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Vaping vs Smoking Marijuana in 2022: How This Might Affect Your Future Drug Test Results?

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https://detoxmarijuanafast.com/vaping-vs-smoking-marijuana-how-this-can-affect-your-drug-test/ Hello everyone.. My name is John.. I have recently received many questions from our readers about vaping vs smoking and how it might affect their future drug test results. So, in this video I will sift thru the facts to clear things up to allow you to be more informed. First, vaping makes it more difficult to detox quickly for those surprise tests. Second, you will have to deal with a much higher level of THC in your system which is the primary component they look for in drug testing. Third, if you are carrying a few extra pounds like most of us are the THC will be stored in your fat cells just like that big Mac you had for lunch and make it even harder for you to clean up quickly. There are four different ways in which you can be tested for THC. I am sure that most of you are familiar with most if not all of these. So, you might face saliva, blood, urine of hair drug test. Saliva Drug Test. Saliva drug tests are probably the easiest to pass. This one only requires that you abstain from use for at least 48 to 72 hours if you vape and 24 hours if you are a smoker and involves only heavy brushing and a strong mouth wash and you will usually do well. Blood Drug Test. If you are vaping, THC can be detected in your blood drug test for an extra 2 to 4 days over smoking 3-7 days. If you don’t have that many days to wait to clean up, whole body detox program like Toxin Rid is an effective product to reduce this time. (https://endoatlas.com/5-day-detox-toxin-rid-review) Unfortunately detox drinks are not effective in reducing your THC levels for blood tests. So don’t waste your time or money on them. Urine Drug Test. Results and detoxing times are dependent on the potency and the amount consumed. If you are a very light user and vape you can expect to clean up naturally in 5-7 days, where as a smoker will usually clean up in 4-6 days. If you are a moderate vape user you can expect to wait 12-15 days to only 10 days for a smoker. If you are a heavy user using top shelf stuff and vape you can expect to wait 45-100 days compared to 30-70 days if you are a smoker. You can speed up your detox time by using detox products specifically designed to reduce THC levels in your system. We usually recommend Toxin Rid whole body detox programs which have an effective proven track record. (https://endoatlas.com/toxin-rid-detox-review-what-is-best-for-you) Hair drug test. Hair drug tests will be challenging whether you vape or smoke and takes about 90 days to clean up. This is based on the amount of time that it takes to grow approximately 1.5 inches of clean hair that will be used for your test. Body hair grows much slower than heads hair. So, if you’re using body hair for your sample make sure you have plenty of time to grow it. The Aloe Toxin Rid shampoo (https://endoatlas.com/aloe-toxin-rid-shampoo-old-style-review) combined with the Macujo method (https://endoatlas.com/macujo-method-review) has proven itself to be a very effective tool in cleansing your hair in preparation for a hair drug test. I hope that this has cleared a few things up as far as how vaping vs smoking marijuana might affect your drug tests, detox times and results. Please click on the link below to read more about each approach of cleaning your body from THC for different drug test. To watch our new videos about effective marijuana detox methods and products, please subscribe to our channel DetoxMarijunaFast below. Have a good day! Bye.
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