Passing Drug Tests is an informative
and easy to read instructional book on how to detoxify for drug tests.
This book was written with a doctor of chemistry and has accurate and
intelligent knowledge throughout. The Boulder Weekly says, "Helpful for
detox and hilarious during intox".
Author Kenn A Biscranium is
originally from New York City and is now somewhere high in the Rocky
Mountains (he is a hardcore mountain biker and bong hitter). Kenn is an
avid fan of the NY Islanders and the NY Mets. Kenn currently writes a
column for Skunk Magazine.
This is an exclusive notebook written
by a chronic marijuana smoker who passed each and every UA while on
parole. This notebook is filled with facts and empirical data on how to
get clean for any random UA.
Learn how drugs are stored and
metabolized in the body, how to strengthen the liver's ability to
metabolize drugs, which vitamin must be taken for proper fueling of the
body's detox system, how the body changes fat-soluble toxins to
water-soluble toxins and how to speed up the process, which type of
niacin (there are two types) to take and why. You'll also learn how to
utilize clay, cayenne, saunas and bicycles.
The fact that this book was written
by a chronic pot smoker who was forced to submit to 14 random drug
tests due to conditions of his parole, collaborating with a doctor of
chemistry, allows the reader to have knowledge of drug testing that is
not available anywhere else. With their combined 23 years of experience
ranging from actual practice to post-graduate research, the reader
gains extensive and proven knowledge on drugs, drug tests, metabolites,
physiology and detoxification for drug tests; specifically marijuana
and tests for THC metabolites.
- The authors of this book are NOT doctors of medicine and the
information within is in no way to be taken as medical advice.
- It is strongly recommended that you consult with your physician
prior to following any of the information offered in this book.
- Please, use common sense and listen to your body when following
any detox regimen (i.e. stop if you don't feel well). Getting clean
should never hurt or jeopardize your health!
- The authors hereby give notice that all of the information
contained within this book is just that...information.