We have talked many times about parents relying on the smell test at the end of a Friday or Saturday night.
They encounter their teen as their teen comes home around curfew, and they engage them in a small conversation, give them a hug and a kiss, and say good night.
What they’ve also been doing during that brief minute or two exchange is sniff, sniff, sniff.
Parents believe that the easiest thing to do at the end of the night is to give their teen a look over, and then see if they can detect any smell of cigarettes, alcohol, or drugs.
But sometimes the nose won’t detect any odor, but instinct is telling parents that something isn’t right.
In the world of drug use and detection, the “break glass in case of emergency” tool is the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.
The Teensavers kit is the next level of detection.
Instinct can be a big factor for parents. Their teen may not be stumbling around or incoherent, but there’s enough there to suspect that something isn’t quite right.
Within three minutes you will have your answer.
1 panel tests screen for marijuana (THC)
3 panel tests screen for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine
5 panel tests screen for the above three plus opiates and oxycodone
7 panel tests screen for the previous 5 plus benzodiazepines and ecstasy
12 panel tests screen for the previous 7 plus amphetamines, barbiturates, methadone, PCP, and tricyclic antidepressants.