The AllTest 4 substance’s drug sieve detects the following groups of drugs in the urine and drink/liquid sample: amphetamine, cannabis compounds, morphine/opiate derivatives and benzodiazepines. They are also common street sale drugs. See more detailed substance specification
- Accuracy 99.8% compared to laboratory tests.
- CE marked for professional use
- Result in five minutes.
- Fast and anonymous mail delivery
- Optionally for a fee to package automat or post office
Making a drug test, 4 substance drug screen
A urine or drink sample is taken e.g. into a disposable cup, the test panel is taken out from sealed foil pouch, the plug protecting the strip heads is removed, the strip heads are dipped in a depth of approximately 1 cm in the sample to be tested and kept in the sample until the reddish, upward-moving absorption front is visible in each strip. To remove the panel from the sample, replace the protective cap and place the panel in a horizontal position, e.g. table.
- The test is successful and the result is complete when the strip shows the C-line (control) and the background color of the strip is uniformly light (reddish).
- If no clearly visible T-line (test line) is visible below the C line from the background, the sample contained a quantity above the sensitivity limit. a drug tested by a strip.
- If both the C and T-lines appear on all 4 strips, the sample did not contain any quantities of drugs tested above the given sensitivity limits.
Young people (15-24 years) and young adults (25-34 years) are the most typical groups of drug users. In recent years, cannabis use has increased, especially among young adults. Cannabis is most actively used by men of this age group. 44% of men aged 25-34 reported sometimes experimenting or using cannabis; last year and 5% in the last month. This male age group is also a group in which mixed drug, drug and alcohol use is most common. Very often, drug use is combined precisely with more than average alcohol consumption and drunkenness.