How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System For With Either Long Term Or Short Term Use Of The Drug?
Xanax is by far one of the most powerful anxiolytic type drugs on the market, is entirely illegal to get your hands on without a prescription for the drug, is incredibly addictive, and usually lasts around six to eight hours on a single dosage of the drug. Taken in what are usually 1 to 2 milligram dosages at a time, with the 2 milligram Xanax becoming known as the Xanax bar, the question of how long does Xanax stay in your system for has become a very popularly asked one on the internet in recent years due to the differences in dosages of the Xanax medication. Through the use of the following blog post, we will look into exactly how long Xanax lasts for, how long it stays in your system for, what Xanax does to the brain and how you can maximize its effects by only taking it sparingly and by keeping tolerance levels to the drug as low as possible, and a host of other similar and related factors. For more information on Xanax and a host of other similar and related Nootropics and Smart Drugs found on the web, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.
Sometimes other similar and related Nootropics and online Smart Drugs that are found fairly cheap at loads of online stores on the internet are used either in place of Xanax bars, as a way to get a safer alternative to them, or they are used on off days or with Xanax, the gist of these are in the list as follows (for more information on Xanax rather than all of these Nootropics, skip past all of these to the next subheading):
Piracetam-The original Nootropic drug, Piracetam is also one of the most powerful, potent and safe Nootropics to use for long term use among the Racetam type Nootropic drugs. Developed in the 1960’s, Piracetam has been called the original Smart Drug because it was the first true healthy Smart Drug ever made, and because since the drug’s inception it has spawned off the creation of literally dozens of other Nootropic drugs, including Piracetam, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Pramiracetam, Phenylpiracetam, Nefiracetam, Noopept, and the whole growth of the Nootropics community. After the release of the movie “Limitless” in 2011, featuring Bradley Cooper and Anna Gun, as well as the release of the “Limitless TV Series” made in 2015 and 2016, and finally the advent release of “Limitless Season 2” coming to Amazon and featuring Bradley Cooper, Jake McDorman and Rebecca Harris (character’s name, actresses name I can’t remember) the Nootropics market has truly bloomed and exploded! Since then, the “real Limitless pill,” has been compared to one of only two drugs, Piracetam and Modafinil, so this really speaks to the credibility, potency and strength of the Smart Drug Piracetam as a whole. More on the question of “how long does Xanax stay in your system for” in future paragraphs.
Aniracetam-Aniracetam is around five times more powerful than Piracetam, and also has an added anti-anxiety effect that Piracetam lacks, making it incredibly potent overall. Aniracetam has frequently been raved about by top entrepreneurs like those at Tech Crunch.com, those at Dave Asprey and Bulletproof Coffee’s Corporation, Tim Ferris Videos, Silicon Valley videos, CNN and a host of other similar and related online celebrities and news outlets. Aniracetam has significantly more memory, mood, energy and focus benefits than Piracetam does, and with all of that additional anti-anxiety effect that you also are going to be getting from the drug, it is truly something to give a try!
Oxiracetam-Around fifteen times more powerful than Piracetam, Oxiracetam is known as “the speedy racetam,” for how it can boost energy levels, mood, memory and focus in the human brain, as well as for how the drug can last for as long as eight to ten hours at a time. While Oxiracetam is not necessarily something that I would every recommend taking on top of Xanax bars, due to how it may react poorly with regards to the heart rate of the user in question, I don’t necessarily think that it makes a very reliable substitute for the drug either.
Pramiracetam-Pramiracetam is said to be as much as thirty times stronger than Piracetam, and puts most of its main Nootropics focus on its ability to improve memory in the brain, far past whatever any other Nootropics pundit will tell you that the other major Racetams can do for a user’s ability to learn, memorize and focus.
Phenylpiracetam (not recommended)-Not recommended to be used atop Xanax bars, as it can be very stimulating and can really cause a lot of issues with heart rate, especially when mixed with a downer, do not try this.
