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Tis the season to be shopping.

Walgreens.com is offering the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit at a discounted price, and now may be the best time to pick up a drug test for your teen.

Buying a drug test doesn’t mean that you ever have to use it.

But having one on hand may be a determining factor if your teen ever tries drugs. Having a Teensavers Kit at home arms parents with knowledge and kids with an excuse.

Parents empower their teens to say “I can’t try drugs. My parents drug test me.”

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We recommend a 7-panel for families as it is the best arrangement of drug screens based on treatment trends.

The 7-panel incorporates the best combination of illicit drugs and prescription drugs being abused by teens.

Whether their habit is just pot, or has ballooned into harder drugs like cocaine, meth, or ecstasy, or they are abusing prescription drugs thinking they are “legal medicines,” you are covered.

The nation is seeing a spike in prescription drug overdoses, and heroin use is exploding because opiate addicts are running out of pills and the money to pay for them.

With marijuana now legal in two states, kids have more access to marijuana.

Various news outlets in television and radio have picked up the story about small private companies offering drug detecting dog services at home.

The best tool goes beyond k9 searches. Teensavers 12 panel home drug test is the most comprehensive test for families.

And while drug dogs are very effective at discovering drugs in a home, they can’t provide parents with the answer they really want to know. Which drugs are their child abusing?

Kids may buy an amount of marijuana, and only use a small amount of the stash each time.

But if they are buying other drugs, they typically buy and use them instantly.

With Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits, you know if your child has been using painkiller, ecstasy, cocaine, methamphetamine, or another illicit drug.

Sure, when pressed, your teen may admit to using marijuana, and will gladly cough up some of his bag.

But he’s not going to tell you that he’s been raiding the medicine cabinet, or that he has a big designer drug habit.

Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits can bring your results beyond the bark of a drug detecting dog.

People often ask which store they can buy the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits.

The 3-panel test which screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine is available at all Rite Aid, Jewel-Osco, and Albertson’s stores.

Many Health Mart pharmacies carry the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits, and each test 1,3,5,7, and 12 can be ordered directly from the pharmacist to be delivered in store within a day.

Buyers have a lot of affordable, reliable, and private options online shopping.

CVS.com sells the complete line of Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits.

Walgreens.com also carries the complete line, as does Drugstore.com.

And if you are a loyal Amazon.com customer, you can find the entire family of Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits on that shopping portal.

If you ever have any questions regarding the contents, or how to use the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, you can email the Teensavers team at support@myteensavers.com

Adderall has been a big helper to people coping with ADHD.  This includes children diagnosed with the condition.

But adderall is also one drug that is frequently misused by people of all ages.

The Seattle Times’ Larry Stone takes a look at how it is popular in professional sports as a performance enhancer.

Teens also abuse it as a study enhancer.

In a recent anti drug coalition meeting in Orange County, California, several teens were in attendance.

They were asked about kids using adderall and other so called “study drugs.”

Several admitted that they know of use on campus by their peers.

Moms and dads have an ally against drug abuse. Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits detect adderall and other amphetamines that

We used to see an explosion of this in college, as students were trying to keep up between midterms and papers.

But high schoolers are now looking for that competitive edge, as they know they kid sitting in the desk across the aisle could be gunning for the spot at their preferred college.

Most parents don’t realize that a drug like adderall needs to be monitored for when it comes to trying to prevent or detect teen drug use.

Too many parents focus on their nose as the detection agent for marijuana and alcohol.

But many popular drugs of abuse can’t be smelled by the nose.

Parents also cannot be naive to think that because their student is a straight A student or takes AP classes that they are drug free.

There are many kids with a 4.0 GPA that have overdosed on drugs.

If you’re a parent of a teen who is prescribed adderall by the family doctor, make sure they take their dosage as recommended.

That means despite the fact that Johnny or Mary are now 17 and 18 years old, you know how many pills are in the bottle at all times, and you watch them take it.

Kids with prescriptions can take it haphazardly, trying to get by without it at times, so that they can abuse it later.

Many kids sell or trade their medications for money and/or other drugs.

If you are a parent and you see your child acting a little strange come finals time, don’t just immediately assume it to be stress related.

There may be other factors involved.

America’s Parenting Coach, Tim Chapman, says that more kids are abusing study drugs because they are just trying to keep up with the other guy. He says it’s akin to athletes doping to keep up with competitors.

It’s a reminder that the drug debate, needs to include substances like study helpers, relaxers, and sleeping aids.

If you didn’t catch last night’s Intervention, it was about a mother who had a severe meth and Oxycontin habit.

Detect Oxycontin use in a 3-minute affordable, reliable, and private Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

And the person she got her drugs from was typically her brother.

