In the ever-changing legal landscape, the Court of Cassation in 2023 made a crucial decision regarding the presence of THC, even at minimal levels, in CBD products, which is considered legal.
This decision has sparked renewed interest in methods for detecting toxicants and their main metabolites in saliva. It is in this context that the immunochromatographic test has taken a leading role as a reliable and effective tool for the qualitative detection of substances such as cocaine (COC), amphetamine (AMP), methamphetamine (MTD), opiate (OPI), methamphetamine (MET), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and benzodiazepines (BZO).
The Drug Test: Quick and Simple
The immunochromatographic test stands out for its simplicity of use in just one step. In just three minutes, it provides precise results thanks to simplified reading. This device is designed to meet the needs of individuals and health professionals, offering a practical method of screening for toxicants in saliva.
Types of Drugs Detected
The immunochromatographic test is designed to detect several substances commonly looked for in screening tests. These substances include cocaine (COC), amphetamine (AMP), methamphetamine (MTD), opiate (OPI), methamphetamine (MET), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and benzodiazepines (BZO). This complete range of detection allows an in-depth assessment of the presence of toxicants in saliva.
How to use a THC Saliva Screening Test
To obtain reliable results, it is essential to correctly follow the instructions for using the saliva screening test. Before starting the test, it is important to refrain from eating, drinking, smoking or consuming any substances for at least ten minutes. This preparation time guarantees the accuracy of the results.
Here are the steps to follow to use a screening test:
- Open the foil packet and remove the test, taking care to remove the cap.
- Remove the green anonymization label to begin the screening process.
How to read the Results
A key feature of the immunochromatographic test is the simplicity of interpretation of the results. The colored band at the control area (C) acts as an internal indicator of the procedure.
Here's how to interpret the results:
- The test is considered NEGATIVE when two lines appear .
- The test is considered POSITIVE when no line appears or only a band is visible .
It is important to note that results should be read within two minutes of performing the test, and should not exceed a fifteen minute period for interpretation.
French Laboratory and Reliability of Results
A fundamental element to guarantee the accuracy of the results is the origin of the immunochromatographic test. Being manufactured in a renowned French laboratory, this device benefits from the strictest quality standards and careful design. This increases confidence in the results obtained and makes it a preferred choice for toxic screening.
- Do not ingest.
- This product should not be smoked.
- Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
- Do not leave this product within the reach of children.
- Sale prohibited to minors.
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Do not leave within reach of children.
Store it in a preferably cool and dry place.
This product is not a medicine and can in no way replace medical treatment. For more information contact your doctor.