Short answer: No.
Longer answer: Pretty much what DS says above. Creatinine is a metabolic by-product of muscle metabolism. Now, some people naturally have low creatinine levels, without the need to flush their system (e.g. drink lots of water). This isn't the norm and is below 5% of the population.
Like DS said SWIY isn't "cleaning" the drug
out of SWIY's system, rather diluting it's concentration in SWIY's urine. Think of it like having a 5 gallon tank at a pet shop with 500 goldfish, you take a scoop with a net
, you'll get 30 goldfish easy. Now add 50 gallons of water and you still have the same amount of goldfish, but you use your scoop and you'll get 5 with one go. Now if a positive screen is say 15 fish, the 5 gallon situation is going to be positive. But the 55 gallon one is negative.
This works until the creatinine levels fall under 20 mg/dl, which is the Health and Human Services cutoff. anything under 5 mg/dl is considered non-human and is assumed to have been dunked in the toilet or run under the sink". Depending on the agency that is doing the test, a creatinine level under 20 mg/dl is considered an automatic fail.
I'm not sure on this, but I have read that taking B vitamins will make urine yellow, and taking creatine will raise the creatinine level of the dilute urine. I'll go buy creatine and some B-complex pills and test this out. My puppy's lab has an Olympus AU600 to do some EIA analysis, and we have a refractometer to look at specific gravity.
does not do drugs
that data will not be reportable to see if it does "flush" enough to be below cutoff...that is another story depending on the drug, what time it was taken prior to the test, dosage, etc. But SWIM will be able to report on if taking creatine and B-complex vitamins after drinking 2+ liters of water will give a >20 mg/dl creatinine level and turn SWIM's urine yellow.