Some of us use marijuana for medicinal purposes, some for enjoy, but we all face the sameproblem, when we apply for a job – a drug test. Fortunately, there are few ways to pass it:
The best strategy to pass a drug test is just stop using marijuana. The more days since last use, the greater the degree that the body naturally detoxifies itself. And herein lays a quandary. Everybody functions differently; bodies metabolize and expel toxins at different rates.
Factors affecting the body’s natural detoxification include weight, body fat index, metabolism, diet, fluid intake, disease or disorders, and other substances taken including prescriptions, otc medications, and supplements.
Our liver plays a key role in eliminating toxins from our bodies by monitoring metabolism and acting as a detoxifying organ. Increasing the efficiency of this organ, naturally and safely, can decrease the amount of time needed to pass drug tests. Continue reading Ways To Pass A Drug Test For Weed→
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Marijuana can be used for medicinal or entertainment purposes, but it may also prevent you from passing an important pre-employment drug test unless you know how to detox from it. So, what are the most trustworthy ways to get marijuana out of your system and how much time does it take to detox?
Drug tests often involve urinalysis, blood or saliva tests aimed at detecting metabolites of THC. Cannabinoids are normally accumulated in the system (hair follicles and finger nails included!) with the speed that depends on the number of factors: the frequency of use, the drug potency, the body fat rate, overall health, metabolism rates, and the amount of physical activity. You need to know that it will take up to several weeks for the body to do the job and remove all the weed traces. Alternatively, if you lack time before a drug test, you can assist the body in a number of ways and detox from marijuana much faster. Here are the three basic ways to choose from.
Three months can be a long time to wait for someone who is very anxious to harvest his crop. And for marijuana plant growers, it is best to contain one’s excitement so as not to harm the remaining baby buds along the process. Trimming them can be a challenge unless you have a good pair of shears. Better prepare two of these tools in case one of them breaks. Asking a friend to help with the harvest will make it not just a less stressful event but makes it fun at the same time.
Humulene is a secondary terpene found in low concentrations in the cannabis plant and its essential oil. However, humulene is the primary terpene found in the hops plants used to make beer and its aroma is what gives beer its “hoppy” smell. The scientific name for hops is Humulus lupulus and this is where humulene gets its common name. Other names for humulene used in scientific nomenclature include α-humulene and α-caryophyllene.
Humulene was one of the primary medicines used by the ancient Chinese. It has been widely thought for centuries to be a very strong anti-inflammatory agent, as well as a strong anti-bacterial agent. Thus, it can be useful in treating infections and their effect on the human body (inflammation, etc). For these reasons, humulene has been studied more than most secondary terpenes found in cannabis. Humulene is also often combined with β–caryophyllene as an alternative treatment for inflammation. However, full spectrum CBD oil contains both humulene and β–caryophyllene in ratios relative to one another that are naturally occuring in nature.
Although pulegone is a terpene present in relatively low concentrations in cannabis, it packs a powerful pepperminty camphorous punch! If you’ve ever walked by a large rosemary bush and accidentally brushed your arm against it as you did so, then you’ve smelled pulegone in all its glory as it is a major component of this highly fragrant herb. While you may enjoy taking deep breaths of its pleasant aroma, insects are repelled by it. For this reason, pulegone (and rosemary bushes) are often used to deter biting insects in backyards and along decks and porches. Pulegone is also a powerful insecticide that naturally occurs in most mint species, including peppermint, spearmint, and catnip (Nepeta cataria).
Pulegone is a popular terpene addition to aromatherapy candles, especially those that promise that the effect will “linger” for a long time after the candle is put out. It has the ability to produce a calming and sedative effect on most people who inhale it. Therefore, it is often used by people with social anxiety and performance anxiety to prepare for an event. In cannabis strains that are a bit higher in pulegone (but never high in pulegone), this pleasant smelling terpene can make vaping their essential oils a more pleasant experience, especially since it also seems to combine in pleasant ways with other aromatic terpenes. Pulegone is often added to hard candy as well, not only for the taste, but for the strong aroma it gives off as one sucks on the candy contaning pulegone.