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How To Pass A Hair Follicle Drug Test For Marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, September, 3rd 2015 by THCFinder

hair follicle drug test marijuanaStudies show that Hair drug tests are the fasted growing method of drug testing used by employers and marijuana is still number one on the list of drugs tested for, it also stays in your system the longest.

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How long does marijuana stay in your hair?

It takes approximately 5 days for marijuana to show up in your hair it can continue to be detectable through a hair drug test for several months. The presence of Marijuana and other drugs in your hair can be understood by this basic principle. Marijuana is ingested in your body and circulates through the blood stream into your blood, urine, saliva, and into the hair follicles via the bloodstream. The drug metabolites that are deposited into your hair follicle are entrapped in the hair shaft as it grows out from your hair follicle. The average growth rate for hair is approximately .5 inches per month. Drug testing labs test for toxin metabolites trapped in the shaft core. Historical drug use can be measured based on the length of your hair sample from your scalp line but a specific timeline of usage is not possible. They cannot tell the difference between THC metabolites introduced two weeks ago from metabolites introduced two days ago.


A 1.5″ length sample of hair is measured from the scalp line for most major hair drug tests. Based on the average head hear growth rate of .5″ inches per month, it can be determined that a positive test results would suggest that marijuana was consumed sometime within the past 3 months. Since most testing labs test 1.5 inches of hair the common known time frame for testing positive for marijuana is on average 90 days.

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Vermont’s Perfect Storm to a Retail Cannabis Market

Category: News | Posted on Thu, September, 3rd 2015 by THCFinder

While cannabis advocates push to raise vast campaign funding to pass initiatives to legalize the leaf in their neck of the woods, Vermont is poised to become the first state in the nation to take this leap by way of its legislature.

Earlier this week, House Speaker Shap Smith—who has admitted in the past to not being completely sold on the concept of legal weed—said that he fully intends to stand behind legislation in 2016 aimed at establishing a retail cannabis trade across the state.

Although Smith has stood along the sidelines of the cannabis movement over the past year, he now taken sides with the will of the people to pass a common sense bill on the issue in the next legislative session.  

“It’s clear to me in my discussions with Vermonters that in general, the people in this state probably favor legalization,” Smith told Vermont Public Radio. “I will support a bill to legalize marijuana if we make sure that we have very strong protections for people who are driving under the influence, to make sure that we can prosecute them, and as long as we make sure that we have laws that keep marijuana out of the hands of kids.” 

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, September, 2nd 2015 by THCFinder


Denver quarantines marijuana products at two businesses for pesticides

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, September, 2nd 2015 by THCFinder

Denver health officials Tuesday began inspecting and quarantining hundreds of marijuana products because their labels listed pesticides not approved for use on cannabis.

The move comes about six months after the city quarantined 100,000 plants at 11 grow facilities over concerns about pesticides.

Although pesticides are widely used on crops, their use on cannabis remains problematic because no safety standards exist. Marijuana is illegal under federal law, so the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates pesticides, has never established any limits.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture, however, has created a list of pesticides it says can be used.

The holds at Mountain High Suckers on South Lipan Street and MMJ America on Arapahoe Street come after Denver's Department of Environmental Health late Monday warned businesses that products with labels that reflect the use of unapproved pesticides should be removed from shelves and destroyed or returned to the manufacturer.

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