Molly is supposed to be pure MDMA, but this is often not the case. It is often combined with other psychoactive substances like ephedrine, dextromethorphan, ketamine, caffeine, cocaine and methamphetamine. Many of these won’t cause extra problems on drug tests, but the chances are high that you’ll light up the amphetamine panel on an oral drug test.
Can you get molly out of your system?
The good news is that MDMA, amphetamines, and methamphetamines do leave your system relatively quickly. You are way more likely to fail a molly oral drug test for these substances than anything else, so we’ll just focus on these.
Of these, MDMA has the longest detection time, possibly up to four days. Of course, it depends on the strength and quantity of your molly. People also metabolize drugs and cleanse their bodies at different rates, so this can vary. The safest option is to undertake a seven-day detox before your drug test. Alternatively, you could check if you’re clean by performing a molly oral drug test at home.
If you smoked a joint as well to help with the comedown, this shouldn’t cause any extra problems. THC is rarely detectable in oral fluids for more than 24 hours. This is not the case with urine tests, however, as they can detect a single marijuana use up to six days later, so be wary of this.
Are there quicker ways to get molly out of your system?
You may able to get clean for your drug test in two or three days, assuming you test yourself to make sure, but sometimes you won’t even have this time. A saliva test can be given at zero notice, such as after a workplace accident. The procedure is very simple as well, so there’s no way to manipulate the test, such as by using a subbed sample.
This is why keeping a bottle of detox mouthwash around can be a good idea. Unlike a normal mouthwash, a detox mouthwash removes various toxins from your mouth, including the drug metabolites that show up on an oral drug test. It also contains no alcohol, unlike some conventional mouthwashes, which is the last thing you want to show up on a post-accident drug test.
Your detox mouthwash can be used much like a regular mouthwash, but it will take somewhat longer than a normal routine. Depending on the particular product (always check the directions), you just take a bit at a time and swish it around your mouth for a while. Some detox mouthwashes can be swallowed, but others not. It’s generally better to spit it out if possible.
Detox mouthwashes are usually only effective for a short period, so make sure you use it close enough to your actual drug test. You should also avoid eating, drinking, smoking, or chewing anything after using a mouthwash, because this will trigger saliva production.