over) prevents fat burning and holds toxins for up… Read More
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Healthy Diet Key to Passing a Drug Test
Nutrition has a major impact on the body—it can even influence the outcome of a drug test. Your body’s rate of metabolism has a big impact on how quickly it breaks down and eliminates any drugs you may have used. The faster your metabolic rate, the quicker your body will flush traces of illicit drugs from your system. A diet high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins will help speed your metabolism, allowing you to flush drugs from your system more quickly. If you only have a short time before your drug test, specially designed detox drinks can help rid your body of evidence of drug use more quickly. Take a look at this infographic from ClearTest for… Read More
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How Long Does Marijuana Stay in Your Urine?
Underestimating how long marijuana remains detectable in urine can have serious consequences for people on parole or probation or workers subject to regular drug-testing. How long marijuana stays in your system depends on how much and how often you use. The drug will be more easily detectable over a long period for those who smoke it regularly, while occasional users can purge it from their bodies relatively quickly. In general, moderate users of marijuana will not return a positive result on a drug test after five to 15 days of abstinence from it. Chronic users may need a month to completely detox. Everyone’s body is different, and some people may purge the drug more quickly than others. Fluid intake and… Read More