While many users may experiment with drugs for the first time with a sibling or loved one, most typically do not continue buying from their siblings.

This is important for parents to look for and recognize especially when they discover that an eldest child of theirs has experimented with drugs.

Sometimes it will completely turn the younger siblings away, and sometimes it may make drug use more attractive or less dangerous to those kids.

If they see that brother or sister is using, and they are carrying on a seemingly normal and functioning life, they may perceive reduced risks with using drugs.

Oftentimes even while using together, sibling will hide their actual drug use, and only admit to a lesser usage.

If you haven’t watched A&E’s Intervention, it’s a powerful show.   It’s worth hiting the DVR record button.

There are a lot of patients with severe alcohol problems. Parents can learn from the interventionist just how significant of a role they play in enabling a young drinker or drug abuser.

You can see the Huffington Post’s recap on Intervention, including a video clip, by clicking HERE.

Some school districts are unified in stopping teen drug use, and do what they can to make sure drugs are not on campus.

Others simply ignore the issue, hoping that a zero tolerance policy will just deter kids altogether.

In a Boston suburb, a teacher’s aide is facing charges for allegedly supplying several students with alcohol and marijuana.

According to the Boston Globe, the aide at Maynard High, Jennifer Olsen, is involved in cases that resulted in four counts of procuring alcohol for minors and two counts of using marijuana in school zones.

This type of case is not a rarity. We’ve seen teachers across the country arrested for supplying teens marijuana, and we’ve seen school administrators and coaches investigated for providing students access to drugs.

Most school districts take alcohol and drug use serious.

Some have roving officers on campuses. Some districts have locker searchers with drug-sniffing k9 officers. Others conduct random drug testing.

But those measures will not always catch teen drug use.

Teens begin to learn the system. For example, some school districts will have random testing each month, picking a certain number of students to test.

Those students know once that testing period occurs, that there is a window of opportunity to do drugs before the next round of testing. Even a gap of three weeks is enough to experiment with drugs one or two times and have a clean system.

For the schools that don’t have these measures in place, there’s little enforcement.

In either situation, parents of students need to be vigilant at home.

That means having anti-drug conversations, listening to their kids discussions with peers, and noticing for warning signs at home.

It also may including home drug testing. Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are reliable, confidential, and affordable. For as little as $16, parents can test their kids for popular drugs of abuse.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are not just a urine analysis cup. It’s a total solution for families, offering support before the test and after it with the Parent Support Guide and free 24/7 hotline.

Ordering has never been easier.

The Teensavers 3-panel test, which screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine is sold in Rite Aid stores across America.

The complete family of tests are sold online at Walgreens.com, CVS.com, Drugstore.com, and Amazon.com

Take a quick search online and you will see almost on a daily basis, a story about teens using pills, or parents reaching out after the child has died from pill abuse.

The stories and these victims have numerous things in common.

First and foremost, these are good kids. Many are excellent students. A good portion of them are involved in their community. Some are standout athletes.

They also made one mistake; experimenting with pills.

The first one may have come from a friend, but chances are they came from the family medicine cabinet.

And from where the first one came, the second, third, and fourth pills followed.

Then as those cheap and easy supplies diminish, the kids have to be crafty to find their next high.

Opiates and Benzodiazepines are very addictive. Experimenting with them can lead to addiction very quickly.

Some kids start trying to rummage through their friends’ parents’ medicine cabinets.

Others begin to buy pills.

Kids will go to great lengths to continue the pill use, and if they don’t have a lot of cash, they could resort to trading items they do have for pills.

A kid who has 40-50 xBox games, can easily trade one for a pill, especially if he’s tired of the game, or decides that he needs that pill badly enough.

Kids will also trade electronics, skateboards, shoes, and clothes to stop the interruption in the flow of pills.

Ultimately, most kids cannot keep up. So they turn to heroin.

Long feared as that evil and dangerous drug, the biggest stigma about ever experimenting with heroin was the needle factor.

Most kids do not want to mess around with needles. Most long time adult users don’t even like using the needles.

But at this point, their need for the opiates is a MUST.

Heroin can be taken without a needle. Users can smoke it.

And at $12 a balloon on the street, heroin becomes far more attractive to the addict who has been trying to piecemeal his way to an Oxycontin here or a Percocet there at $25-$40 a pill.

As one law enforcement officer says, a balloon of heroin costs less than the price of the balloon, and for kids who are hooked on opiates, they enjoy it a whole lot more.

The good night kiss test, or the sniff test no longer works when kids come home at curfew.

Unlike smelling for marijuana and alcohol, your nose can’t detect opiates.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit can.

With treatment trends in mind, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit can detect a wide variety of pill use.

And for parents who do not know much about home drug tests, the Teensavers kit goes well beyond the science of a positive and negative result.

