Think Goldenseal can help you Pass Your Marijuana
..."contrary to popular rumor, there is NO evidence
that goldenseal, vinegar, niacin, or vitamin C help"...(to
pass a marijuana drug
test) -Source > California NORML National Organization
for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
The Goldenseal herb has many uses but helping to pass a drug
test is not one of them. The facts are clear. Goldenseal is
useless as an aid to help someone pass a urine analysis drug
test for Marijuana or in passing any other drug test. Take
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Renowned medical writer, Steven Foster, in an article entitled
Goldenseal's Future notes that Goldenseal's future is threatened
by the mistaken belief that Goldenseal can help someone pass
a marijuana drug test. He writes:
"Unfortunately, one aspect of goldenseal that has driven
the market in recent years is the notion that goldenseal will
somehow affect the outcome of urinalysis for drug testing.
This practice is a part of American folk culture, evolving
from a novel by pharmacist John Uri Lloyd. Stringtown on the
Pike, the most popular of his eight novels, was published
in 1900. In the plot goldenseal bitters are erroneously mistaken
for strychnine in a chemical test by an "expert"
chemical witness in a murder trial. The accused murderer is
convicted on the testimony, though the stomach of the deceased
did not contain strychnine at all, but goldenseal, from the
victim's morning habit of drinking digestive bitters. As a
result, goldenseal became a part of American folklore associated
with chemical testing errors. It has been used on occasions
in this century to an attempt to mask the use of morphine
in race horses (without success). Because of the practice
of ingesting goldenseal to affect the outcome of drug testing,
some drug testing labs are now testing for presence of goldenseal
in urinalysis. If this use of goldenseal subsided, it would
return to a more rational place in herbal medicine as an antiinflammatory
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