Drug testing of hair follicles has a track record of being difficult to cheat compared to urine drug tests, so it’s becoming a more frequent obstacle on the way to your dream job, particularly in United States. However, hair follicle testing isn’t completely foolproof, and people often report they’ve beaten it using Aloe Rid detox shampoo and the Macujo method.
What Is The Macujo Method?
The Macujo method, otherwise known as Growman method or “the Mac”, is a seven-step hair cleansing routine for drug test. Supposedly, Macujo method works by opening up the outer layer of your hair (cuticle) to access the inner layer called the cortex, and remove any drug metabolites found within.
Despite rising popularity of drug testing home remedies, they’re inefficient when it comes to removing THC metabolites from your hair strands. The Macujo method, on the other hand, reportedly has a success rate of over 90%, which is quite impressive. Macujo method is time-consuming, but relatively straightforward, and it requires the following items:
- Heinz vinegar (or other white vinegar with 5% acidity)
- Salicylic acid shampoo (such as Clean and Clear)
- Old Style Aloe Toxin Rid shampoo
- Tide liquid laundry detergent (available in grocery stores)
- Zydot Ultra Clean shampoo
- Rubber gloves
- Shower cap
- Protective goggles (recommended)
Before you begin, make sure to wear protective gear to prevent damage to your face or eyes.
The Macujo method steps
Once you’ve collected all the ingredients, it’s time to start step-by-step detox process. For the Macujo method to work for drug tests, you need to complete these tasks:
Alcohol drinkers, marijuana users and tobacco smokers should stop drug use immediately after receiving the notice of upcoming hair drug test. This will prevent new toxins from entering the hair.
Thoroughly rinse your hair using warm water, then apply Heinz vinegar, massaging it down into the scalp. It contains acetic acid, which may cause a tingling sensation.
Without removing vinegar, apply salicylic acid shampoo (pink Clean and Clear or T-Sal) to your hair, and massage it into the scalp. It may further increase tingling, but salicylic acid is considered safe in these quantities.
Cover your head with shower cap, and distract yourself for an hour. This will allow vinegar and salicylic acid shampoo to penetrate the cuticles.
After an hour, rinse your head using warm water, then wash your hair with Aloe Toxin Rid shampoo twice, in accordance with product’s instructions. Thoroughly rinse out your hair every time.
After rinsing Aloe Rid from your hair the second time, it’s time to wash your hair with Tide liquid laundry detergent. Make sure that Tide detergent never contacts your eyes and ears. If you’re using protective glasses, remember to wash the hair under the goggle strap. Rinse again.
The final part is to apply Zydot Ultra Clean shampoo to your hair and scalp. Rinse it out with water.
People with heavy drug usage should repeat this process at least five times with 8-10 hour breaks to prevent skin irritation. However, if you’re out of time, this can be done during a shorter period and once more on hair test day.
Note that it’s crucial to use old formula of Aloe Rid instead of a newer Nexxus version, which doesn’t contain propylene glycol. Also, avoid any contact of your head with contaminated surfaces and items like your old comb, towel, pillowcase, car headrest, hoodie, hat, etc. until you’ve received your drug test results.
Why Macujo Doesn’t Work With Nexxus?
The problem is that Nexxus have discontinued their original Aloe Rid shampoo and replaced it with a completely different product. The old formula was popular with people who consume illicit substances trying to pass hair tests, but it was causing scalp redness, so the manufacturer has recalled it.
TestClear.com has bought out leftover detox shampoo from Nexxus in gallon bottles and rebranded the product as Old Style Aloe Toxin Rid, which is now sold exclusively on their website, and it’s available for everyone while supplies last. The only difference to original version is the product name.
Does The Macujo Method Work?
We’ve found many success stories of the Macujo method posted by people on Reddit and Internet forums, such as this user:
A vast majority of Macujo method reviews were positive, but we did find a small number of negative ones. Upon further research, we’ve concluded that the reason for failure and resulting negative user reviews is individuals being “creative” and inconsistent in following the procedure, like skipping specific steps or using inappropriate products.
Make sure to follow everything listed in Macujo method instructions to ensure maximum effectiveness in removal of marijuana, opiates and other drugs’ traces to pass a hair drug test.
While it may employ harsh chemicals and strange steps, the Macujo method has a strong track record. Many people have been using it to pass a hair follicle drug test for marijuana and other drugs successfully. Make sure to stay away from toxins, use the Macujo method according to the instructions a few times, and you should be able to pass a hair follicle drug test.