Drugs of Abuse Screening

You're in control
An abundance of caution is a driving force for this panel. We believe it is better to have the knowledge at your fingertips so you can avoid any issues in the future. Together, knowledge and caution is power. Our "Tox in a Box" can be used for: Pre-employment testing, sports organization drug screening, prescription opioid monitoring, or caretaker/minor monitoring.
Approximate Turnaround Time
72 hours
Analytes
11
Includes: Adderall, Alcohol, Cocaine, Ecstasy, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Nicotine, Opioids, PCP, Valium, Xanax

$149.00

Quantity

Knowledge is Power

Have you ever been in a situation where you doubted doing a drug test for employment? If that is you, this test is the right test for you. When it comes to drug testing, there are several options for you. Most of the tests offered at your local pharmacy or grocery store are urine strips that would check for the more common drugs. While these are quick and convenient, the sensitivity of these tests may not be reliable. Our test goes through a high sensitivity testing instrument that would confidently tell you even if you have trace amounts of drugs in your system. Hence, allowing you to decide what you need to do tomorrow confidently.
Our "Tox in the Box" can also be customized for prescription opioid monitoring or caretaker/minor monitoring. If you are looking for a trusted partner for your drug monitoring, our technology and testing abilities will allow you to make your patients' monitoring and testing process an easy and convenient approach. Contact our friendly team at support@myhomelabs.com, and one of our team members will reach out to you.

Test Preperation

No preparation is required for this test. Register your test kit and follow the instructions included in the instruction card

Description

Who Should Take the test

  1. Individuals concerned about recreational drug use before pre-employment opportunities.
  2. Students or athletes concerned about recreational drug use and possible scholarship testing.
  3. Parents concerned about a child’s possible drug usage.