Want to Test Yourself at Home for Opiates?
If you´ve got an upcoming drug test, testing yourself is a great way to find out if you´ll pass or not. If you´ve only used one type of drug, single-panel self-test kits are a cheap yet effective way of testing yourself.
Legal medication and even food containing poppy seeds can cause a false positive on opiate tests. Even non-drug users might want to consider testing themselves. This kit tests for just the various opiate-based drugs, such as heroin and morphine, but we also stock single-panel kits for weed, k2/spice, cocaine, methadone, meth, and oxycodone. All our single-panel kits test at the same cutoff levels that the labs use.
How do I test myself?
- Get your sample ready by urinating into a sterile container.
- Starting with the notched edge, carefully tear open the foil pouch.
- Remove the test and dropper from the pouch.
- Use the dropper to take a sample of urine and drip four drops into the sample well (marked as "S").
- Wait five minutes before interpreting the results.
How do I interpret the results?
First, look for the control line (C). If it appears, the test has worked. If it doesn´t appear, something has gone wrong and you´ll need to repeat the test with a new device. Next, after making sure the control line is visible, look for the appearance of the test line T. This gives the result of your test.
Test line appears: You´ve tested negative for opiate use (a pass), even if the test line is lighter than the control line.
No test line appears: You´ve tested positive for opiate use (a fail). You should look at taking extra measures before going to a real test.