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Many parents consider home drug testing, but they have no idea what they are, how to use them, what they detect, or which brand to buy.
Home drug tests are either saliva, urine, or hair based.

You wouldn’t want to use a saliva problem, because one it wouldn’t detect marijuana at all, and two the government doesn’t consider them as a single effective means of testing. In fact the government advises a back up urine sample be taken when someone is using an oral test.

The the most common test on the market is a UA, urine immunoassay test. But not all tests are alike. There are MANY cheap products online and in discount stores. Only buy your drug test from a brick and mortar pharmacy/supermarket like Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreen, Target, Walmart, Albertsons, Savon, or online from one of those retailer’s online pharmacies. Drugstore.com is an excellent choice as are CVS.com and Walgreens.com. Buying online provides you with privacy. There are only four products approved by the FDA for over the counter sales in stores.

Hair testing is good at detecting a history of drug use, but it is very costly, and will miss recent drug use. ¬†You’ll know what happened 6 months ago, but you won’t know what happened six hours ago.

Home Drug Test Kits, like the Teensavers test require about 30 ml of a sample.

The Teensaver test is the only test sold over-the-counter that is made in America.

The results are instant.

You can take a 360 degree tour of the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit and its contents by clicking HERE.

If you are screening for marijuana, Teensavers is the choice for families at all Rite Aid locations.

A 3-panel test also checks for cocaine and methamphetamines.

If you know a loved one who needs to be drug tested, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is the right test for you.

The Government is providing a new tool for parents to learn about synthetic drugs.

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The new information is the result of several conferences with White House Drug Policy Director Kerlikowske and public health and safety officials.

The information kit includes a slidecast about synthetic drugs, a corresponding podcast and video and a printable guide “so parents can present details on what to look for, what the street names are and what the effects of these substances are to others in their community,” officials said in a release.

The kit is available at The Partnership at Drugfree.org.

“Synthetic drugs like Spice, K2, and ‘bath salts’ are a serious threat to the health and safety of young people throughout America,” Kerlikowske said in the statement.

The statement said synthetic drugs are often marketed as legal, and are sometimes labeled “herbal incense” or “bath salts” and sold in small pouches or packets over the Internet, in tobacco and smoke shops, drug paraphernalia shops, gas stations and convenience stores.

In December, the National Institute on Drug Abuse said one in nine high school seniors had used “Spice” or “K2” over the past year. That made synthetic marijuana the second most frequently used illicit drug, after marijuana, among high school seniors.