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Dealing with Urinalysis on Short Notice
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If you’ve been assigned a drug screening on short notice, the thought of it can invoke panic. Drug-testing technology has advanced such that it’s practically impossible to fake a test. A clean urine sample is all you need for a negative result and to land your dream job. A urine test is unsettling because evidence of marijuana use can be detected anywhere from a few days to a month or more after your last dose, depending on how frequently you use it.1 Although urine tests aren’t always 100% accurate, excuses won’t help. One reason is that laboratories typically follow standard procedures which include an immunoassay test to screen samples, a gas chromatograph mass spectrometer to confirm positive results, and a… Read More
Drug Testing Methods & Timelines for the Top 8 Most Abused Drugs
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The top 8 most abused drugs can remain in the body for varying periods of time, depending on several factors such as: When the drugs were last consumed The volume of drugs taken Whether you took multiple drugs at the same time The frequency of use Your weight, age, metabolism level, and amount of body fat While some drugs, like alcohol and prescription benzodiazepines, are legal, or legalized, as recreational marijuana is in certain states, it does not mean your employer won’t still require you to submit to drug testing in the workplace. What Drug Tests Are Used to Detect Drugs? Several different drug tests can detect the presence of drugs in the body. The length of time the drugs… Read More
What to Know About Urine Drug Screening (Infographic)
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Urine drug screenings are used for a variety of purposes, from employment and sports to rehabilitation and medicine. Urine tests offer an effective way to screen for various drugs and substances, including: Marijuana Heroin Opioids Cocaine PCP MDMA Alcohol Amphetamines and More The detection of these substances will depend on when they were last used, how often they are used, the type of urine test, and other such factors. In some cases, a drug could remain detectable in urine for 30 days or longer. Currently, there are two different urine drug screening tests. The Immunoassay test is the faster of the two but is not 100% accurate. The Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry test is more reliable but takes longer to get… Read More
Athletes and Drug Testing
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The use of performance-enhancing drugs among athletes has always been a concern. Their use can be traced to the ancient Olympic Games when the pressure to succeed was just as strong as today. Drug testing is also a controversial matter. Those who ask “Should athletes be drug tested?” cite the right to privacy, due process protections, and other constitutional issues—but the analysis of urine, hair, or blood samples drawn from high school, college, and professional athletes remains a common practice. Drug testing programs are managed in various ways. Mandatory drug testing for athletes is often required for those in interscholastic programs. Some schools require only voluntary testing or do so upon reasonable suspicion, while others use random testing as a… Read More
How Long Does THC Stay in Your System?
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If you partake in marijuana occasionally, you should know that the THC can linger in your system. How long it remains in your body depends on several factors. The biggest factor is your physique. Your age, gender, and even your BMI can determine how long the THC will stay in your body. However, it's not all about you—the type of marijuana you use can also play a part in how long its THC remains in your system. To make matters even more complicated, THC stays in different parts of your body for different lengths of time. Usually, this is only a couple of days, but tests have revealed that some parts of your body can still have traces of THC… Read More
Drug Testing Myths: Will Drinking Water Help a Person Pass a Drug Test?
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Despite the growing acceptance of marijuana across North America and abroad, more and more American companies are electing to screen their employees with mandatory drug testing. For many ordinary people, this means a lot of hassle. Most businesses won’t tell you exactly what they’re testing for and in what amounts, leaving their staff in a constant state of anxiety and confusion, even if they’re only a one-time user. As a result of this confusion, many myths have surfaced about what exactly will show up in a test—and how to beat it. Here, we’ll examine one of those common myths about passing a drug test—that drinking excessive amounts of water beforehand will beat the system. Does it actually work? We’ll also… Read More
Synthetic Urine and Its Everyday Uses
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Synthetic Urine and Its Everyday Uses Infographic
Human urine contains a mixture of urea, uric acid, sulfates, creatinine, and other compounds. Researchers have created synthetic urine in laboratories, which is indistinguishable from the real thing. Used in scientific research, synthetic urine has been applied to product testing and in alternative medicine. It’s even been used as a garden fertilizer. Now, synthesized urine is used by many to pass workplace or law enforcement drug tests, especially by individuals who use recreational marijuana, which can remain in the body for weeks. In the graphic below, learn what synthetic urine is and how to use it properly (with details on dilution and achieving the right temperature) to pass a drug test without anyone knowing the truth. Read More
Why Are States Banning Synthetic Urine?
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While synthetic urine is still legal in most states, some are instituting a synthetic urine ban in an effort to prevent its use for passing drug tests. This exact chemical replica of human urine is so indistinguishable from the real thing that drug-testing labs may be unable to tell the difference. The motivation behind the ban is identified as public safety, with the assumption that truck drivers and heavy machinery operators may pose a risk if they avoid random drug testing. While the practice of random employee drug testing is of questionable value in preventing drug use on the job, easy access to synthetic urine further reduces its perceived value and cost-effectiveness. What States Are Banning Synthetic Urine? At least… Read More
Detox Drinks and Shampoos for Passing a Drug Test
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The percentage of positive workplace drug test results in the U.S. has been consistently increasing year after year. In fact, at 4.2%, positive drug tests have recently hit their highest rate in nearly 15 years. With the legalization of marijuana in several states, positive drug tests saw an impressive increase of 75% in a short five-year period. If your employer responds to these increases by testing more aggressively, it's important you know how different detoxing options can help you protect your privacy. For a urine test, our drinkable detox products provide fast, undetectable protection. Rescue Cleanse (16 oz. for those under 200 lbs. and 32 oz. for those 200 lbs. and over) prevents fat burning and holds toxins for up… Read More
Is It Legal for Schools to Drug Test Their Students?
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Although there have been no changes in federal legal perspectives since 2002, drug testing in schools is on the rise.1 Students and parents alike are concerned about this trend, and this growing confusion about the rights of students who fail to pass a drug test allows this questionable practice to continue. If you or a student you know is facing drug testing in school, it is important to understand the legal factors involved and the strategies available to avoid the embarrassment, social stigma, and legal consequences associated with failing a random drug test. Let's delve into the legality of school drug testing vs. students’ constitutional rights. Student Drug Testing Defined There are two types of drug testing that take place… Read More