Drug Screening (Thread 165644)

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tls Says:

while taking this drug , how will it show up on a drug screen test?

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rebecca Says:

my question is how long does your body take to flush this drug out of your system and what is the best advice to flush for a possible test within 36 hours?

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monique Says:

i would like to know also how long it takes to get out your system? andhow it would come out on drug test? one more thing is what is this used for?

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