a Urine Test Tutorial ...
No Detox Pass a Urine Test method ...
and Substances Causing False Positives
7. DRUG SCREENS
Some chemicals taken orally supposedly will 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.
7.1 Drug screens that work:
According to Jeff Nightbyrd, there is testing industry data that
taking 4 aspirins a few hours prior to the test might help you.
". . . 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. In the future they will try to find
a way to circumvent this test flaw. Until then, I certainly recommend
taking advantage of the situation and using aspirin.
7.2 Drug screens that do not work:
Goldenseal has shown to work on occasion. However, some labs are
reportedly testing for Goldenseal. Goldenseal is very unreliable,
and California NORML advises against using it. Goldenseal (as a
screen) only works on the TLC test, which is not used anymore.
Niacin which is Vitamin B3 has been shown to work on occasion perhaps in early testing, however, recent lab results conclude
that niacin doesn't work at all. In other words, something else
probably caused a negative, not the niacin. Recent medical journals cite many examples of people using Niacin to beat a drug test only to turn up sick, because of an overdose, and positive for illicit substances.
7.2.3 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
says it does nothing. Anne Watters Pearson said "zinc sulfate
is no miracle drug for pissing. Forget it."
7.3 Untested drug screens:
7.3.1 Puri-Blend (c):
Puri-Blend is claimed to "block" metabolites from entering
the bloodstream and to "neutralize" all drugs in the urine.
I don't believe it myself. Sold in GNC stores.
7.3.2 The Stuff (c):
The Stuff is claimed to absorb toxins in the body and block detection
of true and false positives. Sold by J&J Enterprises.
8. DOPING SAMPLES
"Doping" samples consists of spiking the sample with
different chemicals. Chemicals that defeat immunoglobulin/antigen
binding will cause a false negative on the EMIT. Most of these additives
only work on the standard EMIT screening, not on RIA or GC/MS tests.
In many cases, passing the EMIT is good enough, because they will
never do a RIA or GC/MS confirmation on a sample that showed negative.
I should also add that you may be watched, so don't rely on this
method. You should be able to find out ahead of time if you will
be supervised. Some of the following additives alter the urine's
pH, and most labs now test the pH to see if the sample has been
adulterated. If you are subject to random tests, you may want to
carry an additive in your wallet. Additives are illegal in the state
of Texas, and commercial vendors will not ship their product to
8.1 Effective additives:
These additives are recommended.
8.1.1 Bleach (powdered):
Chlorinated bleach will test negative, and it's the best household
additive. In an emergency, Jeff Nightbyrd recommends adding unscented
bleach crystals to a diluted sample. It's recommended to grind the
powdered bleach to a finer grain. 1/4 teaspoon is recommended for
a 60cc sample. For liquid bleach, add six to ten drops. Bleach will
throw the pH outside the normal body range; so it may be apparent
that the sample was tampered with. Some bleaches foam or leave residue,
so experiment with different brands before selecting which to use.
8.1.2 Klear *:
Klear is a powdered additive. Jeff Nightbyrd, Ann Waters Pearson,
and Party Hut Enterprises currently endorses Klear. It is the most
advanced and least detectable. Klear will clear up THC metabolites,
as well as nicotine byproducts on the EMIT. If methamphetamines
are present, Klear won't help. Klear is only designed to work on
the EMIT. It will also work on the RIA when there is a good time
span between the urine getting spiked, and getting tested. If the
RIA test is not performed on-site, there is a good chance Klear
will cause a false negative. Klear can be purchased from Martha
Butterfield-Jay Foundation and Party Hut Enterprizes now carries.
You can also get Klear direct from Klear (the organization).
*SINCE THE RELEASE OF THIS ARTICLE THIS PRODUCT IS ALSO WIDELY
TESTED FOR BY MOST TESTS
You can dilute your sample heavily with water. Don't confuse this
with drinking water; you can also add water directly to the sample.
Be sure to use hot water (between 91 and 97 degrees), they will
likely take the temperature of the sample. This method isn't dependable
because some facilities have the sink water shut off so people can't
do this. If there is running water, they may listen to you. If you
turn on the water, make it sound like you're washing your hands
8.2 Ineffective additives:
These additives are not recommended. Many of these may give negative
test results, but are not recommended for other reasons.
2 ounces will render the sample negative. The pH is altered, and
the ammonia odor is strong enough to be recognized.
It's been said that a few drops of blood will fix your sample;
Draino will test negative. However, Draino is NOT recommended because
it doesn't work well even when half a teaspoon is added. It colors
the sample blue, and will put the pH outside the normal body range.
Draino foams, and leaves metal specs that must be removed.
