How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Pass a Hair Drug Test

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While drug tests are becoming increasingly commonplace in employment, passing a drug test can be done through some very simple methods. Among the easiest choices, you can even use readily available home remedies! One of the most potent ways of detoxing for a drug test, particularly a hair drug test, is by using apple cider vinegar.

The science behind apple cider vinegar

The primary metabolite of marijuana that is tested is THC-COOH. The metabolites can travel and deposit to different parts of the body and is very concentrated in the sweat glands of the scalp region. In addition to this, the metabolites can further deposit in hair follicles.

This is where the use of apple cider vinegar becomes most effective. Due to its acidic nature, the fluid has properties that can work on the cuticle (outer layer of the follicle), flush out and neutralize the drug metabolites effectively. However, it is not powerful enough to break into the cortex (inner layer) of the follicle.

Reviews have shown that this method is most effective for light users with a lower concentration of drugs in their system, although this would depend on the characteristics of each individual. To this end, pairing the use of apple cider vinegar with other methods for hair detoxing can help to increase the detoxification rate and boost the results as well.

What will you need

The basic ingredient is, of course, apple cider vinegar. It’s recommended that you get a raw, unfiltered and organic version of the vinegar from a brand such as Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar. The less synthetic agents in the vinegar, the better!

If you are a heavy user, you may want to consider using the apple cider vinegar with other products. Feel free to browse the site for any ideas of remedies such as the Macujo Method (which uses the vinegar in combination with other products) that can boost your chances of passing this test with ease.

Instructions

The procedure for this method is simple and straightforward.

  1. As is the case with most detox methods, the best way to start is to stop taking drugs for a specific period of time. Note that the longer the period, the stronger your chances of passing.
  2. This step depends on the nature of the user. If you are a light user, simply wash the hair with about 2-3 tablespoons of vinegar and massage thoroughly into the scalp. Continue to Step 3 if you are a heavy user or continue from Step 4 if you are a light user.
  3. Apply and massage the vinegar into the hair and scalp in conjunction with other products/methods such as the Macujo method and follow the instructions.
  4. Leave the vinegar for up to 30 mins and wear a shower cap.
  5. Wash and rinse the vinegar out of the hair.

If you wish, you can repeat this for a few washes. In terms of hair damage, apple cider vinegar can make the hair brighter, but frequent use can cause it to become brittle too. Therefore, this is only an issue with long term use.

Reviews

Fredora22 4 out of 5 stars

“I stopped taking any drugs for about a month before the test and tried using this method. I am a lightweight user so this may have helped but using the apple cider vinegar was helpful and I helped to pass the test well.”

John Stammer 3 out of 5 stars

As a drug tester myself, I do think providing this information is crucial. I am a big supporter of medical marijuana, however for all those people asking, if you have smoked within 90 days, the chances are you will fail. It is not 100%, but using the vinegar is a hell of a lot more successful than other forms of testing if you take extra precaution.”

John 1 out of 5 stars

“Using only apple cider vinegar is just part of the formula. Unless you use a combination of products to open up the scales on each strand of hair, flush out the toxins, and then close the scales back down, then you can’t achieve the elimination of toxins. So on its own, using apple cider vinegar to pass a hair drug test is another old wives tale.”

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    Daniel Miller
     

    Hey there! I'm Daniel. My research into cannabis shows how cannabis affects health, including how cannabinoids can be used in the treatment of various diseases.

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