You've probably heard about "false positives" when it comes to drug screens. It's an unexpected drug test result that can happen to anyone. In this article, you'll learn what to stay away from before taking a rapid test or a lab screening test.
Lab tests can get pricey compared to home drug tests. But, how do home drug tests compare to lab tests? If you pass a home drug test, will you pass a lab test? Read this in-depth comparison of both tests to help you decide which is best for you.
When you see two lines (no matter if it's a very faint line on a drug test for THC or a dark line), it means that the result of your test is negative. Read the article to see why and some picture examples.
The best thing you can do to prepare for your THC urine test if you have a week or more before it is to build a baseline. These 10 methods can help you decrease THC metabolites if you have a few days or more.
Using a home drug test to ensure your body is drug-free before a pre-employment test or for a general medical screening has its benefits. But how do they stand up against a certified laboratory test? Read this article to find out.
Drug tests are specifically made to detect Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or its metabolites. Although these tests do not look for CBD, some CBD products contain trace amounts of THC, which might cause a person to fail a drug test.
Many people use the cannabis Sativa plant, also known as marijuana, for recreational purposes or treat various medical conditions and symptoms. In this post, you will learn about marijuana's effects in both potential and negative ways.