A myth. Goldenseal put directly in the sample doesn't alter test
results. It only turns the specimen brown. Do not dope your urine
with Goldenseal. Goldenseal is more commonly used as a screen, to
be consumed. See Goldenseal under section 7.2.1.
8.2.5 Hydrogen peroxide:
Industrial grade will destroy half the THC metabolites. Household
strength hydrogen peroxide does nothing. 30% H2O2 may "oxidize
the THC metabolite into something that would not react in the screening
test and would show up as something different by GC/MS" (anon1).
8.2.6 Lemon juice:
Lemon juice is a myth; it will not change the test results.
8.2.7 Liquid soap:
Will test negative, but makes the specimen cloudy, which certainly
8.2.8 Mary Jane's SuperClean 13 (c):
This additive was effective for a very short period. SuperClean
had to be strong enough to beat the tests, but weak enough to be
undetectable. It failed to cause a false-negative in 3% of the tests.
In fact, it also causes a false-positive on the EMIT for alcohol!
Don't use it.
8.2.9 Purifyit (c):
Imported from Europe, Party Hut Enterprises sells Purifyit with
a money-back guarantee. PHE claims there have been no returns. Oklahoma
NORML refuses to endorse this product because it has flunked too
many truck drivers.
8.2.10 Sodium nitrate:
This is more effective than table salt (below), but dissolves poorly.
8.2.11 Table salt:
Two tablespoons of salt will test negative, but puts the density
out of normal range. Residue can also be seen at the bottom of the
8.2.12 UrinAid (c)*:
UrinAid, produced by Byrd Labs, is very potent and works every
time for masking pot and nicotine, but not cocaine or heroin. They
have recently developed a test solely to detect UrinAid. UrinAid
is tested for in 5% of the labs. Oklahoma NORML has stopped selling
this product because it's "too detectable."
*SINCE THE RELEASE OF THIS ARTICLE 5% IS GROSSLY UNDERESTIMATED,
BEWARE THAT MOST TESTS ARE NOW CHECKING FOR THIS PRODUCT
Adding vinegar to your sample will test negative, but also drops
the pH. In fact, lowering the pH is what causes the sample to test
negative. "If the urine is extremely acidic or alkaline the
antigen-antibody reaction will proceed at a slower rate which COULD
produce a false negative" (anon1). This method is not recommended
because if you are lucky and lower the pH enough to produce a negative,
there's a chance that the pH itself will also be tested.
This is debatable. Byrd Labs concluded that Visine does not work.
Clinton said that the lab he worked in tested Visine, and concluded
that Visine works every time as a false negative for the EMIT. It
can be detected due to inability of the sample to foam.
Another myth. WD40 can only do harm.
8.3 Untested additives
This is a papaya enzyme available over the counter. It isn't known
whether this does anything. Dr. Grow said that Papain is an antibody
to THC, and in theory may destroy THC when added to the urine sample.
However, positive urine doesn't actually contain THC; it contains
THC byproducts. Papain has not been tested, and may or may not work.
This method works for every urine test, every time (provided that
some conditions are met). You simply give them clean
urine (not yours) which you can get from places like UreaSample.com.
This works very well if you're not supervised. If you are going
to be supervised, try to talk them out of it. Someone told me they
were going to be monitored, and they said "I don't want you
to fuckin' watch me piss!" So the supervisor waited outside;
probably with his/her ear to the door to listen for opening containers.
Members in active duty are often watched as the urine flows from
source to destination (but substitution will even work on this test,
as you will find out). Abbie Hoffman, author of "Stealing This
Urine Test," suggested leaving a few drops of urine on the
seat or on your shoe for as "an added measure of authenticity."
9.1 Substitution methods:
There are three methods, but two of them are painful, and you have
to be determined to use them. The most common way to sneak in urine
is in a concealed container such as the this deluxe
urine tranportation kit.
9.1.1 Concealed container:
Simply conceal the urine. The first time you're alone with the
container they give you, dump in your concealed
urine. Be sure you can quietly open the container; the lab personnel
may be just outside the door listening. You may be required to change
into a gown. If so, a condom or douche bag holding the sample and
taped around the thigh can be concealed under the gown. You can
also run a plastic line from a flexible container and tape it to
your urination equipment (to be gender neutral), and even piss under
supervision. Females have been known to keep a condom with the urine
sample in the vagina, and prick it with a sharp fingernail to piss
under supervision. Be sure to keep the sample between 91 and 97
There's a way to use substitution even when you're under the strictest
supervision. Athletes trying to pass tests for anabolic steroids
have been known to empty their bladders, and have the substituted
urine injected directly into their bladders via needle. It was shown
in a motion picture like "Wildcats" or something. While
theoretically possible, it's painful and subject to infection. It
would certainly be the most senseless way to get clean urine into
the testees bladder. If this must be done, catheterization should
First void your bladder as you would with injection. Run a thin
plastic tube to the bladder. (Males must insert the tube into the
opening of the penis, go through the urethra and into the bladder.)
