Originally Posted by moke64916
You will pass. Cocain gets out f your system within 3 days. 5 at the most.
moke64916 added 1 Minutes and 54 Seconds later...
The probation officer can detect if you delute your urine. Then they get more suspicious. Don't delut your urine at tim of drug
test. Drink 1 gaturade 1hour before drug test.
Well, I don't know anything urine testing while on probation but if diluting results in suspicion, then it's probably not such a good idea after all.
Strategy's For Unine Tesa
by B. Potter
Putting liquid through the urinary system
washes drug metabolites out, which reduces the danger of testing positive. A problem is that after flushing urine
is colorless, which can arouse suspicion. This can be solved by taking vitamin B, which turns urine
dark yellow so that the sample appears normal again. Over-the-counter diuretics, available in drugstores, accelerate flushing by stepping up secretion of water from the body. Caffeine
is a diuretic, so drinking coffee
, black tea, and caffeinated cola--all of which are perfectly legal--helps flush the system
. Flushing is legal, and, in fact, drinking a lot of fluids is recommended by nutritionists. Nonetheless, talking about beating the test
by drinking water is not a good idea, because it can cause suspicion and lead to closer scrutiny with more sophisticated tests. Flushing can be detected by measuring the creatine and specific gravity of the urine
. But these tests are expensive and rarely done.
Masking is a strategy in which a legal substance masks or covers the presence of drug metabolites in the urine
so that they are not detected when the urine
is tested. Antacids like Tums® and Rolaids® are thought to mask amphetamines
, and PCP
. Aspirin and ibuprofen can sometimes hide cannaboids and opiates
With the diluting
strategy, water is added directly into the urine
sample, which dilutes the concentration of drug metabolites. This technique is effective but dangerous, and if caught, one can get
into serious trouble. Under the stringent Federal Guidelines, blue dye is added to the toilet water and the back of the toilet is taped up to prevent diluting
. Additionally, the temperature of the sample is recorded. On the other hand, many drug testing situations are not stringently monitored, making it easier to add water to the sample.
In substitution, the person does not provide any urine
but pours someone else's urine
into the specimen cup. This strategy is dangerous, because monitors are on the lookout. If substitution is suspected, there is a lot of explaining to do. In some states, tampering with a drug test
is a misdemeanor. Aside from the challenge of successfully sneaking a fake sample into the test
site, getting uncontaminated urine
can be difficult. Supposedly "clean" urine
positive for something the donor did not know would trigger the positive test
. Some people have put the substitute sample into "bladder bags" strapped to the body, which keeps it warm and (hopefully) avoids detection during a "pat down."
Another strategy is adding a substance to the sample that nullifies the urine test
. People have tried lye, salt, household ammonia, bleach, soap, and Liquid Drano®. Each has problems and effectiveness is far from guaranteed. Table salt and soap are the most reliable. Salt can be carried into the test
site under the fingernails. However, Federal Guidelines require that the hands be washed in the presence of a monitor for just this reason. In more casual testing settings, adulteration can be relatively easy. Tampering can be detected by testing the pH of the sample, but this is rarely done--except when suspicions have been aroused." B. Potter Phd.
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