|3 tests||$9.30||per test|
|5 tests||$8.90||per test|
|10 tests||$7.90||per test|
|20 tests||$7.50||per test|
NarcoCheck® Multi-Drugs Saliva test (5 in 1).
Cannabis / Cocaine / Heroin / Amphetamines / Ecstasy-MethAmphetamine
NEW GENERATION TEST FOR ROAD PREVENTION
Even more simple than ever, faster and without any manipulation!
DETECTION OF CANNABIS CONSIDERABLY IMPROVED (10 ng/ml)
With the NarcoCheck® Saliva test: the detection is done on the Δ9-THC, which is the molecule of cannabis that is found specifically in the mouth, because it is contained in the smoke of cannabis cigarettes. When a person smokes a joint, this smoke will contaminate the mouth and leave traces for several hours. It is these traces, the same as those sought by the Police, that our saliva test will detect. It is no longer a modified urine test, but a real innovation in salivary screening.
What does this test detect?
This saliva test detects the 5 most commonly used drugs, which are also those detected during road side testings: cannabis, cocaine, heroin/opiates, amphetamines and Ecstasy/Methamphetamine.
What does this test reveal?
It will show a positive result if the person tested has used cannabis in the last 4-6 hours. This is the time during which cannabis use causes psychoactive effects. In other words, the test will be positive when the person is under the influence of cannabis intoxication.
This test will also show a positive result if another drug has been used in the last 24 hours.
A new indispensable tool for road prevention!
Small and very easy to use, this test is perfectly adapted to self-testing. Users of cannabis or other substances can now reduce by themselves the road risks linked to their consumption.
The benefits of saliva tests:
- They are very simple to use and minimally invasive.
- They can be used anywhere, at any time.
No need for bathroom or special amenities.
Saliva is immediately accessible.
- They can be used to detect drug consumption immediately after taking, long before traces of drugs can appear in the urine, and last for several hours.
- They are done in front of you, which makes them very difficult to falsify or adulterate. Salivary tests reduce the potential for cheating.
The principle is simple:
1 The donnor must put the absorbant tab in his/her mounth and salivate on it for a few seconds.
That's it ! Nothing more.
The test will then start automatically.
2 Read the results after 10 minutes.
The test consists of 3 test strips, each detecting 1 to 2 drugs.
On each strip a red line will be displayed (or not) in position 1 and 2.
When a red line appears next to a drug, the test is negative for that drug. If no line appears next to a drug, the test is positive for that drug.
This test is NEGATIVE
This test is POSITIVE for
The Δ9-THC (pronounced "delta 9 THC") is the name used in the raw cannabis molecule, as it is found in hashish or weed (marijuana).
Once smoked or ingested, the human body must modify this molecule in order to eliminate it. It transforms it into a sub-molecule, which will be found especially in the urine: THC-COOH (also called 11-nor-Δ9-THC-COOH).
Because in the mouth, the Δ9-THC is massively found.
On the other hand, barely no traces of THC-COOH are found, which becomes virtually undetectable after a few tens of minutes after smoking a joint.
To effectively detect cannabis, a saliva test must therefore be calibrated to detect Δ9-THC.
The problem is that most current salivary tests are modified urine tests, and therefore detect THC-COOH.
Therefore, knowing the exact nature of the target molecule is crucial when choosing the saliva test to use!
No, simply because it is not made for that.
Saliva tests are actually very effective where urine tests are not at all effective. Traces of cannabis can be detected in the saliva almost immediately after its consumption, whereas it is often necessary to wait more than ten hours to see traces in the urine.
Salivary screening will thus be fully effective over a period of a few hours following drug use. This period can be more or less long depending on the metabolism of people and their level of consumption.
A saliva test can tell: "The person tested used cannabis less than 6 hours ago".
A urine test can tell: "The person tested has used cannabis in the past few days" or "The person tested consumes cannabis (more or less regularly)".
Each type of test therefore has its specificity and none can replace the other.