Catheterization done on females is not as unpleasant as it is for
males. Then inject the clean urine into the bladder via catheter.
Catheterization is less painful, safer, and more effective. Infection
is still possible.
9.2 Where to get clean urine.
9.2.1 Urine from a donor:
You can substitute someone else's urine. Ask your urine donor (hopefully
a friend you can trust) what drugs they've taken in the last month.
They may have taken a false positive (or a true positive for that
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9.2.2 Powdered urine:
If you don't trust your friend's sample, or don't have any clean
friends, you can get powdered urine from places like UreaSample.com.
It's supposedly works perfectly; however be carefull, for example
I got MBJF's powdered urine, and it did not specify the age or gender
of the original sample. Powdered urine must be prepared ahead of
time. If there is a period of time that you are clean, you can make
powdered urine from your own supply.
22.214.171.124 Making your own powdered urine:
Urinate in a glass container. Let it evaporate. Then scrape the
inside for the concentrate. Just mix it with water before the test,
and the sample will have the correct specific gravity, pH, color,
9.2.3 Dog urine*:
I heard from Dr. Grow that dog urine (of all things) can be substituted,
and will pass the test! However, I don't know how an age, gender,
pH, or creatinine test would result. Someone was able to use dog
urine for several months to pass the test. This subsection assumes
you have a clean dog. I know my dog's urine wouldn't pass; he eats
more weed than humans do. It would make more sense to use human
urine, but dog urine provides a workable substitution in an emergency.
*THIS IS NOT ACCURATE. ANIMAL URINE MAY NOT BE USED, LOOK HERE
TO SEE WHY!
10. STEALING URINE
Speaking of stealing, people have been known to get away with
stealing their sample from the tray among many other urine samples.
In the case that I heard, the person being tested never got the
test results, and was hired for the job that he was tested for.
They wouldn't dare ask someone to re-test because they "lost"
his/her urine sample. Don't expect this method to work if you are
being tested for the military or if you're on parole; they have
no problem violating your rights repeatedly.
11. IF YOU FAIL
If you fail the test, raise hell. Failing the drug test has been
known to make a quiet person go ballistic. You will be interviewed
by a medical review official (MRO), who would try to find out why
you tested positive. MRO's are NOT impartial. An MRO is an employee
of the lab, and is there for quality control. They are also there
to protect the lab by coercing the court into thinking that the
person who failed is a drug abuser. "Anything you say to an
MRO can and will be used against you" (RDW). If you fight it,
your lawyer "can subpoena the proficiency testing records of
the laboratory for review" (anon1). These questions should
be asked about the lab you are challenging:
How does the lab handle samples?
Are they NIDA/CAP certified?
Do they participate in appropriate proficiency testing?
What is their track records in the proficiency testing program?
Have they ever failed a proficiency test?
What are the qualifications of the technical staff performing the
What technologies do they use to screen and confirm?
"Conquering the Urine Tests" provides additional legal
advice that will help you before taking a test, and if you fail
Laura Gibson, a medical doctor on the internet, tested positive
and was not hired. She had a poppy seed bagel that morning, not
knowing it was a false positive. She fought it to the point where
they just decided to throw out the results and hire her anyway.
But don't go taking it to court; it's virtually impossible to win
If you're an adult, contact ACLU. If you're a child, don't bother;
ACLU won't do anything for children who fail the drug test. Then
mail me at email@example.com and tell me what you tried so I can
use that to help others. Many people ask for advice before the test,
then don't report back.
There is a way to fight drug testing. If you ever serve as a juror
for a case where someone is being charged for a drug offense, and
a drug test is used as evidence, be aware of jury nullification.
If sufficient evidence is submitted supporting a law you consider
unjust, you have a RIGHT to vote not-guilty, simply because you
disagree with the law. You may agree with the law, yet disagree
with the punishment for that particular crime. If you feel the punishment
will be too harsh, you also have the right to vote not-guilty. Vote
your conscience. The court never tells the jurors of this [hidden]
right, but it's there. The Fully Informed Jury Association is a
good source for this information.
Many employers no longer show lab results to employees. They just
get rejected if seeking employment. Elderly employees are getting
fired for failing the test; incidentally losing all of their pension