Nefiracetam-Nefiracetam, due to the extremely small amount of research that has been done on the drug so far, which is almost none, should not be used with Xanax, Xanax bars, or any Alprazolam type medications either. When people ask me the question of “how long does Xanax stay in your system,” and they even say Nefiracetam or some of the more obscure Racetams in the same exact sentence, such as Fasoracetam or Coluracetam, I almost shudder in fear, as these are supplements and drugs that were not by any means at all meant to be stacked together, avoid at all costs.
Fasoracetam-This is a Nootropic Smart Drug that can be as strong as 500 times more powerful than Piracetam, the original nootropic Smart Drug. Developed in around 2000 at the start of the millennium, while it can be powerful all on its own, I would not really recommend mixing this Nootropic with anything aside from maybe a solid choline source, great for learning, mood, memory, focus, and improved motivation.
Coluracetam-Coluracetam is around 100 times more powerful than Piracetam, the original Nootropic Smart Drug, and is actually extremely interesting as a Nootropic because it is one of the only Racetams, if any others actually truly exist, with a built in choline complex mechanism, meaning that you won’t need choline with this Nootropic, if at worst a little bit of it, in order to function properly and I order to avoid the dreaded Racetam headache that can actually turn a lot of people off of the Racetams and Nootropics in general from depleted choline receptors due to the user in question not using a proper Nootropic choline source like Alpha GPC Choline or CDP Choline. Stacking with Xanax is not recommended and is rather strongly advised against.
Noopept (really not recommended)-1000 times more powerful than Piracetam on a dosage by dosage basis, Noopept is not usually stacked with any other Nootropics, and especially not downer types of Nootropics, as this can lead to some serious problems down the road long term with regards to addiction and overdose risk long term.
CDP Choline-The cholinergic branch of Smart Drugs might be just about the only family that you can get away with stacking with Xanax, and while that is not a recommendation for doing so, I am somewhat neutral on this topic, as these can be similar to basically taking a fish oil in low dosages, and if you ask any doctor if it is safe to take some fish oil with Xanax, any doctor worth his salt is going to laugh at you and say that it won’t do anything, that’d be like the doctor saying you can’t eat Salmon or Tuna Fish Subs while on Xanax bars, it just isn’t going to happen. Great for use in stacking with other Racetams, in preventing Racetam headaches, and for use as a choline source all on its own.
Alpha GPC Choline-The most powerful form of choline currently available in the online market, or so the saying goes in the Nootropics community, you won’t find a Nootropic stack without this compound in it, as it’s just that efficient!
Ashwagandha-The original adaptogen Nootropic drug, great for decreasing anxiety and stress levels, allowing the user to chill out a little bit, and on top of all of this, it is 100% natural. Can be somewhat addictive or habit forming, and while it is not Xanax level addictive, it can definitely cause a very slight mental and physical dependence if the user begins to take the drug on a day to day basis.
Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside-Five times more powerful than Ashwagandha, great for reducing anxiety and overall stress levels, and while the drug is not recommended for long term use, most articles that you find on the web about it are fairly lenient and say that the drug is very difficult to get addicted to.
Gynostemma-Ten times more powerful than Ashwagandha Root Extract, and by far the most powerful Adaptogen Nootropic currently in existence, nearly every single other herb pales in comparison to this natural herbal supplements power, with only Bacopa Monnieri coming in as a close second.
Other Related Herbal Nootropic Stack Compounds-Addtabz, Alpha ZXT, The Beginner Nootropics Stack, The Nootropics combo packs, and tons of other name brand Nootropic supplements that provide meaningful cognitive enhancement effects on the user.
Saint John’s Wort-Commonly taken among bodybuilders and frequently taken alongside maca root extract, can help with muscle recovery as well as with increasing muscular strength and endurance in the gym by significantly lessening the anxiety of the user in question, allowing someone to move into an anabolic type of mode rather than catabolic even while the user is in the middle of weight lifting.
