From many years experience in using these drug tests, a positive test is often rejected by the person being tested and "being wrong", so having an additional test to do the test again immediately or later that day is a good idea. Having a spare test is useful if you want to test again in the future, or the test reads as invalid.
It's also very expensive for you priority FEDEX shipping for just 1 or 2 tests.
If you need a single test then your local pharmacy may be able to help, but we sell only the best drug tests that we use on a daily basis.
People can often refuse to do a drug test for several reasons - invasion of privacy, insist they don't do drugs, or perhaps they have something to hide or are stalling for time to let the drugs clear the system. It can also build us resentment and lack of trust, so it can be a very sensitive subject.
If the subject of home drug testing becomes a strained point, my advice would be to consult with health professionals in your area.
Absolutely, and someone using drugs who really doesn't want to get caught will often go to extraordinary length to test negative. There are dozens of websites and YouTube videos offering advice and products, but most do not work, or cannot beat the technology of modern drug tests.
Whether it is adulterating the test with water or bleach, using products easily available online, or using someone else clean urine, people will go to creative lengths to avoid a positive test.
Being aware, using the. best drug test product with a wide range of tests (panels), controlling the environment to reduce the ability to taint the test, and using tests with tools like urine temperature scanner built-in, can all reduce the risk of an invalid test.
We use all the drug tests we sell, but the test we use most is the CUP drug tests that have 12-panels and test for a wide range of drugs. Using a single drug test, say for Methamphetamine or THC, can easily miss other drugs that someone may be taking, or have recently switched to, so the wider the drug tests the better.
We also like the hygiene factor and temperature scan on the cup to reduce invalid or tainted tests.
For anyone unsure what drugs someone may be taking, these 12-panel (or more) cup drug tests are really the best drug test to use.
That's a good question. Both testing methods have their pro's an cons.
Firstly, modern urine and saliva drug tests are highly accurate, reliable and easy to use, but there are differences. For example, a drug may show up in saliva 2 hours after using, it but may not register in urine until 24 hours or longer. Because of the private nature of urine testing, a urine drug test is more likely to be altered, whereas a saliva drug test, done in plain view can be supervised and difficult to alter.
Saliva drug tests also have a shorter window of detection. In particular, THC - THC is fat-soluble, rather than water-soluble, it does not cross directly into oral ﬂuid. Therefore, THC is detected as residual smoke or as a parent compound in saliva, not as a metabolite. As a result, THC can only be detected for up to 24 hours in oral ﬂuid.
As to what method would be the best drug test suited for a particular situation, our answer would depend on the situation - oral for what someone took an hour or 2 ago, and urine to see what they have been using over the last few days. Due to the varied benefits and limitations of both urine and oral fluid testing, best practice would suggest a combined use case increasing overall testing capabilities.
This is our summary procedure for administering a urine drug test. Refer to How to Prepare for the Test for more detailed information
Absolutely, if you can send me a mail with either your phone number (and country code) and a convenient time, we will call you and see if we can help you. Contact us here.
Inpatient rehab is a good option for someone struggling with substance abuse and has underlying issues that contribute to self medicating with a substance and has been using for some time, and perhaps tried to quit and not succeeded.
Firstly, the person needs to be detoxed safely and as comfortable as possible, and most good rehabs have Doctors and Psychologists and Nurses that can manage that process.
It's likely that the person has become physically or mentally dependent or addicted to drugs. They have probably tried multiple times to stop, but the cravings and dependency brings them back. So, just getting clean from drugs will not ensure someone stays off drugs. Counseling and therapy are important parts of a comprehensive treatment program, and a combination of daily group and private therapy are important, as is good nutrition, fitness and social activities.
We partner with www.lannarehab.com and they use all our tests and provide invaluable feedback and input into developing and using our test products on a daily basis.
This test detects IgG antibodies that develop in most patients within seven to 10 days after symptoms of COVID-19 begin. IgG antibodies remain in the blood after an infection has passed. These antibodies indicate that you may have had COVID-19 in the recent past and have developed antibodies that may protect you from future infection. It is unknown at this point how much protection antibodies might provide against reinfection.
This test detects IgM antibodies. IgM is usually the first antibody produced by the immune system when a virus attacks. A positive IgM test indicates that you may have been infected and that your immune system has started responding to the virus. When IgM is detected you may still be infected, or you may have recently recovered from a COVID-19 infection.