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Drink Multi Drug Dipstick

Drink Multi Drug Dipstick

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ALLTEST drink drug multi dipsticks are the fastest method to detect the presence of drugs in a drink and diagnose if a drink is safe to drink.

Enhance safety measures in social settings such as clubs where open-topped glasses and cups are prevalent with the use of these specialized dipsticks. Tailored for swift and inconspicuous use, these dipsticks are meticulously crafted for seamless immersion into beverages, providing rapid results within a span of fewer than 5 minutes. Safeguard your well-being effectively with this efficient solution for drug testing in social environments.

This product screens for the presence of the 4 most common drugs used as spiking agents in a liquid sample including alcohol or urine.

  • PCP 50ng
  • Benzodiazepines 600ng
  • Ketamine 1000ng
  • GHB 10000ng

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How to do a drink drug test? (Multiple Drugs)

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Step 1

SETUP

Place the glass/container holding the drink specimen on a flat surface.

Remove the dipstick from its foil just when you are ready to test.

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STEP 2

PERFORM

With the arrow pointing towards the drink, immerse the test dip strip vertically into the drink for at least 10-15 seconds. Do not pass the maximum line (MAX) shown on the dipstick.

Place the dipstick on a non-absorbant flat surface

Start a timer for 5 minutes, after which, read the result.

Allow up to 10 minutes for positive results

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STEP 3

RESULTS

Positive - (CONTROL LINE VISIBLE ONLY)
A positive result means that a drug was detected in the sample provided. All positive results should be confirmed using an accredited laboratory service

Negative - (CONTROL AND TEST LINE VISIBLE)
A negative result means that the drug was not present in the supplied sample at, or above the detection level, or sensitivity of the test.

Control Line- If NO control line is visible then the test is invalid, and should be repeated.