Bacopa Monnieri 3% Salidroside-A potent and 100% natural herbal supplement, close to Ashwagandha root extract in overall power and strength, yet alsoa very potent memory enhancement drug.
Ashwagandha Winter Cherry-A brand name for Ashwagandha root extract.
Ashwagandha Root Extract-The proper name for the adaptogen Nootropic drug Ashwagandha.
Moringa Plant Type Vitamins-Said to the be most nutritious type of multivitamin in the world, with anecdotes saying that you could feed an entire African village back to health with just the Maringa plant, this plant contains literally thousands of different vitamins and minerals all in its single little leaf.
Multi Vitamin Stack Complexes-Whether it is flinstones vitamins, one a day men’s vitamins, Life Extension.com Multi Vitamin Compexes, or just multi vitamins from Walmart, multivitamins can help to keep a user healthy while taking Xanax, or at least to think the person is staying healthy as most of them are just hyped up sham.
Fish Oil-A great supplement for everyone whether you are taking Nootropics, or Xanax or not, improves heart health, healthy brain function, and can help you to get a good supply of omega 3 fatty acids flowing in you at all times.
Krill Oil-Another name for fish oil, although rather than standardized fish of which is likely cod, it is fish oil that comes from Krill itself, said to be somewhat healthier than fish oil is just by itself.
Creatine=Likely the most popular workout supplement on the planet, I have written extensively about Creatine on this blog and have actually sold quite a few bottles of Creatine off of this website via affiliate links, Creatine is one of the most powerful weight lifting supplements out there for improving general muscular strength and endurance, and when stacked atop things like D-Aspartic Acid, protein shakes, mass gainer shakes, and a host of other weight lifting supplements including preworkout, it can really put a huge edge on how your exercise routine gives you muscle gains in the gym.
Non-Essential Amino Acids-Things like Creatine, tyrosine, and a host of other supplements can really work wonders on overall brain function, and are sometimes considered to be Nootropics, take daily for best effects.
L-Tyrosine-Frequently used in cases of addiction to drugs like Adderall, Ritalin, Modafinil, Armodafinil, Provigil, speed, Dexedrine, Dextrostat and a host of other related drugs, L-Tyrosine is one of the most powerful Smart Drugs out there for helping to improve long term dopamine receptor recovery, and although Xanax bars don’t necessarily work on dopamine directly to such a huge degree like these stimulant drugs do, it can’t hurt to take some L-Tyrosine on days that you don’t take Xanax.
N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine-An extended release form of L-Tyrosine that is said to last over twelve hours, frequently sold online and major retail outlets will carry this as well.
Tianeptine-A listed alternative to Xanax, while Tianeptine can be very addictive at times, it is NOTHING like being addicted to Xanax bars, and if you went into a rehab center complaining of a Tianeptine addiction, they would say A. “what the heck is a Tianeptine” and B. that it is not necessarily one of the hardest of addictions to kick, albeit not very pleasant.
Kratom-Kratom can actually make a good drug to help you detox from Xanax with, as Kratom is not a benzodiazepine or anti-anxiety type drug and instead acts more on the opiod receptors of the brain, meaning that the drug is going to give you a break from taking anti-anxiety medications, you may want to ask your doctor before doing this, as once again, Xanax withdrawal can be particularly dangerous to just cold turkey off of or to use other drugs to push through.
Kava Kava Root Extract-Kava Kava root extract is often times called a fruit or a type of tea, as the user in question absolutely can get a type of high off of Kava kava that is very similar to that of the Kratom high. While not necessarily the best drug to use to detox from Xanax, if you are not addicted to Xanax bars you can absolutely use Kava whenever you get a panic attack instead of Xanax, if anything it’ll be a heck of a lot healthier and cheaper for you, depending on the insurance policy that you may or may not have.
