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It’s useless to buy and use a home drug test kit on your loved ones when you cannot trust the drug test kit’s accuracy.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is not only 99% accurate, but it is one of only four home drug test kits approved by the FDA for over-the-counter sales.

Here is why this is important?

-Ease of Use: The FDA only approves tests for OTC when those products give parents proper step by step instructions on how to administer the tests properly. Cheap tests found online or in dollar stores are messy and can be confusing to use, and confusing to read.

-Zero Tolerance Cutoff Levels: Cheap tests have drug levels that vary widely. Testing for drugs is difficult when the detection levels are so high, you’d have to be practically overdosing to register. For example, THC levels set by the government for testing are at 2,000 nanograms. Manufacturers are allowed a +/- 50% range, which means you could be testing your child for THC and the test you use is actually set at 3,000 nanograms. The Teensavers cutoff levels are the most strict. The cutoff level for THC in the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is 50 nanograms.

Accuracy: In addition to having very tolerant cutoff levels, imported home drug test kits can often give you a wide range of cutoff levels. Within the same batch, you might find THC levels ranging from cup to cup from 1,000 to 3,000. Each Teensavers Home Drug Test kit is 50 nanograms. There is no spectrum of tests. It’s correct science and the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is Made in America!

WHERE CAN I BUY TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KITS? CLICK HERE FOR LINKS TO RETAILERS. WE TAKE YOU RIGHT TO OUR PRODUCT PAGE FOR WALGREENS, CVS, DRUGSTORE.COM, and AMAZON.COM. WE ALSO HAVE A STORE LOCATOR FOR RITE AID.

-The Next Step Towards a Solution: Cheap tests don’t provide you with the next step if your son or daughter’s drug test shows a presumptive positive. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit includes a free lab confirmation kit. You know which opiates your teen test positive for. You know how high the nanogram count is for each specific drug. And it will help you understand the next step for your child.

Beware of products that you find for cheap on eBay from sellers who can’t answer your questions. Watch out for online sites with a large inventory of different tests and products. You often find the same products selling cheap drug tests, also sell masking agents for people to hide their drug use. Don’t dive in for the cheap test at your neighborhood discount chain or dollar store. Those products are often close to expiration and typically cheap imported products.

Buying and using a home drug test kit can be a difficult decision for families.

No family wants to see a preliminary positive result, but if they do get one, they know they have a chance of correcting the problem before it is too late.

What good is getting a false negative? You don’t want to think that your teen is drug-free when they are using semi-regularly. That’s the important of buying a reliable and accurate product like the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

Here are the cutoff levels and codes for drugs tested in a Teensavers 12-panel Home Drug Test Kit.

Marijuana (THC) 50 ng/mL

Cocaine (COC) 300 ng/mL

Amphetamine (AMP) 1000 ng/mL

Methamphetamine (MET) 1000 ng/mL

Opiates (OPI) 2000m ng/mL

PCP (PCP) 25 ng/mL

Barbiturates (BAR) 300 ng/mL

Benzodiazepines (BZO) 300 ng/mL

Methadone (MTD) 300ng/mL

Oxycodone (OXY) 100 ng/mL

Ecstasy (MDMA) 500 ng/mL

Tricyclic Antidepressants 1000 ng/mL

When you buy a home drug test kit, make sure you check the cutoff levels. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit cutoff levels are among the most strict on the market.

Zero tolerance means not “some drugs” in the system, but having “no drugs” in the system.

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When it comes to the health of your children, your family wants a home drug test kit you can trust.

After all, our kids mean everything to us.

The Teensavers is not only 99% accurate, but it is one of only four home drug test kits approved by the FDA for over-the-counter sales.

Why is this important?

-Ease of Use: The FDA only approves tests for OTC when those products give parents proper step by step instructions on how to administer the tests properly. Cheap tests found online or in dollar stores are messy and can be confusing to use, and confusing to read.

-Zero Tolerance Cutoff Levels: Cheap tests have drug levels that vary widely. Testing for drugs is difficult when the detection levels are so high, you’d have to be practically overdosing to register. For example, THC levels set by the government for testing are at 2,000 nanograms. Manufacturers are allowed a +/- 50% range, which means you could be testing your child for THC and the test you use is actually set at 3,000 nanograms. The Teensavers cutoff levels are the most strict. The cutoff level for THC in the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is 50 nanograms.

