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Does anyone know how long crystal stays in your system

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I recently did crystal for the first time, MY workplace let's you know 24 hours in advanc3e for drug testing and I was just wondering how long it stays in your system and if there is anything to take to clear it out of your system in a hurry???????:confused:

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since noone else seems to answer this..i would say your first time it would stay in your system for a few days..drink alot of water...pee alot...stuff like that...it will stay in the hair follicle longer but since it was your 1st (and only time i hope) it wont be around very much...if they do test u and find it tell them u take staker 2's or something for weight loss..since itll pick up a amphetamine substance...which is what they are...

hope u dont do it again..it not a good drug to do..been there done that

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Actually Gamit I gotta correct yah...crystal will come up as Methampetamine which is just bad news. If you did a good deal of crystal it can stay in your system for up to two weeks. It was you first time though so it shouldn't be in there that long. It depends on a lot of things though, mainly your metabolism. You SHOULD be alright in a week, but don't quote me on that.

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Originally posted by xtcvitality

Actually Gamit I gotta correct yah...crystal will come up as Methampetamine which is just bad news. If you did a good deal of crystal it can stay in your system for up to two weeks. It was you first time though so it shouldn't be in there that long. It depends on a lot of things though, mainly your metabolism. You SHOULD be alright in a week, but don't quote me on that.

my bad :) thats why i stick to cid and ills...hehe...good info tho

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Yah cid and rolls are my thing too, only did crystal a couple times, I like to stick to the psychedelics, much much much more fun in my eyes. I wish cid was as easy to get as it was back in the day for me...oh well, maybe it's better that way, I'd be trippin everyday if it were up to me.

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most definitly...psyches are the way to go..i have much more fun with my mind then anything else...to bad if i trip now i get the real shitty after effects..if i could find something that i could take..trip off of for a few hours..and come down relatively quickly and have no after effects (fuzzy brain, cold sweats, etc) i would do that shit every night!

well maybe not every..but quite often...

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Amphetamines cause CNS stimulation that may induce euphoria; intensify emotions; alter self-esteem; and increase alertness, aggression, and sexual appetite.

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