Phenibut-Ahh now we get to the real good stuff, Phenibut is definitely one of the strongest drugs on this list, and I would put its drug category as something between an opiate and an anti-anxiety drug, as it displays properties of both. Can be very good for panic attacks and general anxiety.
Picamilon-A fairly weak alternative to Phenibut, while not necessarily the most potent anti-anxiety drug on the market right now, it can definitely help with reducing overall anxiety levels.
CBD Oil-Basically weed just in oil form, over the counter and legal, in some states at least. While it is just basically pot without the THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), weed can definitely make the detox from any drug a lot easier, or at the very least can help you to lessen anxiety when you have panic attacks or when you go out, likely effects are that it will make you a bit giggly, hungry, tired and somewhat drowsy, much softer and weaker than Marijuana is, also likely to show up on a drug test (see future articles on Does CBD Oil Show up on a drug test?)
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How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System For, and What is The Half Life Of Xanax and Xanax Bars?
Xanax is by far one of the more interesting prescription drugs that you are going to run into when searching the web of drug stories, as the drug is so frequently used and abused by millions of individuals in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries abroad, as well as because of how addictive Xanax bars are in afflicted users, how bad the withdrawal symptoms from Xanax bars can be, and of how powerful the brain damage and lingering cognitive decline after abuse of Xanax bars are to the user in question. In order to further illustrate this, I believe that an anecdote will serve as an effective learning curve for those of you who may not know exactly what long term use of Xanax bars can do to the individual. With regards to how long does Xanax stay in your system for, and how can you increase the length of it?
I had a friend (friend is a very strong word, it was more or less a woman I knew who was sleeping with a friend of mine) who had become addicted to Xanax bars, and who we found was soon taking them just about every single day in order to function in the classroom, at work, and in her day to day life. We went to her apartment one day and found her laying in her lounge chair, completely zapped out of her mind on Xanax bars, and although she was still conscious and not at risk of overdose or anything, just a little bit drowsy, we feared for her, and we ended up putting her in a rehab center due to her truly horrible addiction. In about three months after she had gotten clean from the drug, it was like the lights had turned on and a whole new person was born, she was no longer slurring her words, she didn’t have problems with insomnia or with sleeping during the day and missing class or work, and she no longer had issues with family and friends thinking that she was strung out all the time. While unfortunately she would eventually go on to relapse just a short six months later, even after four months of sobriety it was evident that the Xanax bars had caused what was likely permanent brain damage to her, as she was slurring her words, was not thinking as fluidly as she used to, and now had to take Adderall in order to focus in school, as her brain’s receptors were so weakened and worn out as a result of her truly excessive use of Xanax bars, on a day to day basis, for so long. But How Long Does Xanax stay in your system exactly?
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System When You Just Begin To Take The Drug?
While throughout this blog I am normally an advocate of the fact that most drugs don’t cause “brain damage” or “kill brain cells” like most people are always saying, and they instead just temporarily down regulate your brain’s receptors, of which come back significantly with a period of sobriety, Xanax and long term use of it is one thing that is really different, and getting hooked on this drug is something that can cause real problems down the road for the afflicted individual even after months or years of sobriety due to the intense way that it affects the brain. But why the heck does Xanax and other benzodiazepines cause such problems in users with regular use, and how long does Xanax stay in your system for in comparison to other Nootropic drugs?
The answer is that Xanax bars really were not meant to be taken daily, and instead just when the user in question is having a full-blown panic attack, or is having a situation in their life where extreme stress is likely to occur, such as before giving a big speech or any number of other fear mongering things. When you pop a Xanax, and even just a low dosage of the drug like for instance the .5 milligram pill of Xanax, the drug goes to work almost immediately in your brain, crossing the BBB, the blood brain barrier, in as little as 30 minutes, and increases euphoria, slows down your heart rate, and gives a gentle calm high in the brain by way of both the opiate receptors and other inhibitor type neurotransmitters meant to calm the user down. This is really what the drug was actually meant to do, and in short term, extremely stressful situations like the one above, it can actually be extremely beneficial to the user in helping him or her to live a normal day to day life, and still be able to function at work. The phrase “the guys that keep the lights on,” with regards to pharmaceutical companies is absolutely no joke in this instance, as for some people without Xanax life would be a miserable hell filled with panic attacks and other problems.
