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Can full body flushes pull medications from up to 20 years?

Hello, I have found much debate about full body flushes, such as kidney , gallbladder , liver , intetinal tract ect. but i was wondering sence it pulls all toxins out of your body will it truly show drugs in your system dated from 20 years ago. mid cycle of a natual cleans? i ask because i was stupid in my younger years and as a older adult i am getting back on the health wagon so to speek, but i can not risk my job. is it true that the flushes can pull medications from up to 20 years as well?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

No medication stays in the body that long.
They all get eliminated in 5 to 6 half lives / a half life is the time in which, the concentration of a substance falls to half the peak value / that is why most medicines are given more than once in a day.

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Wishing speedy recovery
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Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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