Detox Products Needed Now More than Ever as US Job Seekers Fail Urinalysis at Highest Rates since 2007
Americans are failing their employment and pre-employment drug tests more now than the past six years. Permanent detox products can help them legally pass without fear or stress.
It’s no secret that Americans have always struggles with the core idea of being drug tested, and organizations such as NORML and a host of publications and marijuana advocacy groups have helped to fight against what they deem unconstitutional search and seizure with regard to drug testing in the form of hair follicle drug tests and urinalysis.
But according to TheFix.com, “Data from medical lab research company Quest Diagnostics confirms that the rate of job applicants who test positive for drugs has increased 5.7% since 2011 and is at an all-time high since 2007, The Huffington Post reports.”
With mass layoffs and unprecedented unemployment rates since the Great Depression, it comes as no surprise that many Americans—when finally offered a job after two or more years without one—would struggle to pass a drug test, and need a detox product to conquer the final step in the pre-employment process.
A representative from High Times magazine noted recently in a Huffington Post video that passing a drug test is not hard, and there are three ways to do it: spike the urine sample, use another person’s urine, or use a detox product to cleanse the body before going in for a drug test for employment purposes.
But there are issues that arise from the High Times associate publisher’s advice. “Spiking urine (dropping any number of substances into the sample to change its chemical makeup so the test comes back negative) is against the law and laboratory regulations in the US, as is using urine from anyone other than the person taking the urine test. The only legal way to pass a urinalysis, unless there are no concerns regarding toxin exposure, is to cleanse the body by way of dilution or a detox product.”
With that said, there are many detox products available that do not actually “detox” the body—instead, they mask the toxins with the use of adulterants—adulterants that can now be “picked up” by laboratory screening methods. So, consumers and job seekers looking for a legal way to pass a drug test should not just grab the first detox kit they can find—a permanent detox that truly eliminates THC and other toxins from the body is what today’s job seekers who have to pass a drug test need.
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