How to Flush Opiates in Your System?

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You can try drinking lots of water and cranberry juice to help your body flush out the opiates. It will take time though. How much will depend on how long and how heavy your use has been. The only sure way is to stop using them and give your body time to work on it's own.
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Flushing opiates from your system will take at least 2 to 5 days of drinking fluids, depending on which opiate was consumed. Opiates can accumulate in the fatty tissue of your body and reappear. There are several over the counter medicines you can try; however, these are temporary. They last for five hours. Drinking at least 2 quarts of liquids everyday for 2 to 5 days and urinating frequently speeds the process along.
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