If you need to pass a drug test, please start on our main
page. From there,
the site will navigate you into a detoxification solution that best fits
your testing situation. Below is some additional information to help you on
the day of your screening.
Tip #1 Do not eat any type of bagels or rolls with poppy seeds. Poppy seeds have been known to make you test positive for
opiates (Heroin). This is called a false positive (when something you have consumed shows up as an illegal drug in
a test). Even if you are not a heroin user, you do not want to have to take the test again if a false positive shows up.
Tip #2 Try to schedule your test sometime in the afternoon or evening. Most toxins build up overnight.
Tip #3 If you have to take your test in the morning, make sure it is not the first time you are urinating
that day. As mentioned before, toxins build up in the body as you sleep, and the first sample in the
morning has the most toxins in it.
Tip #4 When taking your sample, only use a mid-stream sample. Never use the first or last part of the urine
stream, as these parts contains the most toxins. You should urinate into the toilet, then into the cup,
then into the toilet again.
Tip #5 If you have been drinking a lot of fluids before your test, make sure to take a multi-vitamin a few hours
before the test. Labs become suspicious of very clear looking urine. A multi-vitamin will add a yellow color
to your urine, and make your sample appear like you have not been trying to flush anything out of your body.
Tip #6 If you should test positive on a Immunoassay urine test,
demand confirmation by a more sophisticated method. These tests are so
unreliable, the results are not even admissible in a court of law. They
are wrong 25% of the time. The labs won't admit this and your employer
or pending employer are going to believe the testing facility. To make
matters worse, you are probably being tested by a lab that put in the lowest
bid and does not have to meet any particular guidelines. This is what
you are up against. Don't be afraid to challenge the test results!
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