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Looking for the best family of home drug test kits for your family?

There’s only three tests approved by the FDA to be sold in pharmacies.

And the newest generation of tests is the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

The numbers don’t lie. One in 5 teens are abusing drugs.

Teensavers is the Total Solution to help parents!

A 1-panel test screens for marijuana

A 3-panel test screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methampthetamine

A 5-panel test screens for the previous 3 plus opiates and oxycodone.

A 7-panel test screens for the previous 5 drugs of abuse plus benzodiazepines and ecstasy.

A 12 panel, the most comprehensive test, screen for the previous 7 plus PCP, Amphetamines, Barbiturates. Methadone, and Tricyclic Anti-depressants.

CLICK HERE to visit the Teensavers Home Page.

 

Teensavers is running its’ latest commercial across the country, and it is hoping millions of parents get the message.

If you haven’t seen it on your television screen at home, you can watch it here.

The Teensavers family of home drug test kits screens from 1 to 12 drugs.

A 1-panel drug test screens for marijuana

A 3-panel drug test screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetmine

A 5-panel drug test screens for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, and oxycodone.

A 7-panel drug test screens ofr marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, oxycodone, benzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

A 12-panel home drug test kit screens the above drugs plus PCP, amphetamines, TCAs, Methadone, and Barbiturates.

You can buy the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit in Rite Aid stores, as well as Health Mart, Hy-Vee and independent pharmacies. You can also find it online at Walgreens.com, CVS.com, Drugstore.com, and Amazon.com.

Here is the Teensavers commercial:

The latest generation of home drug test kits approved by the FDA, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, is available through CVS Pharmacy’s online store.

**The Entire Teensavers family of drug test kits are 20% off on CVS.com. Click the link below to the test that’s right for your family.**

The Teensavers 1-panel test screens for marijuana

The Teensavers 3-panel test screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine

The Teensavers 5-panel screens for the above 3 drugs plus opiates and oxycodone.

The Teensavers 7-panel screens for the above 5 drugs plus benzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

The Teensavers 12-panel screens for the above 7 drugs plus PCP, Methadone, Barbiturates, Amphetamines, and Tricyclic Antidepressants.

A great team to help keep your family healthy. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit and CVS Pharmacy.

The Teensavers team wanted to alert parents about something that is very common, that had devastating consequences.

What could have been a harmless night of fun between five friends, has torn apart a community.

In a follow up to a story we brought you yesterday from East Grand Forks, Minnesota, Authorities there was investigating the death of a 17-year old.

Turns out he died from ingesting synthetic drugs.

Wednesday, Polk County prosecutors charged Adam Taft Budge, an 18-year-old from East Grand Forks, with murder in the third degree, second degree manslaughter, selling a controlled substance to a juvenile and selling a controlled substance.

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According to the Grand Forks Herald, Budge originally planned to buy marijuana for a night of fun with his friends when he went to visit his dealer recently.

He ended up paying $100 for white powder, he claims he was told was an extract of hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Police say the powder took the life of Budge’s friend Elijah Stai.

The paper cites witnesses telling police that Stai was “shaking, growling, foaming at the mouth” and he “started to smash his head against the ground,” acting as if “possessed.”

Budge apparently dismissed the actions as a “bad trip.”

Stai passed out and once hospitalized, never awoke.

These next details are alarming and should be considered by parents thinking that their children would never do drugs.

Budge, Stai and another young man were at Budge’s home where they were mixing the white powder with chocolate. Budge’s father was home. The boys ate the chocolate at the house and went to pick up two girls.

The elder Budge notified Stai’s mother that the five kids were at the Budge home and that the kids were fine.

Shortly after, Stai was in the middle of his illness. The younger Budge called his father to tell him that Stai was on a “bad trip” and needed a place to come down.

Stai’s mother came to pick up the girls and left Stai there to sleep it off. The elder Budge checked on Stai, who found him catatonic and began looking for symptoms of a mushroom overdose. Figuring the sickness wasn’t fatal, the father still wanted to take Stai to the hospital. The son apparently urged the father to let him sleep it off.

Around 1:30AM, Stai was not breathing.

Forensic experts identified the substance as psychedelic substance was indeed “25i-NBMOe,” otherwise known as 2C-I.

It is shocking that it appears that both parents knew of Stai’s drug ingestion and subsequent sickness, but like many teenagers do, hope that time will be the best medicine.

Parents need to talk with their kids about the hypothetical situation where a friend or loved one appears sick and under the influence of drugs.

