PassADrugTest.com Questions & Answers

Q: Who IS PassADrugTest and whom do you work with to make your detox and cleansing products?
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PassADrugTest is an American run and American owned company with a strong “Made in America” philosophy. We offer top-grade ONLY products with guaranteed analysis and money-back guaranteed results.

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Q: Do PassADrugTest.com products really work?
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Yes, they do. There is no other detox brand on the market that has been more thoroughly tested. Millions of satisfied consumers are proof of our unwavering commitment to providing dependable, high-quality products that make the PassADrugTest.com name synonymous with reliability.

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Q: Which product should I choose?
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PassADrugTest.com has formulated a variety of products to help you meet your personal cleansing needs. For same day cleansing to pass a drug test, choose from powerful drinks, effervescent tablets, or concentrated herbal capsules. These work within one hour and last for up to five hours. Permanent cleanses will make sure you pass a drug test too—forever! Read on…

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Q: How can I optimize the results of my personal cleansing deadline?
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Prior to your personal cleansing deadline, follow the guidelines listed below for internal and external products. We always recommend that new customers take an at-home drug test to see determine a passing or failing level of toxicity before embarking on the detoxing process. In addition, the best way to ensure the efficacy of the detox product you buy is to follow the instructions on the label to the letter. If you have questions, our customer support is here for you—it’s that simple! Just dial 1-866-588-4927.

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Q: What factors indicate good health when meeting a personal cleansing deadline?
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Research suggests that when meeting a personal cleansing deadline, four criteria of good health can be considered. All four of these criteria are indicators of a well-balanced system. All of the products we bring to you on PassADrugTest.com are formulated to rebalance your body and restore it in such a manner that all four of these criteria are met and exceeded.

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Q: Is it important to lower toxin levels in my body?
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Yes. Often your lifestyle choices and the environment you live in can lead to the presence of certain chemicals or toxic residues left behind in your body. You never know when these impurities and byproducts will build up to an undesirable level, and you may not be aware of the side effects they can cause.

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Q: How long do toxins stay in my body?
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Toxins can stay in your body anywhere from several hours to a lifetime. The length of time depends on the types of toxins and the amount of impurities absorbed by your body, where they are stored in your body, and your rate of metabolism and general health. Whatever your specific needs may be, PassADrugTest.com has a product that is right for you. Form more information about this topic, please visit our drug use time table.

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Q: When should I begin lowering my toxin levels?
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Right now! As impurities build up, our bodies become less efficient at removing normally accumulated waste and byproducts. You need to rid your body of these pollutants, and timing and results are everything. Products from PassADrugTest.com are scientifically formulated to lower toxin and impurity levels in your body when you need it most.

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Q: Why is product research so important?
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Extensive, ongoing studies yield products that provide the most effective results. At PassADrugTest.com, the results we promise are based on scientific fact—and they’re guaranteed, so you know our studies have given us confidence in our product line. Detoxify products use only DHHS-certified laboratories for product testing. Furthermore, a scientific research team on-site continually improves existing products and creates new ones to best meet our consumers' needs. By maintaining our commitment to research, we can continue to produce and refine our products to meet your needs in lowering toxin levels.

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Q: What else about drug testing is important to know?
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Most drug testing is broken down into two categories: urine testing, or urinalysis and hair testing. The labs are not looking for drugs in urine samples; they are looking for drug metabolites. Once the body takes in a substance, the end product (or byproduct) looks much different. For example, alcohol goes in as beer, gets oxidized by the liver, and comes out as water. A drug may go into the body in the psychedelic form and come out as a metabolite. The psychoactive ingredient in marijuana is 11-nor-D-9-tetrahyrocanibinol (THC.) This is oxidized by the body and comes out as 31 different metabolites. The most prevalent form is 11-nor-D-9-tetrahyrocanibinolic acid (THCA).

