How to Pass a Saliva Drug Test
Tuesday, Jan 19, 2016

Could a saliva drug test detect weed? Yes, weed can definitely be detected by a saliva drug test, also know as a mouth swab drug test or a spit drug test. Because the saliva drug test is so cheap and easy to administer it’s becoming more popular than ever as a way for employers or law enforcement to detect marijuana use. Plus the swab drug test can be deployed anytime and anywhere making it super easy for employers or law enforcement to randomly test for drugs. What’s worse is that the results of a saliva drug test are extremely accurate and immediate.

Because of the advantages of the saliva drug test, it’s displacing the urine test which can be not only complicated but time-consuming to administer. Another strength of saliva drug testing? Detection times are generally shorter than that of a urine test.

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If you know ahead of time that you’ve got a saliva drug test coming, the best way to pass it is to stop smoking pot a couple days prior to the test. Since weed can only be detected in your system by a saliva test for 12 to 24 hours you’ll be fine. It’s the randomness of the saliva drug test that’ll get ya. So one way to beat the saliva drug test is to keep a saliva neutralizing gum handy. Carry some in your purse or backpack, the car’s glove box or keep a pack in your desk at work—just in case. We’ve heard that Clear Choice Saliva Neutralizing Gum is the best solution available because it clears out nicotine and all other toxins in 30 seconds and will last 30 minutes. Does it work? It comes with a 200% money-back guarantee, son. So it better.

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