Drug Test Results in just Five Minutes!
Our state of the art testing system requires just 5 minutes to work. It’s perfect for pre-employment drug testing or verifying your urine sample is clean before submitting to a lab test.
Pre-employment drug tests are a breeze with the Quick Test system. With a urine control sample you no longer find yourself defending a dirty pre-employment test. When control lines just aren’t enough, trust our system to provide proof of an accurate test.
Positive results on the Quick Test Plus kit are easily verified by use of the 3oz laboratory grade control sample. All panels on the control test will read negative if the test is functioning correctly.
Detection Times for Illicit Drugs
Depending on your frequency of use, you could test positive for illicit or prescription drugs for up to 45 days. It is important to inform the lab of any drugs you may have been prescribed in the last 6 months.
Urine drug screening does have the potential for false positives in rare cases. A positive result for prescription drugs does not always mean that an individual is abusing that drug. It is suggested that you contact a healthcare provider to better understand the meaning of a positive result for prescription drugs.
Please note that these estimated detection times are for urine testing only. Hair follicle, blood and saliva testing have their own set of guidelines and detection times. Estimated detection times depend on a number of factors including individual weight, height and metabolism.
Amphetamine is a Schedule II controlled substance. This means that it has a currently accepted prescription drug use but has a high potential for abuse. Higher doses of Amphetamine lead to enhanced stimulation of the nervous system. They could induce euphoria, alertness, reduced appetite, and a sense of increased energy and power.
Amphetamine can be found in urine 4-6 hours after use and will remain in urine for 2-3 days.
Barbiturates are central nervous system depressants. They’re used therapeutically as sedatives. Barbiturates are nearly always taken orally as capsules or tablets. Chronic use leads to tolerance and physical dependence.
Withdrawal symptoms experienced during periods of abstinence can be severe enough to cause death.
Barbiturates can be found in urine 2-4 hours after use. Short-acting barbiturates will remain in urine for up to 3 days. Long-acting barbiturates will remain in urine up to 15 days.
Benzodiazepines are used therapeutically in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal, seizure disorders, anxiety and sleeping disorders. Benzos are sometimes used as sedatives before medical procedures. Symptoms from stopping abruptly include trouble sleeping, gastrointestinal upset, feeling unwell, and loss of appetite. Sweating, trembling, weakness, anxiety, and changes in perception could also occur.
Benzodiazepines can be found in urine 2-7 hours after use. Short-acting benzodiazepines will remain in urine for up to 2 days. Intermediate-acting benzodiazepines will remain up to 5 days, and long- acting benzodiazepines will remain up to 10 days.
Cocaine is a very potent stimulant and local anesthetic. Short term, it brings about extreme energy and restlessness while gradually resulting in tremors, over- sensitivity, and spasms. In large amounts, coke can result in fever, unresponsiveness, difficulty in breathing, and death.
Cocaine can typically be found in a urine test 2-6 hours after use and will remain in urine for 2-3 days.
The primary active component in marijuana is THC. When smoked, vaped or orally administered, it produces euphoric effects. Transient episodes of confusion and anxiety may also be experienced. The peak effect of smoking occurs within 20-30 minutes, with the duration lasting approximately 90-120 minutes.
Marijuana (THC) can be found in urine drug tests as soon as 1-4 hours after use. THC will remain in urine for up to 30 days.
Methamphetamine is an addictive stimulant drug that strongly activates certain systems in the brain. It is closely related to amphetamine, but the central nervous system effects of methamphetamine are greater.
The drug is made in illegal laboratories and has a high potential for abuse and dependence. Acute doses lead to enhanced stimulation of the central nervous system. It could also induce euphoria, alertness, reduced appetite, and a sense of increased energy and power. Cardiovascular responses include increased blood pressure and cardiac arrhythmias.
Methamphetamine can be found in drug screens 4-6 hours after use and will remain in your urine for 2-3 days.
Ecstasy is a Schedule I drug, corresponding to those substances with no proven therapeutic value. Physical effects include sweating, muscle tension, and jaw clenching. MDMA is not clearly a stimulant, although, like amphetamines, it increases blood pressure and heart rate. Perceptual changes include increased sensitivity to light, difficulty in focusing, and sometimes blurred vision. It may also cause the release of dopamine in the body.
MDMA can be found in the urine 2-7 hours after use and will remain in urine for 2-4 days.
Morphine is an opioid pain medication. Opioid refers to any drug that acts on the opioid receptor. Opioid analgesics comprise a large group of substances which control pain by depressing the central nervous system. Large doses of morphine can produce higher tolerance levels, physiological dependence, and may lead to substance abuse.
Morphine can be found in urine 2-6 hours after use and will remain in urine for 1-3 days.
Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opioid agonist. It is a Schedule II narcotic analgesic and is widely used in clinical medicine. It is similar to morphine in all respects, including its abuse and dependency.
Effects include analgesia, euphoria, feelings of relaxation, respiratory depression, constipation, papillary constriction, and cough suppression. Oxycodone is prescribed for the relief of moderate to high pain under pharmaceutical trade names.
Oxycodone can be found in urine 1-3 hours after use and will remain in urine for 1-3 days.
Phencyclidine is a hallucinogen that was first marketed as a surgical anesthetic in the 1950s. It is used in powder, capsule, and tablet form. After low doses, the user thinks and acts swiftly and experiences mood swings from euphoria and depression. Self-injurious behavior is one of the devastating effects.
PCP can be found in urine 4-6 hours after use and will remain in the urine for 7-14 days
- Two 10-Panel drug tests
- Two collection cups
- One 3 ounce laboratory grade control sample
- Detailed instructions
The most complicated part of home drug testing is understanding the difference between a positive and negative reading. With this kit, you use one drug test on the control sample which ALWAYS tests negative and the other test on the human sample. This provides an active comparison of the two tests to determine if the human sample is positive or negative.
Begin the testing procedure by collecting a urine sample in the clear plastic cup provided in the kit. Pour the laboratory grade control sample into the white plastic cup. Open one of the test kit pouches and remove the cap. Dip the paper tips into the liquid in the white cup for 10 – 15 seconds, liquid should not touch the plastic case. Remove the cassette and replace the cap. Wait 5 minutes then read results. Repeat these steps with the other test cassette and the urine sample in the clear plastic cup. The test results from the control sample will always read negative, comparing the test results on the urine sample and the control sample will clarify the reading.
- Quick Test Plus only provides a qualitative, preliminary result.
- Failure to use Quick Test Plus as instructed may result in an inaccurate screening result.
- Technical or procedural error may cause erroneous results.
- Adulterants, such as bleach, in urine may produce erroneous results. If adulteration is suspected, the test should be repeated with another urine sample and another test cassette.
- A negative result may not necessarily indicate drug-free urine. Negative results can be obtained when the drug is present, but below the cut-off level of the test.
- A positive result does not indicate level of intoxication or concentration in urine.
- Certain foods, medicines, or supplements may result in a false positive.