Accuracy: In addition to having very tolerant cutoff levels, imported home drug test kits can often give you a wide range of cutoff levels. Within the same batch, you might find THC levels ranging from cup to cup from 1,000 to 3,000. Each Teensavers Home Drug Test kit is 50 nanograms. There is no spectrum of tests. It’s correct science and the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is Made in America!

WHERE CAN I BUY TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KITS? CLICK HERE FOR LINKS TO RETAILERS. WE TAKE YOU RIGHT TO OUR PRODUCT PAGE FOR WALGREENS, CVS, DRUGSTORE.COM, and AMAZON.COM. WE ALSO HAVE A STORE LOCATOR FOR RITE AID.

-The Next Step Towards Finding a Solution: Cheap tests don’t provide you with the next step if your son or daughter’s drug test shows a presumptive positive. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit includes a free lab confirmation kit. You know which opiates your teen test positive for. You know how high the nanogram count is for each specific drug. And it will help you understand the next step for your child.

Beware of products that you find for cheap on eBay from sellers who can’t answer your questions. Watch out for online sites with a large inventory of different tests and products. You often find the same products selling cheap drug tests, also sell masking agents for people to hide their drug use. Don’t dive in for the cheap test at your neighborhood discount chain or dollar store. Those products are often close to expiration and typically cheap imported products.

Buying and using a home drug test kit can be a difficult decision for your family.

No family wants to see a preliminary positive result, but if they do get one, they know they have a chance of correcting the problem before it is too late. This is key!

What good is getting a false negative? You don’t want to think that your teen is drug-free when they are using semi-regularly. That’s the important of buying a reliable and accurate product like the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

Here are the cutoff levels and codes for drugs tested in a Teensavers 12-panel Home Drug Test Kit.

Marijuana (THC) 50 ng/mL

Cocaine (COC) 300 ng/mL

Amphetamine (AMP) 1000 ng/mL

Methamphetamine (MET) 1000 ng/mL

Opiates (OPI) 2000m ng/mL

PCP (PCP) 25 ng/mL

Barbiturates (BAR) 300 ng/mL

Benzodiazepines (BZO) 300 ng/mL

Methadone (MTD) 300ng/mL

Oxycodone (OXY) 100 ng/mL

Ecstasy (MDMA) 500 ng/mL

Tricyclic Antidepressants 1000 ng/mL

Oxycontin has been a widely abused drug for years, and while it helped millions deal with legitimate pain, many were abusing it.

It made headlines when Rush Limbaugh was found to have taken a liking to it.

Trying to take a new step towards safety, the manufacturers of the pill, Purdue Pharma, took steps to decrease the ability to abuse the drug.

Once able to be crushed into a liquid and injected, the compounds were made to turn gelatinous when crushed and placed into water.

Now, according to new research in the New England Journal of Medicine, more opiate addicts are skipping the oxycontin and seeking out heroin.

Researcher Theodore Cicero and his colleagues surveyed more than 2,500 painkiller addicts about their drug habits and found that there’s a shift in drug abuse.

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OxyContin’s status as the primary drug of choice among opiate users decreased from 35.6% of respondents before the introduction of the new formula to 12.8% nearly two years later.

But with that solution on the oxycontin abuse, came another problem. Thousands of users turning to heroin.

66% of the abusers surveyed said that they just switched to another opiate.

When once upon a time you had people abusing oxycontin, they weren’t dying from the abuse. But heroin use is one of the leading causes of overdoses.

Purdue Pharma, in a statement to the Chicago Tribune, says the trend found by Cicero and his colleagues is consistent with studies conducted by the company, and suggests that to curb painkiller abuse, other companies should follow its example.

“It is unreasonable to expect the reformulation of one medication by one pharmaceutical company would reduce overall opioid abuse,” the company said in a statement.

Looking for home drug test kits for your love ones at Rite Aid?

Look no further than the drug test that was made specifically for families.

