You’ve had a great weekend, you relaxed, watched Harold & Kumar, and ate way too much junk food. Unfortunately, Monday morning you get told that you are going to be facing a drug test at some stage in the next month. It’s not paranoia if someone really is out to get you, and your relaxing, slightly pot induced weekend has just taken a sinister turn. So, what are you going to do about it?
Shaving Your Head Is Not A Solution
You might think that shaving your head is an option. You could always say that you’re raising money for cancer, that would be a believable cover. Unfortunately, even if you do have the head shape to still look great with a shaved head, it won’t prevent your hair drug test from happening. All that you have done is to ensure that the testers are going to need to take a sample from somewhere else. If you happen to be a woman who shaves, or a man with very little body hair, I’m afraid to say that yes, pubic hair is quite adequate to run a drug test on.
Washing Your Hair Free Of Drugs
What you really need to do is to find a really, really, good drug detoxification hair shampoo. Unfortunately, these can be hard to find, and there are a lot of fakes on the market.
One of the reasons that you may have difficulty finding a good detoxing shampoo is because one of the preferred options, Aloe ToxinRid, was taken off the market a few years ago. It was rereleased, but with a change in formula, much weaker and easier on your scalp. You could probably use it daily now. Unfortunately, the new formula just doesn’t seem to work as well as the old version to actually remove toxins from your hair. And by toxins, we mean any traces of drugs that you may have enjoyed in the last few months.
What’s In Those Shampoos?
The active ingredient that is in the detoxification shampoos is normally either propylene glycol or ammonia. Ammonia hydroxide if often a key ingredient in hair dye designed to bleach any color out of hair, so you can imagine that it should be capable of stripping a few metabolites from your hair. Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be the case. In order to have an ammonia-based shampoo that is strong enough to … Read More