Why Did We Include A Drug Test? Many people that are looking to detox permanently are concerned about detoxing from not only day to day medications, but often prescription drugs and drugs that society considers bad. Also, by taking a drug test at home one can confirm that any medications or drugs on concern have been eliminated by the detoxification program.
Let’s Face It. Most people on a detoxification program are most concerned with cleaning out various drugs and/or from their system. This might include prescription medications, recreational drugs and/or many non-prescription medications. Many illegal drugs are available in prescription medications. This is a subject that is much to complex for this article. AS you can see from the list of drugs below, many common prescription drugs contain components that are derived from drugs that are illegal to own.
The RU Clean is the top of the line detection device. the RU Clean can find all of the most common drugs in your system. It can also tell you there are not any of these drugs in your system.
- Marijuana (THC)
- Cocaine / Crack (COC)
- Opiates (OPI) | Heroin, Codeine
- Oxycodone (OXY) | Oxycodone, Vicodin, Oxycontin
- Amphetamines (AMP) | Ritalin, Dexedrine
- Methamphetamines (mAMP) | Crystal Meth
- Benzodiazepines (BZO) | Xanax, Valium
- Allow the test to reach room temperature prior to testing.
- Do not ingested any food, drink, gum or tobacco for 15 minutes prior to collection.
- Remove the cap and insert the absorbent wick under the donor’s tongue for 3-5 minutes
- A red line will appear next to the Control (C) region when the wick has absorbed sufficient Saliva Drug Test.
- Remove the device from your mouth.
- Place the cap back on and set the device on a flat level surface.
- Read results in 10 minutes. Results not valid if read after 1 hour.
- Pass – Two colored bands will appear, one in the control area (C) and one in the testing area (T). This negative (passing) result indicates that toxins are either absent or less than the detection level of the examination.
- Pass Marginal – Any faint line in the (T) could indicate that the toxin in the sample could be near the cut-off level for this Saliva Drug Test. However, any line in the (T), no matter how faint, should be interpreted as a negative (passing) result.
- Fail – Only one colored band appears in the (C) with no apparent band in the (T). This is a positive (failing) result. A positive (failing) result indicates that the toxin is present in the at or exceeding the detection level of the examination.
- Invalid – No band appears in the (C), or a band appears in the (T). An invalid result may be due to improper procedures or damage of the device. The RU Clean Test is inconclusive and your specimen should be repeated using a new RU Clean Test.
- Time Fault – If the Saliva Drug Test is left standing for longer than 10 minutes, the intensity of the colored lines may change and or for technical reasons, a faint line may appear in the (T) that should not be interpreted. No conclusion should be drawn from a Time Fault RU Clean Test