What is the Problem with Regular Xanax Use Then, and How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System Among Newbie Users?
The problem with regular use of Xanax bars however, is the fact that the drug tends to downregulate your receptors after it has left your system, causing you to feel just slightly below baseline when you first start taking the drug and get a crash, and to feel completely miserable to finally extremely ill once you stop taking Xanax, the process can be very slow and gradual depending on how exactly you use the drug, whether you ever are abusing or snorting Xanax, whether you snort Xanax or smoke Xanax or take the drug in higher dosages than it was intended to be used at, or of whether you take the drug appropriately as your doctor recommends. By keeping a low dosage of Xanax, and infrequent use of the drug only when panic attacks and extreme anxiety pops up, as well as likely undergoing therapy by a trained psychiatrist to get down to the root of your anxiety issues, you can put off Xanax addiction, withdrawal and dependence for as long as humanly possible before succumbing to real, painful withdrawal symptoms, tolerance to Xanax bars and addiction to the drug. However as with any drug, the only way to stave off addiction and dependence to the drug, either physically or mentally, is to 100% kick the drug cold turkey, and to face your anxiety issues head on once and for all, breaking through them and getting to the root of your anxiety problems and kicking Xanax completely.
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Now while that may sound very tough and cold, it is 100% absolutely the truth, as even with non-habitual use of the drug, and with very infrequent dosing, say just once per month, addiction can really creep up on your quite quickly. Don’t believe me? Let’s say that you take the drug once per month right after you first get a prescription for the drug, for about the first 3 to 4 months this holds you over, and then eventually you need to take a little bit more Xanax every single time that you have a panic attack to ensure that it goes away completely, and aside from this, you now start to take the drug twice or three times every single month because of some added stress at work.
Now this scenario right here doesn’t seem to be too bad right, taking the drug 2 or 3 times per MONTH isn’t really that bad? However look deeper at the trend of the problem, and you will see the true root of the issue, with just one pill every single month, your tolerance had increased to needing the drug 2 to 3 times per month, and now unless you are going to quit cold turkey at this point and throw the pills away completely, which is not very likely as you probably aren’t experiencing any withdrawal symptoms at this point in the pathway to addiction, your tolerance gradually and slowly increases, making each time you use the drug that much weaker. Another six months go by, and you find yourself needing the drug either once per week or bi-weekly, as your tolerance grows exponentially (and if you think about it tolerance, and therefore addiction, really does grow exponentially, as without proper safe guards in place it will be free to grow like a disease on your cells) you will need the drug more and more frequently and in higher and higher dosages.
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System Once A Xanax Addict Is Called Into Question?
At this point, you are technically a “low key” Xanax addict, you likely have withdrawal symptoms that are fairly mild when you are not on the drug, and if at this stage in the game you realize that you have been going a little bit overboard on taking your medication and decide that “I can kick this anxiety on my own, Xanax is just a crutch to keep me going I don’t need this crap anymore” and throw the pills down the toilet, then you will likely weather a week or two of somewhat unpleasant withdrawals, but will not sustain any permanent damage and are likely to come out the other side not only a better man with more will power, but entirely unscathed as far as brain damage and physical illness, injuries or reduction in immune system functioning is concerned. Past this point in the game is what I like to call “the wall” of addiction, as you are more than likely to start spiraling out of control at this stage of the game, and if you do not quit cold turkey, try to taper off or control your usage of the drug, find alternatives to cope with your anxiety better, or talk to your doctor about what it is exactly that you are going through, you could end up just like my friend that I discussed in the previous paragraph.
So How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System for Xanax Addicts?
