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I need to pass a drug test, is there anything I can do ?

I have to pass a drug test in one week for employment. I only smoke marijuana and only smoke the equivalent of 1 joint a day and have done so daily for the past 7 years or so. I am 30 years old 5'9 and weigh 147lbs. How long will it take the THC to be gone from my system? And is there anything I can do (without using one of the products you buy online)to expedite the flushing of the THC ?
Asked On : Sun, 25 Apr 2010
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Hi.. Reports suggest that the products of marijuna can be present upto 3 weeks following smoking.. This would depend on the amount used, presence of body fat.. There are no other means except if you can lose the body fat, that can be able to fasten the process.. However, the effects of the detoxifying agents (those available online or any where outside) is not known completely.. You can try one of those...

Answered: Thu, 6 May 2010
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