This test is simple, fast, reliable and accurate test which detects for the presence of the synthetic opioid, Carfentanil, in urine.
Carfentanil (Carfentanyl, Wildnil)
What is Carfentanil?
Carfentanil or Carfentanyl is a synthetic opioid and is regarded as the most potent commercial opioid in the world. It is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and 100 times more powerful than fentanyl – just 10mg is required to sedate a 5000kg elephant!
The drug is so deadly that it has been banned from the battlefield under the Chemical Weapons Convention and is being blamed for a spate of drug overdoses in the Western world. However, Carfentanil is not a controlled substance in China where it can be manufactured legally and sold openly online.
Most worryingly is that dealers are now cutting heroin with Carfenantil to intensify the effects and passing it off as pure heroin, meaning a growing number of people are unknowingly taking this extremely dangerous drug.
What are NHS Drug Tests?
Unfortunately a number of sellers on Ebay claim their tests are the same as those used by the NHS but they are not. There are only 4 Companies in this Country that have their drug testing products listed and approved nationally by NHS Supply Chain who ship to every hospital in the Country every day. We are proud to say we have over 40 different drug tests listed in the NHS Supplies Catalogue and we are happy to provide any customer details of the NHS codes for our products.
What is required to carry out this test?
All our drug tests are simple to use and only involve taking a sample of urine. Results are accurate and rapid (in 5 minutes).
When should I do the test?
This test can be carried out at any time. To perform the test:
1. Remove the test strip from the foil pouch (do not break the seal of the foil pouch until you are ready to begin the test).
2. Using a plastic cup, obtain a urine sample from the individual who is being tested.
3. Carefully dip the testing strip into the urine sample, ensuring that the urine does NOT go above the MAX LINE. Allow the test to absorb the urine for about 10-15 seconds.
4. After 15 seconds, remove the test from the urine, lay the test strip on a clean flat surface while the test lines develop.
5. You can read negative results as soon as they appear but positive results must be read at least 5 minutes after removing from the urine. All results should be read within 10 minutes, otherwise a false reading may occur.
To read the results of your test you will need to do the following.
When looking at the test strip you will see a pink/red coloured line just below the test handle. This is the Control Line (C). The next line that may or may not appear below the control is called the Test Line (T).
The control line (C), has to show as this confirms that the test strip has worked properly.
If no control line appears the test strip hasn’t worked properly and you may need to do a further test.
A second pink/red coloured line below the control line, no matter how faint, should now appear. This is a negative result. If no further line appears below the control line then the individual has tested positive for that drug of abuse.
For full instructions on how to use this product click one of the links below:
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