Along with the latest science, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit helps parents with it’s comprehensive Parental Support Guide.

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The Parental Support Guide helps parents with the emotional aspects of home drug testing their children. The guide offers tips on the warning signs, how to approach your child about home drug testing, and what you need to know about the popular drugs in society today.

Rite Aid pharmacies and the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit are a life-saving combination.

The 3-panel test is available at all Rite Aid stores.

An apparent ecstasy related death of a jiu jitsu instructor in England has led to two more deaths.

But neither of the subsequent deaths a result of ecstasy use.

Roy Allison Sr. apparently decided he needed the man that he claimed was the drug dealer that sold his son Roy Jr. a fatal dose of ecstasy. “I believe it is right for me to rid this scum from the community,” he wrote in a letter to Peterborough Telegraph.

ECSTASY IS JUST ONE OF THE 12 DRUGS TESTED IN THE TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KIT. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE OTHER DRUGS SCREENED.

 

Detectives believe Allison Sr. stabbed Duncan Bell to death, then hung himself at the cemetery where his son was recently buried. Allison planned and carried out the murder, and documented the plan in a letter to the newspaper, police, and 13 other entities before killing himself.

Investigators still are not 100% sure that the younger Allison died of a drug overdose, and if he did, they haven’t identified the source of that drug.
But one relative tells the Daily Mail that Allison was an alcoholic and evil man.

Authorities say that the elder Allison never went to them with his belief or information that Bell may have supplied his son with ecstasy.

Since the so-called zombie attack in Florida last week people have been scouring the internet looking to read up on bath salts.

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The drugs, a chemical combination, disguised as everyday products, can be lethal.

What are bath salts: Here is a quick synopsis from WebMD:

Citing an “imminent threat to public safety,” the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made illegal the possession and sale of three of the chemicals commonly used to make bath salts — the synthetic stimulants mephedrone, MDPV, and methylone. The ban, issued in October 2011, is effective for at least a year. During that time, the agency will decide whether a permanent ban is warranted.

Of course, we know that the creators of these products continually change the chemical contents to get around the ban.

We also know that marking them “not intended for human consumption” is exactly what a drug seeker is looking for. It absolves the creators from responsibility, and it alerts drug users to their toxicity.

So since the attacks, every body has jumped online to read what bath salts are. Good, right? Well originally, it probably was a good thing, especially when it comes to parents who’ve never heard of these products. They are popular, and they are dangerous. And kids love them.

But now, it appears we’ve gone from an awareness period, to a period of curiosity. Are kids looking these things up because they want to feel those effects? We’ve seen new agencies from Fox News to Forbes cover the bath salts issue in the week since the face-eating attack.

But are clean teens or teens who smoke pot, now considering trying these hallucinogenic products?

The latest pieces of video making the rounds is a former addict who was featured on CNN. He not only described what using the products did to him, but CNN had footage of the guy mid-high, when he had nearly overdosed.

You can see that right HERE.

Bath salts are a serious problem. And the government has been unable to eliminate them from store shelves at gas stations and head shops.

Now that we’ve made nearly everyone in America aware of what they are, we need to come together to eliminate them, before kids start trying them.  They need to be eliminated, and not just a few hundred packs at a time.

 

Need a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit? Want to test a loved one for marijuana?

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Teensavers has repeatedly tried to alert parents to the growing trend of pill abuse.  Now two new surveys are reinforcing the message

DON’T GUESS WHETHER OR NOT YOUR TEEN HAS TRIED PILLS OR OTHER ILLICIT DRUGS. BRING HOME A TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KIT TO SHOW THEM YOU LOVE THEM AND YOU WANT TO HELP KEEP THEM DRUG FREE. CLICK HERE FOR A CUSTOMIZED TOUR OF THE TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KIT.

Today, a doctor interviewed by Reuters Health says, the rate at which teens are using prescription medications is an alarming trend.

New research shows two areas of concern. More kids are using pills, and kids are using earlier than previously thought.

These facts are not surprising as we’ve seen an explosion in prescription drug abuse and a rising number of deaths as a result.

Dr. Robert Fortuna, a pediatrician at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York confirms what Teensavers have been reminding parents; pills are the second most popular drug choice to marijuana.

