Can you pass a drug test after smoking spice? This is an important question we hear with increasing popularity as the market for “spice” continues to grow in the United States in the face of marijuana being illegal. The tough part is that “spice” refers to an enormous variety of herbal blends, and is quite often mislabeled or not labeled at all. In addition, most “spice” that you can buy at head shops and other locales states clearly on the package that it is not meant for internal consumption, so if that’s what you did with it, you are on your own in terms of any liability on the part of the company who sells these goods.
As to whether or not you can pass a drug test, most likely you can, because most drug tests are not screening for the contents of any type of spice. With that said, drug testing is getting more and more advanced everyday, and there are certainly labs cropping up across the country that do test for certain variants found in some types of spice.
Unlike marijuana or other drugs that you may have to pass a drug test for, spice does not have a known detectability time because as stated above, it simply varies too dramatically in terms of ingredients.
If you have smoked spice, we urge you to consider not doing it again. Reports done by numerous highly acclaimed journals and other media sources have indicated that what is on the label is not what you are getting and/or that often the contents have been washed or treated with very dangerous chemicals not meant for human consumption.
If you want to detox from spice, you can try using a permanent cleanser–these are known for their high level of effectiveness in detoxing the body of a number of toxins and metabolites left behind by drugs of all kinds. If you would like more information on how to pass a drug test, call 1-877-247-1354 today.