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Drug Screens

NOTE: The following approaches are not recommended and have spotty, if occasionally beneficial results at best. For your peace of mind and our own liability, NeonJoint can only recommend drug screens provided by In addition to their industry-leading, guaranteed products, they are the only provider of detoxification products whom you can reach at any time. Call at 1-877-247-1354 or email them at if you are so concerned about your impending drug test that you are considering one of the below options.

Some chemicals taken orally will allegedly mask traces of drugs in urine. Advertisers like to present their diuretic as a masking agent to make the sale. Consequently, diuretics are often mistaken for drug screens. Most herbal products claim to do a lot more than they actually do. Don't be fooled by herbal potions that claim to flush or absorb toxins. However, the only thing the below-listed products can possibly do is dilute the urine so much that the level of THC drops below the cutoff level of the test. Many of the “success stories” that you hear in connection with these products can likely be attributed to variances in individuals’ metabolic rates and other factors.

With that small caveat, please know that NeonJoint does not recommend using any of the following approaches, as they rarely work appropriately and oftentimes lead to their own dangerous set of consequences.

7.1 Aspirin

According to Jeff Nightbyrd, there is testing industry data that suggests taking four  aspirins a few hours prior to the test might help you. However, "…aspirin interferes with the Syvia [sic] EMIT assay. It seems that aspirin absorbs at the same wavelength that NAD does which is how it interferes with the assay" (Clin Chem 34 (90) 602-606). Two reliable sources have tested aspirin and found it to interfere with the EMIT. Labs are of course constantly working on ways to prevent you from successfully screening your drug test, and you should be mindful of this if Aspirin is your plan to pass.

7.2 Goldenseal

Goldenseal has shown to work on occasion. However, some labs are reportedly testing for Goldenseal. Goldenseal is very unreliable, and NORML advises against using it. Goldenseal (as a screen) only works on the TLC test, which is not used anymore. In this sense, it is an outdated and obsolete myth with regards to helping people pass drug tests.

7.3 Niacin

Niacin has been rumored to work on occasion. However, Byrd Labs’ tests conclude that niacin doesn't work at all. In other words, something else probably caused a negative, not the niacin.

7.4 Zinc Sulfate

Zinc sulfate is claimed to bond with THC metabolites, and because it's a solid, it gets passed as stool rather than urine. Jeff Nightbyrd notes that it does no such nothing. The respected Anne Watters Pearson said, "…zinc sulfate is no miracle drug for pissing [tests]. Forget it."

7.5 Puri-Blend©

Puri-Blend claims to "block" metabolites from entering the bloodstream and "neutralize" all drugs in the urine. NeonJoint has no evidence at this time no neither confirm nor deny these claims.

7.6 The Stuff©

The Stuff claims to absorb toxins in the body and block detection of true and false positives. NeonJoint has no evidence at this time no neither confirm nor deny these claims. Sold by J&J Enterprises.

Once again, please know that the only detoxification or “drug screens” NeonJoint can recommend with a clear conscious are those found at Do purchase a product tailored to your particular dilemma, visit their site or call 1-877-247-1354 to speak to one of their drug test experts.