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Q: What Kinds of Drug Test are Given?
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Drug Testing is broken down in the following formats by percentage rates:

  • Hair Testing: 5%
  • Screen with GC/MS: 80%
  • Screen Only: 5%
  • FPIA (Screen): 5%

GC/MS: Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
Screen: EMIT - Enzyme Multiplied Immunoassay Test (Trade name for the most popular screen used in drug testing field manufactured by Dade Behring )
FPIA: Florescence Polarization Immunoassay (Abbott Labs version of a screen)
D.O.T: A DOT test is the abbreviation for a Department of Transportation. This means the testing guidelines have been regulated by the DOT, and if the guidelines are not followed the results are considered invalid. Not all tests are DOT regulated, but most are. To make the testing process easier companies follow the DOT guidelines to minimize mistakes.

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Q: What are the Different Types of Drug Tests?
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Blood Tests: Often people will be given a blood test and a urinalysis. These are for two totally different types of tests being performed. Blood is normally drawn for detection of diseases such as AIDS. Drug toxins can only be detected for 48 hours in the blood after consumption. For this reason the urine is tested for toxins instead of the blood.

Hair Tests: Toxins are circulated throughout the body via the blood stream. The blood feeds the hair while it is in the growth stage at the scalp. As the hair is formed the toxins are trapped inside the hair folic. The toxins then grow away from the scalp as time passes. If the use of toxins is stopped, the hair by the scalp is clean, but the middle of the hair or ends of hair will retain the toxins until cut off. The level of toxins is greatest near the scalp. Sunlight and chemicals added to the hair in dyes or shampoos will oxidize the drug metabolites over years, and can reduce the level of metabolites by 75%.

For this reason, the hair sample is clipped from the back neck (nape) near the scalp by the examiner. Once sent to a laboratory the hair is dissolved with organic solvents. Once in a liquid solution, the toxins are freed from within the hair follicle. Extraction is performed on the liquid and drug toxins are removed. Once the drug metabolites are isolated a GC/MS is performed with urinalysis testing and quantitative level is provided.

Urine Tests: The most common type of drug screen on the market today is manufactured by Dade Behring called the EMIT (Enzyme Multiple Immunoassay Test). A typical screen will be referred to as SAP 5-50 NIT. This means substance abuse panel, 5 panels (drugs), 50 ng/ml cutoff, and with nitrite check. This type of test is a competitive binding assay, which utilizes enzymes for the conversion of NAD+ to NADH. The conversion process is measured on a spectrometer to give semi-quantitative measurement of a specific drug metabolite.

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Q: How does the drug test reach a result, EXACTLY?
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This is pretty sophisticated stuff, however some people really would like to know. To begin, competitive binding assays utilize two types of drug metabolites competing for one antibody. During drug testing, the two possible sources of drug metabolites are from the donor and the lab. The reaction is very complex and difficult to comprehend. Three reagents are added to the urine sample to complete the test.

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Q: What About the Positive and Negative Results?
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To learn more about the scientific process that determines positive and negative results during drug testing at a laboratory, read on… the more you know about how to pass a drug test, the more likely you are to have a successful end result. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for when reading on, simply call our customer support for more in-depth answers to your questions about how to pass a drug test by dialing 1-877-247-1354.

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Q: What Type of Drug Testing Equiptment is Used?
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The test is usually performed on a Hitachi 740 spectrometer at 340 nm wavelength of light. A spectrometer is a piece of scientific equipment that shines a beam of light through the urine sample. Want more details about how the Hitachi 740 spectrometer works?

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Q: I have heard about a GC/MS system, what is that?
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The gas chromatographer (GC) performs the separation of components of a sample, and the mass spectrometer (MS) identifies chemicals (if there are any) to give lab technicians a complete and highly accurate report of their findings in a given urine sample for a drug test.

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Q: How do gas chromatography and mass spectrometry work?
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To begin, an organic solution is added to the urine sample, and then attaches to the drug metabolites. This process is called derivitization. The derivitization process changes the drug metabolite to a form that will react with gas chromatographer (GC). The sample is then heated to change it from a liquid to a gas. The gas then flows through a hollow tube on the GC, referred to as a “column.” Gas chromatographers have columns specifically fabricated to isolate drug metabolites found in urine. Each distinct chemical of the urine comes off the column at a known interval of time and is collected. Once the drug metabolites are collected, the sample is moved onto the mass spectrometer (MS.)

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