Lay the device flat on a clean, dry, non-absorbent surface. Reading the results: Positive: A rose-pink band is visible in the control region. Negative: A rose-pink band is visible in each control region and the test region.
It indicates that the concentration of the drug is zero or below the detection limit of the test. Invalid: If a color band is not visible in the control region or a color band is only visible in the test region, the test is invalid. FAQ: The Test Line is lighter than the Control Line. Any Test Line, no matter how dark or light, is considered a Negative Result and should not be interpreted as a measure of the amount of drug. The intensity of the lines may vary due to a variety of factors: how diluted is the urine, the pH or protein level of the urine, interference from a metabolite in the urine that closely resembles the drug. How soon after taking a drug can you detect it in the urine with EZ Level At Home Drug Test and how long can a drug be detected in the urine? Most drugs can be detected in the urine within a few hours after taking the drug; however this can vary depending on the type of drug taken, the amount taken, the frequency of use, and the metabolism of the person being tested.
Each drug is cleared by the body at different rates. Some drugs, for example marijuana, can stay in the body for up to several weeks after use. How accurate are EZ Level Marijuana THC At Home Drug Tests? EZ Level drug testing products are more than 99 percent accurate in detecting specific drugs in urine. The accuracy of the test depends on several factors such as how close to the cut-off level the drug is in your urine, how soon the test was administered after ingesting a drug, and how much of the drug was used or ingested. Includes 10 tests with an easy to follow instructions. Portable Cannabis Potency and Chemical Analyzer Find the Strain that Works for You. The CannaDx™ sensor will allow you to test your cannabis potency (% THC) on site and within a matter of minutes, but this proprietary sensor goes even beyond that. CannaDx™ detects other cannabinoids (such as CBD and CBN) as well as 20+ terpenes, providing you with a Total Canna Profile™ (TCP) – or a more comprehensive chemical analysis of your cannabis. These raw numbers are then matched against our lab tested chemical database and crowdsourced consumer feedback to provide you with a prediction of how this cannabis might make you feel and what symptoms it has been reported to potentially alleviate by other MyDx users. Using this track and predict feature will allow you to find a strain, or a Total Canna Profile™, that works for you. As seen in the video below, MyDx™ introduces an extremely easy and convenient method for cannabis testing. MyDx Analyzer™ MyDx CannaDx™ App Total Canna Profile™ (TCP) Thought Leadership. We do so by providing the easiest-to-use and most reliable portable cannabis analyzer. This gives manufacturers, distributors, regulators, and consumers the information they need to make smarter decisions about their cannabis. In doing so, we hope to establish cannabis as a legitimate medicine as well as to help legitimize the industry as a whole. We strive for scientific coherency, accuracy, and transparency. Know what you are growing Optimize plant growth conditions Increase your profits as result of a higher quality product Know what you are buying and selling Track user-generated strain reviews Promote your strains and attract new customers Legitimize your product by printing labels Test your cannabis on site and upon request Know what you’re putting into your mind & body Test the profile of your strains and track how it makes you feel Find the best strain profiles that works for you Know what is being made and consumed Track production lots with “chemical fingerprint” Print Labels in Real Time. Total Canna Profile™ (TCP™) Cannabis contains over 400 compounds including cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, fatty acids, and more, all with potential medical uses. These compounds work together to create an Entourage Effect – the total physiological effects resulting from a particular strain. This Entourage Effect is a direct result of the chemical composition of the cannabis in question. A Total Canna Profile™ (TCP) is a more comprehensive view of the majority of the chemical components, and therefore knowing the TCP and tracking the TCP effects allows users to more reliably predict the physiological impact of cannabis on their minds and bodies. Personal Profile – everyone reacts differently to cannabis and on top of that different cannabis strains can cause a myriad of different effects. Therefore, questions such as “what cannabis strain is best?” can only be answered from the perspective of the individual consuming it. Your cannabis experience relies on your own endocannabinoid system, your mental state prior to consuming cannabis, as well as the concentrations of natural compounds found in cannabis (such as cannabinoids and terpenes). The result is a complex and personalized experience that can be difficult to capture and classify.
You can track and predict how a strain might make you feel and what symptoms it might help relieve. In this way, the MyDx Analyzer can help provide answers to the age-old questions; “How Will This Sample Make Me Feel?” “What Symptoms Will This Sample Help Me Relieve? Cannabinoids, such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), are molecules that target receptors found throughout the body providing relief to an array of symptoms including pain, nausea, and inflammation. The principal cannabinoids found in cannabis are THC, CBD, and cannabinol (CBN). It is important to note that many other relevant cannabinoids such as THCv, which has been reported as an appetite suppressant, as compared to THC, which is typically reported as an appetite stimulant, are very much relevant and might be reflected in our TCP sensor response. However, we do not at this time report a THCv values in our system as part of the TCP report.
Terpenes are what give cannabis its amazingly complex taste and smell. Without terpenes, cannabis would be very bland because THC and other cannabinoids have no distinguishable odor or taste. Alpha-pinene, myrcene, limonene, and linalool may not roll off the tongue, but their sensory descriptors like piney, musky, fruity, tropical, spicy, floral, and citrusy immediately conjure up memories of familiar tastes and aromas.