With all of this in mind however, how long does Xanax stay in your system once you are a Xanax addict, and does this affect how long detox and withdrawal is going to take? The answer is that Xanax has a half-life of around 6 to 8 hours, and that this drug, as with any drugs for that matter, usually gets out of your system 100% in about 5 half-lives, so in this instance, around 30 to 40 hours, which would be increased significantly if you are abusing the drug, so you are likely looking at around 2 to 3 days to detox 100%. This is important because withdrawal symptoms from Xanax bars addiction do not usually creep up on you fully until you are totally cleaned from the drug, and it is no longer in your urine or blood. In serious cases of Xanax addiction, the withdrawal symptoms are so bad that if you do not taper off of the drug, it can lead to serious problems and possibly even hospitalization, so your best bet is to check yourself into an inpatient rehabilitation facility, as they will know exactly what to do with regards to weening you off of your Xanax bars addiction. In mild cases however, and I say this with caution as I am not a licensed physician by any means, you may be able to quit cold turkey on your own before it gets too bad, but always always, ALWAYS, speak to your doctor to before you get to this point in the addiction process.
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System For, and Does Xanax Show Up On a Drug Test?
A huge reason for why a lot of you have ended up on this blog post (and for those of you who landed on an Aniracetam post and saw the “Xanax” category and got curious, this section of the article is not for you) is likely because you are trying to get Xanax bars out of your system in order to detox as quickly as possible for a drug test, of which I provide no judgement to you, and instead a word of advice. Ignore all of those popular detox drinks that you can get at Walmart, Target,, Walgreens and other types of convenience stores (especially CVS) and instead goi for something all natural, a workout, a sauna, and lots of cranberry and orange juice, if it is for a six figure job or something and you have been using the drug off label, you may want to consider even adding in a laxative to this mix, something that I do not usually recommend unless circumstances absolutely call for it (hey I’d do it for $100,000.00 per year are you kidding me, I think we all would?)
The gist of your potion however, rather than whatever brands are selling you in the store with regards to all of the top detox drinks out there, most of which are simply overhyped nonsense. By making your own, you’ll be saving yourself a possible stomach ache (unless you opt for the laxative option of course, of which I cannot necessarily tell you of how long that is going to take or how well it is going to work, just that you are very likely to be in a lot of pain as it flushes out your entire system), not to mention a lot of processed crap and a trip to the store. The best way to do this is to exercise, sweat as much as possible, drink as much cranberry or apple juice or orange juice as possible (the more acidic and non-alkaline that you are the better) and to hit a sauna, and that last one is very important. Ultimate Fighting Championship Fighters (UFC) actually use Sauna’s to cut 20+ pounds at a time, sometimes going way over what is considered a healthy weight loss limit, if they can do this much with a sauna, there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that combined with exercise, cranberry juice and plenty of rest, that you can 100% get Xanax out of your system a lot faster with it, just make sure not to overdo it on the exercise and to take it really easy with this if the case is that you are going through any type of Xanax withdrawals, of which case you may need a hospital-and that’s all for my two cents! More on the question of how long does Xanax stay in your system for in later paragraphs.
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System, and How Can I Construct a Mathematical Formula For Exactly How Long Xanax Bars Are Going to Stay In My System For?
While there is no actual math formula that you can use to gauge exactly how long Xanax may stay in your system for, there is in fact a way that you can make one for yourself, or better yet use that one that I have made in this section of my definitive, likely over 10,000 word blog post on How to get Xanax out of your system faster for a drug test, job interview or whatever it is (this thing gets like 33,000 monthly searches, so if this SEO post works I can get a lot of traffic for my online website brand!) you can learn exactly what the major factors are in determining how long Xanax is going to stay in your system for. In order to do this effectively, and to properly answer the question of “how long does Xanax stay in your system” I have devised four main pieces of the drug and its effective use of which can affect how long Xanax stays in your system for, and of how you can effectively treat each one with supplements, sweating exercises, and the like.
