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How To Prepare For Urine Test

State laws allow your employer to ask you to pass a drug test at any point. Sometimes, drug-testing is a part of the hiring process. If you are a regular cannabis user, you should definitely learn how to get drugs out of your system before passing the test.

These days, urine tests are the most common ones in the United States. Taking this fact into account, you should know how to prepare for it. Here is how you can do it:

Stay hydrated

Throughout the day, you should drink at least 3.000 mL of water in order to get drugs out of your body. 

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Besides drinking water, you can also drink tea to make yourself urinate more often. According to experts, cranberry juice can also be effective. It’s important to avoid drinking alcohol since it can only worsen your problem. 

Get a workout

Reducing your fat’s level can also help you to minimize drug level in your body. That’s why you need to start exercising as soon as possible. There are a lot of effective sweat-including exercises: biking, hiking, jumping rope, and running. 

Go to sauna

Another thing that can help you to sweat is going to the sauna. It can flush a small amount of drug toxins, but it can’t be a complete solution. Don’t go to the sauna after smoking weed or drinking alcohol.

In case you don’t have time to prepare for the drug test, consider using fake piss. During the test, you will have some privacy that will allow you to use the substitute.

To learn more about passing a urine test, check out this infographic:

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