It may be the worst surprise in the world: the dreaded, ominous drug test. If you’re a heavy cannabis user, the idea of a drug test can cause anxiety and pressure. And the businesses with some of the best and highest paying jobs require you to pass with flying colors. Depending on your body, the amount of cannabis you consume, and the amount physical exercise you enjoy, cannabis can stay in your system for a long time. So a surprise or even a short-notice drug screening can cause even the calmest stoner to go into a frenzy. Nonetheless, there are successful ways people have tried to pass a drug test.
But at the height of anxiety, some of the ways people have tried to pass a drug test are just downright stupid. And in some cases, dangerous. So in the event that someone wants to inspect your bodily fluids for drug use, keep calm and educate yourself on the myths. And don’t follow these examples—they’re the 7 most ridiculous ways people have tried to pass a drug test.
1. Ingesting Harmful Chemicals
Household solvents and items often receive attention as a well-known trick of the trade to defeat drug tests. Cannabis enthusiasts and other drug users swear by ingesting small amounts in different combinations of all sorts of substances in an effort to change the composition of their urine.
Drinking large amounts of items like drain-cleaner or liquid bleach are thought to help pass a drug test by many online communities.
But in reality, drinking toxic chemicals will not detox your body for a drug test.
In 2007, Baldwin County Alabama felt the results a popular rumor that claimed just that. Unfortunately, some members of its younger generation weren’t yet equipped with the gift of common sense.
Thinking it would help him pass a drug test, one teen guzzled some Clorox.
Drinking bleach can burn the esophagus and stomach lining, causing a number of other health issues, like it did for that unlucky guy.
To conclude loud and clear, drinking noxious chemicals won’t clean your urine of any substance or give you that quick ticket to a passing drug test.
It could, potentially, kill you.