What is the Jerry G method?

The Jerry G method is one of the many ways people employ to rid themselves of drug-related toxins, for the purpose of passing drug tests in their workplaces, schools, and other such environments.

In particular, it aims to change the very structure of the hair follicle. You can check out this comprehensive article for more info on hair follicle structure and the cycle of their growth. This approach centers heavily on the bleaching of your locks. Naturally, something so intense will drastically change your overall appearance, so be prepared for a different head in the mirror.

The name itself stems from the creator of this whole business. It came from the mind of one active user, known as “Jerry G”, who devised it for their own needs, though it has since spread like wildfire through the drug-consuming community.

What are the good sides and bad sides of this approach?

Like any other thing in the world, this method of tricking the drug testers has its pros and its ones that you should be aware of. Here is a brief overview of its good and bad points.

The good: it is cheap and wildly successful, and not many tools or ingredients are necessary.

After all, the single most problematic substance in marijuana, THC, tends to take about half a year to get out of your system. You will not have half a year’s worth of an announcement before a drug test shakes up your workplace.

You need a cheap and fast solution. If you are wondering about how to pass a hair follicle test without breaking your budget, then this is definitely an option you should seriously consider.

Although this technique is a little time consuming, there is no denying that its effects are permanent, and experienced users report enviably high rates of successfully using it to keep their jobs firmly in place. All the supplies you will need for implementing it are available in well-stocked supermarkets, and you can take your time putting together a suitable bargain.

The bad: it pretty much destroys your crowning glory and completely changes your look. This is bleach we are talking about. Your hair will be noticeably different, and even more noticeably damaged. However, with the proper aftercare, this can be minimized – and you can always just cut it all off and let a healthy replacement grow when your test is over.

Okay, so what do you need for it?

In effect, you need a total of five items, and you can shop around for whichever manufacturer’s specific product suits you the best. This is what needs to go on your JG shopping list:

– Hair dye (absolutely must contain ammonia, you are looking for permanent results here);

– Hair bleach (tailor the number of bottles to your hair type and total length);

– Two shampoos: a toxin wash of your choice and Zydot Ultra Clean

– Some baking soda (the stuff from a pharmacy, so-called “medicinal baking soda” is a little purer and less coarse than the food grade variant);

– And a nice collection of new hair combs, brushes, and accessories.

And how does the process work?

Step 1: Figure out the precise date when your testing is going to happen. Quit your pot use, as well as any other opioids that you might have going on, for at least ten days before the test (not counting the actual testing day itself).

Step 2: On the same day that you quit your opioid and weed use, get your hair coloring kit. Remember, the dye has to contain ammonia and you need to use the bleach.

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and consider reading this handy guide on how to dye your locks at home: https://www.wikihow.com/Dye-Your-Hair-at-Home

Make doubly sure that the dye is a permanent one, and take care to select a color that is as close as possible to your natural hair color. You want to be inconspicuous with your test cracking, after all.

Step 3: Wash your hair using your detox shampoo of choice. Make a point of letting your hair air dry; avoid using a blow dryer. If you are doing this in colder weather, towel it out a bit, sit near a heating body, and avoid any draft or going outside till your head is 100% dry.

Step 4: Chill for a few days. When your calculated tenth day rolls around, repeat the whole hair coloring process. Again, be generous with the bleach.

Step 5: For the second time, give your crowning glory a good washing with the drug removal shampoo and let it air dry.

Step 6: Do this on the actual day of your follicle drug test. Get your baking soda and make it into a paste. Apply this to the roots of your hair, as directly as you can manage, and then cover all the rest of your hair too. Leave it in for fifteen minutes, and then thoroughly rinse it out.

Step 7: Give a third wash with the detox shampoo you chose.

Step 8: Do the final washing with the Zydot Ultra Clean shampoo, and you are good to go!

Is there anything else to keep in mind with Jerry G?

Yes, there are two more critical detail that you need to have firmly etched in your mind somewhere.

First, the key point of this method is that you are completely getting rid of your old hair in one fell swoop. This also means anything that might contain traces of how it used to be, in other words, you will need to permanently get rid of all of your brushes, combs, as well as any accessories.

Second, mind the texture of your crowning glory. If you have a thick mane on your head, make sure you repeat the entire process at least one bonus time. Another viable option is to get a haircut to make it more manageable.