Home drug test needed for your teen?
Unfortunately, many teenagers and young adults end up taking drugs and becoming addicted to the substances. Because of this, many families resort to administering a home drug test on their child or teenagers in order to try and keep them from partaking in some form of drug use or abuse. A home drug test can be purchased online and at some drug stores, and are often quite reliable. However, it must be known to parents or the people administering the drug test that these test are sometimes inaccurate and sometimes result in more positive results than what is accurate. Because of this, if the person administering the home drug test sees a positive test result, they should have the person taking the home drug test take another test to validate the results.
The home drug test comes in a variety of testing options, the most common being in the form of a bodily fluid. This usually means taking a sample of urine, saliva, or even blood and testing these samples on a paper form. The home drug test has become quite advanced and can test for drugs such as cannabinoids, which are marijuana and hashish; cocaine, which contains benzoylecognine and cocaethylene; amphetamines,opiates, and phencyclidine. The great thing about the home drug test testing for so many different products is that they can help many different types of people recover and treat different illnesses.
While a home drug test is very convenient for many families, there are other types of drug testing that are more accurate and used more often in the professional settings such as work and government. The two most commonly used drug test other than the home drug test is the urine test and the hair test. These tests are done at labs and the results take a longer time to get, but ultimately provide the best and most accurate results.
Disclaimer: Cliff Schaffer does not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.