A hair follicle drug test is the most difficult type to pass. There’s a very good reason for that, a sample of hair is taken from your head.
Any drug toxins are indelibly printed into the hair within hours of you taking them, which is why the hair test is so powerful..
Two methods have grown above all others when it comes to almost literally burning that drug history record out of the strands of hair on your head. The Macujo method is the most popular, while the other widely used method is called the Jerry G method.
Let’s be clear up front that passing a hair follicle drug test is a challenge, and if you going to use a method to clear the toxins out of your hair, then you going to have to be prepared for up to a week of hard work and a considerable sum of money spent.
But when the alternative is to lose your job, or often in the event of somebody commissioning an expensive hair follicle drug test, your freedom, then the money and effort can be worth it.
Macujo Method Vs Jerry G Method
The science behind a hair follicle drug test is simple. When you smoke weed, or take any type of drug, the active ingredient that gets you off your head is turned by the body from the active ingredient into what are known as metabolites.
So for example in weed THC becomes the metabolite THC-COOH. That’s what every type of drug test basically looks for.
These metabolites travel around your bloodstream and some get trapped in the hair follicles. As your hair grows, these metabolites are trapped within the strands of hair, forming literally a live recording of your drug use as it happens.
What the two main methods, both the Macujo and Jerry G, seek to do is to open up the strands of hair, the hard top layer called the cuticle, and flush out the metabolites are trapped in the hard strand underneath (the cortex).
The problem with Jerry G is that it uses ammonia which can really damage the hair. It does this to replace using Aloe Rid shampoo, which is what makes the Macujo method works so well.
The difference in price is around 200 dollars, but the difference in taking a risk is that the Jerry G method will work 50% of the time, while the Macujo method will work well over 90% of the time, which is why it’s the most recommended treatment on knowledgeable forums and YouTube channels.
Hair Treatments That Won’t Pass A Drug Test
Before I go on to talk about the Macujo method in detail, I want to just cover other hair treatment remedies people mention.
You’ll come across such crazy things as washing your hair with vinegar, lime juice, baking powder, God knows what else forums out there. These might give you lovely hair, but they won’t get rid of drug metabolites.
The bottom line is that none of these work. Not a single one. You have two choices, the high-risk Jerry G, or the much lower risk Macujo method. So get your money out and accept it.
Macujo Method Ingredients Needed
The products you will need to do the full Macujo method are:
- Heinz Vinegar -You can actually use any type of regular vinegar, but people mostly recommend this brand because it’s good quality.
- Clean & Clear Pink -This is a good quality, astringent, shampoo.
- Aloe Toxin Rid Shampoo This is the vital ingredient. You are looking for old-style, old formula Aloe Rid shampoo.
Basically the old formula from the original company isn’t available anymore, although you can sometimes get hold of the old formula which was made by company called Nexxus.
But you can buy a reformulation of it direct from a company called Test Clear, under the label “Aloe Toxin Rid”. Whichever you buy it’s going to cost you around 200 dollars.
Lots of people ask if you can use the Macujo method without Nexxus (or the Test Clear version). The answer simply is no. You can read my Aloe Rid review here.
- Tide Laundry Detergent -You don’t have to use Tide, but it’s widely available and contains exactly the characteristics we are looking for in helping to clear toxins from the hair.
- Zydot Ultra Clean –Many people make the mistake of believing that this product will get rid of toxins on its own. It’s an expensive mistake to make.
But it is an essential final step the process, which many descriptions of the Macujo method miss out.
Step-By-Step Macujo Method Instructions
Okay, here we go. Let’s give you the full Macujo Method instructions in detail.
- Get yourself in front of a big sink with lots of warm water available. Get yourself some goggles and gloves. These will protect you from the corrosive materials.
- Rinse your hair with warm water and then thoroughly work in the vinegar. Make sure you go right down to the roots. This might burn a little.
- Apply a good dollop of Clean & Clear Pink and work that in as well. You don’t rinse the vinegar out first, you apply this on top. It will make a right mess of your hair, and sting a bit, but keep going. Put on a plastic bath hat and leave this to work for half an hour.
- Use your expensive but necessary bottle of old formula Aloe Rid shampoo. Rinse your hair and then apply this. Wash it out and repeat for a second time.
- The last step is to take a few drops of Tide detergent and wash your hair and then rinse it until it feels really squeaky clean.
- This is the last step most people seem to miss out of their instructions. On the morning of your drug test, wash your hair with Zydot Ultra Clean.
This will make sure that no toxins have gathered on your hair overnight and will reinforce the chances of you being metabolite free.
In terms of doing this method, you really need to repeat it once per day for the seven days leading up to your hair follicle drug test. If you don’t have that amount of time, do it twice a day for the number of days you have. Then make sure that you use Zydot Ultra Clean Detox Shampoo on the actual day of your test.
If you have only a couple of days, then push it to doing the whole Macujo method three times per day. It’s important to emphasize that the Macujo method without Nexxus Aloe rid won’t work.
If you do this, you will stand the best chance to pass a hair follicle drug test guaranteed. It’s expensive, but when your job or freedom is at stake what’s a it’s worth the money and effort.