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Whether you're considering the G Pro Black Scale Herbal, the Snoop Dogg or one of the other G Pro models, the benefits of these vapes are all pretty much the same. There are three primary ways to "try" to fool a drug Test: Dilution, Substitution, and Adulteration. Diluting a Urine Sample: A "dilute specimen" is a urine sample that has a higher than average water content. The goal when diluting a sample is to minimize the drug levels visible in urine. Laboratories have specific cut-off points where, even if the drug is detected, it will not be marked as a positive result because there is very little in the sample. When a test applicant consumes excessive amounts of fluid, the concentration of urine will subsequently become dilute. This can be abused by intentionally over-consuming large amounts of water prior to a drug test. Unfortunately for cheaters, this does not guarantee a negative result, and the laboratory will immediately detect the diluted sample.
The malicious form of dilution is adding pure water directly to the urine sample. This is the reason testing laboratories add dye to their toilets and shut off faucets. Substituting your Urine: This is the only method of cheating a drug test that has a consistent rate of success. Substituting a urine sample is when the donor provides urine that did not originate from his or her body. The most popular form of this is urine from concentrate. Powdered urine can be purchased online in packets, and then mixed with water to form urine. Liquid urine, synthetic urine, and urine from another person are also commonly used. The biggest challenge in using substitute urine is keeping the urine at the correct temperature. Providing a trained collector with a cold (or hot) sample will immediately flag you, and you will be forced to retest. Chemical pocket warmers are commonly used to keep hidden urine warm. Adulterating a Sample: An "adulterated specimen" is a urine sample that has been tampered with. Adding certain chemicals to a urine sample will either mask the presence of drugs or interfere with the laboratory equipment. These chemicals are also easily detected by the lab, and the specimen will be flagged as adulterated. Common chemicals used for "doping" samples are soap, salt, bleach, and eye drops. Other Methods: Commercial "screens" , marketed everywhere, like Goldenseal, QuickKlean, or Mary Jane Super Clean 13. These products do little more than dilute or adulterate a sample. Any of them will flag the urine sample at the lab as tampered-with. It lowers the pH of urine, giving the lab evidence of tampering. Drinking enough to sufficiently "mask" a sample also causes violent diarrhea. Creatinine is one of the tested parameters when identifying diluted urine. A common myth is that taking creatine or eating red meat will boost the creatinine in the urine. Stealing your specimen from the lab: We have overheard daring drug test applicants saying that stealing the sample from the lab will prevent them from processing the results. The theory being that labs would never never admit they lost a specimen, so they would report your test as negative and you'd get hired anyway.
This is just ridiculous, do not even attempt to burglarize a laboratory! Increasing your metabolism: This rumor says that raising your metabolism will reduce the amount of time a drug can be detected in your system, and, eating a high calorie diet and starting an intense exercise program will do the same. There are three ways that cheaters are ultimately caught: At the Laboratory: Labs have greatly improved their methods in detecting those specimens that have been tampered with by the donor. Cheating drug tests by "adulterating" urine samples, or altering a specimen by changing its concentration, is a common practice that drug abusers use to hide the presence of drugs in their system. Previously, some abusers were able to pass a drug test by using one of these strategies.
But new lab technologies are now detecting drugs in samples that were altered and un-testable before. Today, lab tests measuring specific gravity, pH, creatinine levels, and temperature are determining "positive" and "negative" results - and attempts at cheating drug tests - more accurately than ever. Lab tests today can often indicate that the sample is not from the donor. In a somewhat humorous case, a man substituted his sample with that of his wife. When the specimen failed the temperature test, subsequent lab testing indicated "he" was pregnant.