Cheap or free tests online leave you searching and PAYING for a laboratory to process your positive sample.

One of the most uncomfortable feelings after seeing a preliminary positive result show up on a test you just gave your teen is figuring out what to do next.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit comes with free lab confirmation — a confidential GC/MS screening of your samples to give you specific scientific confirmation of what is in your loved one’s system.

And to get you through the confusion, fright, and uncertainty Teensavers has a 24/7 hotline for parents to ask questions like

-What’s this pill I found?

-Why is there foil and residue in my child’s jacket?

-What does one line, or a faint line mean on the test, versus two solid lines?

-How can I talk to my teen?

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit also includes a Parental Support Guide, written by America’s Parenting Coach, Tim Chapman.

It offers parents not only an education about drugs, and recognizing the signs, but emotional support on connecting with your teen when it comes to drug conversations.

Our children are precious, and the nose doesn’t always know.

Teensavers not only detects the drug use, but can help deter use.

Set the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit on the counter and it tells your children “we care about your health.”

It empowers them to tell their friends, “I can’t try drugs. My parents test me.”

It helps them fight off that peer pressure.

You can take an interactive tour of the Teensavers website, including a 360 degree tour of the kit and its’ contents by clicking HERE.

There are plenty of examples of adolescents talking about  drug use on the internet.

Parents just need to look for it.

Case in point:

This is a question from Yahoo Answers.

Is the person asking this question really 11 years old?

Since it’s anonymous, there’s probably a good chance that this poster is not lying about their age?

But parents we talk with have a hard time considering that their pre-teens could be using at such young ages.

“We see children of all ages using illicit drugs. There’s no magical age number when kids start trying. We see kids starting to use at younger ages, and they are showing a willingness to to expand their drug use from alcohol and marijuana,” says America‘s Parenting Coach Tim Chapman.

Most parents would guess that they wouldn’t have to worry about alcohol and drugs with their kids until those kids are 16 or 17.

But SAMHSA studies show that on average, 6,000 kids try drugs for the first time every day. Some of those are as young as 8-years-old.

Twitter is another popular place where kids speak openly about drugs.

Chapman says parents should monitor their kids’ online activity to see the warning signs. “They put it out there, because they think nobody is paying attention. But you can learn a lot from not only knowing your child’s activities, but their friends’ activity online as well.”

Teensavers home drug test kits are a weapon that parents can use to not only detect adolescent drug use, but deter it.

Chapman says most parents aren’t even aware that lab accurate home drug testing exists.

“Parents will ask me, “should I test my teen?” and I tell them absolutely”

For information on Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits, click HERE.

Should I drug test my teen?

Are you a parent that you have either asked your spouse or youself?

 Unfortunately, many parents don’t have much information on home drug test kits made for families.

Thankfully, Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits were created, with the latest science, free lab confirmation, and a total solution for families that includes 24/7 free support.

The best home drug kit for families is the 7-panel test which screens for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, oxycodone, benzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

Not familiar with each of these drugs?

There is a complete breakdown of the drugs detected in the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit on the Kit’s website WWW.MYTEENSAVERS.COM.

Beware of cheap or free tests on the internet.

Nearly all of them:

–Are not FDA approved for OTC sales in retail chains (they say FDA cleared, but they are cleared for use by technicians)

–Do not have Lab Accuracy (who knows if their levels are right. What does that mean for parents? FALSE POSITIVES)

–Do not offer free lab confirmation (Sure the test is free. But then when you get that positive and you’re scared, you are referred to a lab that can cost between $40 and $100!)

–Do not offer support with the test (Sure there is an instruction guide, maybe, but do they have a Parental Support Guide like the Teensavers Kits?)

–Do not offer 24/7 support (Their hotline is recorded with a 2-3 day turnaround, if they even respond)

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are the number 1 brand recommended by Addiction Specialists and the winner of the Parent Tested, Parent Approved award.

The Teensavers Team was in San Diego, California this weekend, at the beautiful Del Mar Fairgrounds talking with parents about the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

Thousands of parents streamed through the San Diego Kids Fair and Expo Saturday and Sunday.

America’ Parenting Coach, Tim Chapman spoke before a packed audience, and discussed adolescent behavior and substance abuse issues.

Many parents had questions about their kids, ranging from an uninspired 20 year old adult pot smoker, to a 11 year old who appears to be using narcotics.

Families were given free drug tests, and they were also given a a copy of Chapman’s book on parenting.

Parents asked about the Teensavers accuracy, which drugs are tested, and how the Teensavers program provides more than just a positive or negative result.

To learn more about the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, click HERE.

To learn more about America’s Parenting Coach, and his treatment programs, click HERE.