A family of designer drugs, known by their street name as “bath salts,” contain substituted cathinones, which produce an effect similar to amphetamine or cocaine. The white crystals resemble legal bathing products like epsom salts, and are called bath salts and are often labeled as “not for human consumption” in an attempt to avoid prohibition.
Once your donor has provided a specimen, our instant drug test begins to test the specimen immediately. The results are ready in just seconds and can be viewed by simply peeling back the results label. Our test also checks for adulteration to prevent tampering.
Hair testing for drugs of abuse is the only drug testing method available that provides up to a 90-day drug use history. When compared with urine testing, hair testing provides nearly twice the number of positives due to its longer detection window.
Synthetic cannabis, also known as K2 or Spice, is a psychoactive designer drug developed from natural herbs and synthetic chemicals that simulate the pleasurable effects of cannabis. There is controversy about calling Spice and K2 synthetic cannabis because the ingredients contained in these products are mimics, not duplicates of THC.
Companies not regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) who still want to conduct drug testing, or companies who need a more comprehensive drug testing program will benefit from a non-DOT drug testing program.
Drug abuse not only interferes with a student’s ability to learn, but it can also disrupt the teaching environment, affecting other students as well. Drug testing is one of several tools that schools can use as part of a comprehensive drug prevention effort.
The testing of employees who are chosen on a “neutral-selection” basis without advance notice. Random testing also includes the testing of all employees in a company (or a particular division of the company) when the date and time of the testing are unannounced and randomly selected.