Determine the type of test to be taken
Biologically there are only four ways or tests that can be used in tests for drugs: these tests include urine tests, saliva tests, hair tests and finally, blood tests. Some tests like the standard 5-panel tests for amphetamines, cannabinoids, cocaine, opiates, and phencyclidine. Certainly, there have been advancements in the way the tests are being conducted that has made it almost impossible to fake test but knowing the type of test to be taken can be helpful especially if there is a way the tests rests can be altered. Therefore, let’s go through tests methods alongside their drawbacks.
- Blood tests
According to the recent surveys by the CFC, blood tests are commonly used nowadays by many firms including the state. This form of test properly accounts for drugs in one body. once one’s blood has been obtained, it is tested for specific substances. Because of its nature, this test is possibly the hardest to pass as body fluids are tested there and then after which the results are obtained like immediately. Alternatively, you can take longer with the blood samples for about a day or two, and the results are likely to be negative.
- Urine tests
As the name suggests, the test is performed on the user’s urine. This method is perhaps the commonest method being used by many organizations. By virtue that one is given a small window upon which he/she should provide his/her urine, one can still alter the outcome of the test by introducing impurities into the urine sample for instances adding some salt in it. Alternatively, one can provide another person’s sample for testing provided you are not being watched.
- Saliva tests
Even though saliva tests are not common nowadays, it can also be used to determine the drug content in one’s body. In a place where urine and blood tests cannot be performed, then saliva test can be conducted, and the results are likely to be the same as those of other tests if correctly administered. It’s quite cumbersome to alter the outcomes of this tests but likely enough, it not commonly used these days. …