Who knows if immediately taking Stai to the hospital could have saved his life. He would have been around medical experts who could have stabilized his condition, if not treated it.

And the fact that these boys made this deadly concoction in the kitchen with the family home at the time, like it was no big deal.

We highly doubt that the elder Budge knew what the boys were cooking up, but could more questions have been asked? Possibly.

This tragedy tore apart two families. And despite the fact that the parents of Budge and Stai were both communicating, they still weren’t able to save the younger Stai’s life.

Our hearts go out to both families. These were good friends whose lives were both destroyed by a disgusting substance.

They were homeless and hooked on heroin, and at ages 17 and 18, they were begging for help.

YOU CAN’T SMELL FOR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. USING YOUR NOSE TO TRY TO DETECT DRUG USE IS LIKE SWIMMING ON A BICYCLE. THE TEENSAVERS HOME DRUG TEST KIT CAN DETECT PAINKILLERS. IF YOUR TEEN IS USING BENZODIAZEPINES, BARBITURATES, ANTIDEPRESSANTS, OPIATES, AND OXYCODONE. AMPHETAMINES, AND METHAMPHETAMINES, THE TEST WILL DETECT IT. CLICK HERE FOR A DIRECT LINK FROM YOUR FAVORITE RETAILER.

The Denver Post has a story this morning about two brothers who were tired of living lives as heroin addicts. They took the typical path of most younger heroin abusers. They had an addiction to painkillers. They had legitimate injuries which provided them the painkillers, but shortly after, the McCorkle brothers were abusing as many as 50 pills a day each.

The article points out the crossover many opiate addicts make. They typically pay $5 or more a pill. At 50 a day, they were looking at a $250 a day habit. Heroin costs about $65 a day.

When addicts can’t steal it or beg for it for free, they have to pay for it. And they will turn to anything that gets them high for less money. It’s a vicious path for painkiller addicts.

Parents need to read their story. It’s a great lesson on how this works. At one point these boys loved their outdoor activities and were living the clean life. But then they took that downward spiral.

Luckily they realized they were at rock bottom. And they did something about it.

Read more of their story by clicking HERE.

We are reaching out to our readers, followers, and friends. In the days of the Like button, retweets, and forwarding to our friends, we could use a helping hand.

We put this information out because of our determination to keep kids and their families drug-free. Teensavers founder Steve Stahovich has a long history of performing interventions and treating families and patients across the globe.

His mission is to eliminate the pain for families similar to the pain he caused his family as an addict. Steve battled addiction before getting help. Once clean, he set a new goal of helping people. He spent years running the largest treatment center in the country. There, he consulted families about the drug addict in their lives. Many times, they asked him how they could have prevented these teen addictions.

Steve created the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit to help families privately address their suspicions. The test is a tool that can be used in the home, and just having the box on the counter can make kids think twice about ever trying drugs.

Steve’s drive isn’t to get rich selling drug tests. His purpose is to educate families about what lurks in their schools and communities. Too many parents are naive about the drug cultures around their kids. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits don’t test for bath salts, but again, it’s not about the almighty dollar. He is insistent that we alert parents about these toxic chemicals that can kill our kids on the first try.

He is passionate about the surging prescription abuse problem. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit has comprehensive screens for opiates, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, and Oxycodone.

We appreciate the followers and the friends who like our posts, and both support and interact with us on our Facebook page. We are hoping that if you find our information useful, that you take the time to leave us a comment, like our postings, and like our Facebook page.   We also appreciate that you spread the word on your blog, facebook page, or favorite social media tool about us.

Click on the big blue button here to take you to our page. We appreciate every single person that supports a drug-free world. And if you need a home drug test kit for someone in your family, click HERE:

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The product you need to ensure that your teen is drug-free can be found at Walgreens.com.   Just click on the picture, and you will get directed to the mosted trusted and reliable pharmacy in the nation.    You can trust the partnership between Walgreen’s online unit and the Teensavers Team.    The most popular home drug test, the Teensavers 12-panel, is on sale currently for $34.99.

Make the best choice for your family.   When looking for a home drug test, look for more than a preliminary positive or negative.   Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits go beyond results.   It’s a total solution in the box, including 24/7 help for parents needing a guiding hand.

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Parents looking for a home drug test can find one right here, if they are worried or embarrassed about walking into the store and picking up the product.

A Teensavers Home Drug Test kit screens for marijuana, cocaine, PCP, opiates, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methodone, oxydocone, amphetamines, methamphetamine, trcicyclic antidepressants, and ecstasy.   Click the link above the box to see our specials.

 

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