northwood wrote:BTW, some companies test your pee to see if there are any cleaners in it- and if they find them, count it as an automatic positive test ( and dont hire you).
Thing is, the detox drinks aren't "cleaners"... all they do is flush out your system by making you urinate repeatedly before the test, they aren't much different from water. That's why the packaging on those drinks directs the user to continue drinking water after finishing the drink.
In my opinion, based on experience with situations like these, the latest you could quit smoking is 1 week from a test (assuming you don't weigh like 240 lbs or more). Obviously, the earlier the better. At one point someone who isn't me weighed 230lbs and smoked high potency stuff several times per day. This guy did his research, quit 48hrs prior to his test, and passed. Granted, your legal career is at stake here, so you don't want to cut it as close as that guy did.
If you are set on continuing to partake throughout the semester, don't even consider a detox drink, do some research, and find out how you can naturally cleanse your system. Hint: it involves water, vitamin B2/B12, and creatine.