1. Use a Sauna To Sweat Out The Xanax-Using a sauna to physically sweat out the Xanax bars is something that I almost always am going to recommend doing, especially in the cases that you have a drug test coming up rather fast. As Xanax will show up on just about any level of drug test, even the cheap stuff that you get over the counter at Walmart, CVS, Publix or other large name brand retailer shops, it is important to do everything that you possibly can in order to get it out of your system as soon as possible. This being said you may also want to look into asking your doctor what you should do, as a sauna could prove somewhat dangerous depending on what type of health condition you are in, and depending on what stage of Xanax withdrawal you are currently going through.
2. Use a Stationary Bike In Order to Sweat Even More Once You Get Out of The Sauna, As Long As You Are Not Having Major Withdrawal Symptoms From Xanax Bars In Which Case See a Doctor!-While you should never drag the stationary bike into the sauna like a lot of the crazy UFC fighters do in order to cut weight super fast, what you can absolutely do is use the stationary bike before or after you hop in the sauna in order to burn off some calories, get some sweat pouring off of your forehead, and to get the drug out of your system faster. You should do this on a day that you do not take Xanax, and you should hopefully not have a tolerance to Xanax to the point that you have withdrawals when you are doing this.
3.Eat Healthy, Eat Lots of Fruits and Vegetables, Urinate as Much as Possible, Drink Plenty of Water, and Drink Cranberry Juice and Orange Juice as Much as Possible!-While the vegetables and fruits part isn’t necessarily going to do a whole lot, the vitamins will help you to keep up your strength a little bit while you are losing all of this water weight so fast, and the fruit juices will not only keep your blood sugar up and keep you urinating constantly, as they are diuretic type drugs, they will also keep your body very acidic, and will keep flushing all of the toxins and Xanax drug residue out of your system. If you are looking for exactly how to pass a drug test after taking Xanax, this paragraph right here is going to be your best friend at this stage of the game.
4. Use Related Nootropics That Won’t Show Up On a Drug Test In Order to Help The Withdrawals, Like The Free Sample You Can Get By Clicking The Right Hand Side Of This Page -While getting off of Xanax, your anxiety may come back, and come back harder than before and with a vengeance, so you may want to look into using related anti-anxiety Nootropics in order to help you get through this rough patch, whether it is a few days or a few weeks. Among the best Nootropics for this case is Phenibut, Picamilon, Kratom, Tianeptine, Kava Kava Root Extract, Ashwagandha, Gynostemma, Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside, and a host of other similar and related Nootropic Smart Drugs, for additional information on these possible anti-anxiety drug alternatives, be sure to read up on these in detail at the paragraph at the top of this blog post, or to read the paragraph directly below this one for the quick rundown on each Nootropic drug.
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System For In Comparison to Xanax Nootropic Smart Drug Alternatives, Such As Phenibut, Kratom, Tianeptine, Kava Kava Root Extract, Picamilon, Ashwagandha, and Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside Extract
Xanax is going to stay in your system for about sixty hours, so be sure to make appropriate accommodations for your drug test or for when to take your medication and when to hop in the sauna, as even with doing the four steps listed above it is likely to only cut your detox time short by around six to eight hours or so, but likely not an entire day or even half of a day, however when you are scheduled to pass a drug test and you are on the clock, one thing is for sure, and that is that every second counts. When people ask me “how long does Xanax stay in your system” with regards to Nootropic comparisons of the drug, I tell them that the answer is around 60 to 70 hours, or around five half-lives of the drug, in comparison to half-lives that are either around the same, much shorter, or a lot longer. The half-lives, duration, and time to get these Nootropics out of your system is as follows in the drug list of alternatives below:
1. Phenibut-Phenibut is basically a combination of an opiate and an anti-anxiety medication, usually lasts around 6 to 8 hours per dose, and stays in your system about as long as Xanax bars do, with five half-lives of six to eight hours needed to get out of a user’s system entirely.