One of the studies came from the Univiersity of Michigan researchers questioned teens about drugs and alcohol. The survey was made up of 7,400 high school seniors from 135 different schools in 2007 through 2009.

The results: 1 in 8 said they had used prescription painkillers for non-medical reasons, such as to get high or to relieve pain without a doctor’s oversight.

Teens who said they’d used the painkillers for non-medical purposes were more likely to smoke pot or cigarettes or to binge drink, compared with those who’d only taken the pills under a doctor’s supervision or not at all.

Where are they getting the pills? Some teens use what may have been prescribed to them before. Remember when your kid got his wisdom teeth pulled? Maybe that vicodin is still around. Or the pills come from other family members or friends.

Researchers found startling data that showed that these teens were not starting their pill habits in their senior year or afterwords, as previously thought. Instead, kids were using around the age of 16.

The best way to combat this use is to have frequent discussions with teens about drinking and drugs. A home drug test is also a big ally for parents.

The Teensavers Home Drug Tests are the newest generation of home drug tests on the market, are 99% accurate, and come with free support and free lab confirmation on all preliminary positives. Click on the test below to find a retailer that carries the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

Parents are naive.

Ask most addiction and treatment
specialists and they will tell you that one of the more well-used
phrases from parents of adolescents is, “It’s not child.”

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW IF YOUR TEEN IS USING DRUGS CLICK HERE.

A
CS Mott Children’s Hospital poll, released today, indicates that the
thinking still exists in a society of surging teen prescription drug
use, and stories of kids getting high or dying from synthetic marijuana
and synthetic ecstasy.

According to the study, which polled
parents of children ages 13-17, only 1/3 of the parents believe drugs
are problem for children, and 1/5 believe alcohol is a problem in the
community.

When it comes to whether or not THEIR kids is using,
10% of parents believe that their child has used alcohol in the last
year.   5% believe their child used marijuana in the same time period.

The
most recent usage information from the Monitoring the Future study
shows that those numbers are much higher.   52% of children say they
have used alcohol in the last year, and 28% have used marijuana.

These
parents are behind the times.   Alcohol and marijuana are everywhere.
Kids have it, sell it, and use it frequently.   They know this because
when asked how many kids use it.   They reported that 40% of OTHER kids
use marijuana and 60% or more of OTHER kids used alcohol.

They
believe that more kids are using than actually are, but in that inflated
number, they still can’t fathom that their child is among those users.

Parents need to wake up and realize that alcohol and drugs are a big part of the high school and even middle school cultures.

 

 

 

Oxycontin is powerful.   It’s a very strong narcotic when used legitimately and it is very glamorous to substance abusers.

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Fox News recently ran a story on the celebrity obsession with Oxycontin.   You can read about it by clicking HERE.

And  while many would think that this is obsession is just a popular crazy
for Hollywood’s rich and famous, it is not.    Teens are using and
becoming hooked on Oxycontin and other opiates at alarming rates.   They
scrape together money to buy these pills.   They might also borrow, and
ultimately steal their way to another Oxy.   And when they can’t afford
to pay the $25-$40 price per pill, they turn to heroin.

Heroin is
also a strong substance, but is much cheaper than Oxy and more readily
available.    Soon, those kids who were hooked on Oxycontin, are now
hooked on heroin.

It doesn’t take much for a teen to get
hooked on these medications.  They are not scared to try these pills.
And once they like this high, they come back for more.

Home
drug testing is a good way to keep your teen away from drugs.   Just
having a Teensavers home drug test around the house can help influence
your teen to say, “No. I can’t try that.  My parents drug test me.”
And using home drug tests can help ensure that they aren’t sneaking
medications into their system.    It is often difficult to detect when a
teen is using a pill.   Unlike marijuana or alcohol, there is no
smell.

Hollywood’s obsession with fashion certainly transcends
to the public.   They want to wear what Jennifer Aniston, Kim
Kardashian, or Justin Bieber are wearing.    Likewise, the public might
want to experience what Courtney Love, Heath Ledger, or Michael Jackson
once used.

Make sure your loved ones are drug free.   Consider using Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits.