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Drug detection test

The multi-drug detection Test is a self-test that examines urine for 5 commonly used types of drugs. It is easy and quick to apply.

20,00

Including VAT and shipping costs

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Delivery time 1 to 2 business days

4 in stock

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What is the drug test?

The multi-drug detection test detects methamphetamine (crystal meth), cocaine, amphetamine (speed), morphine and THC (marijuana / hashish). The simple self-test uses urine to detect drugs and provides a comprehensive result for the consumption of commonly consumed drugs.

 

For whom is the multi-drug test suitable?

Drug tests are increasingly being used to detect drug use. Companies use drug testing in application procedures. The judiciary and the police also use the tests for (traffic) control. With this drug test, anyone can check whether residues of 5 different types of drugs are still detectable in the body.

 

How does the multi-drug self-test work?

Using a urine sample, it is easy to see if methamphetamine, cocaine, amphetamine, morphine or THC are present in the urine. The speed and sensitivity of this test has made it the most widely accepted method to study urine for substance abuse.

 

Why should I do the drug test?

Drug use increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. It weakens the immune system and increases the risk of diseases and infections. Drug use carries many health risks, can cause acute health risks (such as unconsciousness or panic attacks) or long-term damage to health. Drugs can be very addictive. In addition, drug use can have serious environmental consequences, for example if a partner or children are involved, and causes social harm (harassment and crime). Drug use can also increase the risk of psychosis, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety.

Drug use can have very serious consequences; this self-test can prevent abuse.

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