2. Kratom-Kratom is an opioid type Nootropic drug, and usually will take about 24 hours to leave a person’s system, with 24-72 hours being the most conservative estimate regarding time frame.
3. Tianeptine-One of the most addictive Nootropics currently on the market, and likely the most addictive Nootropic on the market as one person’s overdose has even led to a Powder City shutdown and lawsuit due to the fact that their parents sued the company, forcing them into litigation and into bankruptcy. If used responsibly and used sparingly, Tianeptine can actually be a very safe drug with not a whole lot of serious side effects, and while addiction does occur in a lot of users, it is nothing like that of Xanax withdrawal, which usually requires hospitalization in order to get through okay. Tianeptine is usually going to stay in your system for around sixty hours at a time.
4. Kava Kava Root Extract Pills-Kava Kava is actually a type of fruit that is usually found in tea, and that has become hugely popular on the internet as a type of Kratom substitute, but that has also become very popular in person due to the increase of Kava bars around the United States, the United Kingdom, and a host of other related countries. Kava Kava usually lasts around 48 hours in your system, and I am going to be writing about Kava Kava a lot more on my blog as I think that it is a very interesting plant and a super interesting plant to write about.
5. Picamilon Capsules-Picamilon capsules are, just like Phenibut, essentially a cross between an opiate type drug and a benzodiazepine, however it is slightly weaker than Phenibut is, and by default is far weaker than Xanax bars are. Can be used as an alternative as long as you are not currently going through withdrawal from Xanax bars, lasts in your system for around 48 hours and I don’t believe that these show up on a drug test.
6. Ashwagandha Winter Cherry-A 100% natural herbal Nootropic Smart Drug that is not addictive, Ashwagandha is fun to play with as it can really chill you out a lot the first several times that you take it, and past that it still works but is much more subtle, a very interesting drug that is incredibly useful for a variety of applications regarding stress reduction, does not show up on a drug test to the best of my knowledge, however to be safe it usually will stay in your system for around 60 hours at a time.
7. CBD Oil-As spoken about at length in another area of this blog post, CBD oil is essentially weed oil without the THC, which means that it can make you drowsy and can lower anxiety and induce sleep. For best results just take a little bit of the drug, about enough to cover the width of a finger nail, and this will usually last about 8 hours and will stay in your system for around 200 or so hours, it is weed after all so you are going to want to give it a little over a week to get out of your system completely.
8. Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside-A totally natural herbal supplement that is around five times more powerful than Ashwagandha, should not show up on a drug test as it is an all-natural drug and is not something that most employers are going to be checking for on a urinalysis.
9. Bacopa Monnieri-Bacopa Monnieri is one of the most interesting Smart Drugs out there for lowering anxiety, as it also has significant effects on a user’s memory, mood and focus. Lasts around 72 hours in your system without the use of detox drinks.
How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System With Regards to a Urine Test, How Long To Pass a Drug Test After Taking Xanax?
With the question of “how long does Xanax stay in your system for a urine test,” raised once again, it is important to realize that the drug can actually last a fairly long time in your urine, with it staying about 2-3 days in your urine, with this being said however, metabolites can still be found in your urine for as long as five days, so if you are being tested by WADA or if you are undergoing very strict drug testing, this may be something that you will want to keep in mind. With blood testing, it normally lasts from 5 to 7 days, and with hair testing, it can be more like 90 to 150 days at a time.
Final Thoughts On The Question of How Long Does Xanax Stay In Your System, and How You Can Effectively Detox The Drug In Order to Get It Out a Lot Faster
All in all, to most effectiely answer the question of how long does Xanax stay in your system for, the best way to do so is absolutely to look at every single possible fact and every single circumstance and variable that will occur when a user takes Xanax, all via a super definitive 10,000 word blog post. For more information on Xanax bars, and a host of other similar and related drugs, Nootropics and Smart Drugs found on the web, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Nootropics University.com.
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