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Have to take hair follicle test, long curly hair, smoked weed. Take something to pass?

I don't smoke weed and just this past weekend I did for first time . I took about five to six hits from a small pipe and got a call stating I have to take a hair follical test on may 17 , I'm nervous as heck and feel hopeless my hair is very long and curly I do not take any drugs . Will I pass are what is needed for me to pass like taking vitamins are hair growth stuff
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for writing here.Weed or marijuna after smoking gets metabolised in body and they are detected in hair follicle.Usually they are detectable after 10 days up to 3 months.However hair drug tests can not pick up occasional use of marijuna and so there is high chances for you passing this test.However i can not give 100% reassurance,since the metabolites are deep in hair cortex ,any shampoos or hair growing tablets can not detoxify the effects of drug,so you need not to take anything.Best of luck.
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