Why is this oral test so good?
This is a brand new ergonomic design that means it is fully portable and simply requires the person being tested toput the test under their tongue for ~30 seconds. You then just wait for the results to appear.
Not only is this the easiest and most accurate drug test to use, it is also, as best we know, the only oral drug test that is specifically produced for the UK market and covers the 3 main street drugs found in the UK.
- Remove the cap from the test and put the absorbent tip inside your mouth, under your tongue Important: Do not bite, suck, or chew on the sponge.
- Keep the test under there until you see the dye fill the test window and form the control lines (C). This should only take about 30 seconds but may require longer if your mouth is very dry.
- Replace the cap and place the test onto a clean and level surface.
- Wait for the coloured band(s) to appear. The result should be read at 10 minutes. Do not interpret the result after 60 minutes.
|Abbreviated name on test||Proper name||Other name||Approximate detectable time it remains in the Saliva after use.|
|COC||Cocaine||Coke, crack or charlie.||10 MIN – 24 HOURS|
|OPI||Opiates||Heroin, smack or gear.||UP TO 2 DAYS|
|THC||Marijuana||Cannabis, puff, spliff or hash.||1 HOUR – SEVERAL DAYS|
You can read negative results as soon as the lines form, but for positive results please wait the full 10-minute development time. Please note the drug type code on the test case and read against the code for each drug type. Read the results of each individually and independent of one another. The top line in each result (line nearest the top of the midtream test) is the control line and is indicated by the letter “C” and the lower line (closest to base of cube case) is the test line. The control line means the test has worked correctly. If there is no upper line then the test is invalid as shown below. This means that there has been insufficient specimen volume or the instructions have not been followed correctly e.g. laying the oral cube on its side or upside down – these are the most likely reasons for the control line failing to appear.
Negative: If a second pink/red coloured line, no matter how faint, appears next to each specific drug (e.g. COC), this is a negative result.
Positive: If no lower second line appears next to any of the drugs then the individual has tested positive for that drug of abuse. The labels next to each line on the test will tell you which drug each individual strip is testing for. Remember a negative saliva sample will produce a lower line and a positive saliva sample will not produce any line below the upper control line.