Can I Flush Vyvanse Out Of My System In 24 Hours By Drinking A Lot Of Water? And Will Drinking A Rescue Detox Drink Right Before The Drug Test Help?


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Oscar De La Huerte Profile
Vyvanse, which is also known as Lisdexamfetamine, is a psycho-active drug that is used to treat ADHD.

Passing a Vyvanse drug test The following information might be of use to you if you're facing a drug test only 24 hours after taking Vyvanse.

  • Vyvanse conatisn l-amphetamine and D-amphetamine, so it will show up on most drugs tests.
  • It will take more than 24 hours to get most substances out of your system
  • Drinking a large amount of water can help reduce the traces of amphetamine, but it will not wipe them out completely. Your body needs at least a week to do this.
  • Vyvanse is purposely designed to have a weaker 'stimulant' affect than other ADHD drugs like Ritalin, Adderall and Concerta.
Whilst it depends on the amount you've taken, it is unlikely that 'flushing' Vyvanse out of your system will work- especially not within 24 hours.

The majority of the metabolites that an amphetamine drug test would look for are found in the blood, and getting them out of your system in 24 hours would require a full-body blood transfusion. Not something I'd suggest you try at home!!!

Does 'Rescue Detox Drink' really work? As far as the effectiveness of Rescue Detox Drink goes, it gets mixed reviews on the internet.

I'd suggest that drinking it before a test would certainly help the flushing process, although I'm not sure I'd put too much faith in a product that doesn't even explain how it works on its official website!

If you're facing a drugs test within 24 hours, I'd be very skeptical that any detox drink would be able to clean your system of specific metabolites within that time-frame.
Muhammad Nadeem Profile
Muhammad Nadeem answered
This drug can stay in your system for 1-3 days, so, you may or may not pass the drug test, depending upon your metabolism rate and body weight.
Arthur Wright Profile
Arthur Wright answered
Not anymore, in fact anything you use to cover this up will also now be detected.

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