7 Panel T-Square Oral Fluid Saliva Drug Test Kit
£8.99 – £74.99
- Home Drug Test using Saliva
- Test for 7 common drugs
- Results in 5 minutes
- US FDA Approved
- CLIA OTC Waived
- In stock for same day postage
This is an innovative 7-in-1 Saliva Drug Testing Kit, for fast and accurate at-home drug screening. This easy-to-use kit screens for the presence of 7 commonly abused substances in just 5 minutes using a simple oral fluid collection.
Manufactured by Wondfo, a leading worldwide supplier of drug tests kits. It use advanced immunoassay technology to test for THC, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Opiates, Oxycodone, PCP, and Amphetamines with over 99% accuracy. The test strip clearly indicates positive or negative results – two lines for a negative test, one line for a positive test. Even very faint lines signify a negative result.
Ideal for personal use, workplace drug testing programs, schools, treatment facilities and more. Each sterile test is individually wrapped to ensure precision results every time. The tests are approved by the FDA in America and are CLIA waived for home or OTC (over the counter use)
Trust this 7-in-1 Saliva Drug Test Kit for your drug screening needs. Accurate, confidential at-home drug testing in minutes. Contact us with any questions about our innovative product.
What does FDA Approved mean in relation to this drug test?
The term “FDA Approved” means this drug test kit has been reviewed and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This means the FDA has determined the test is reasonably safe and effective for its intended use, when used according to the instructions.
What does CLIA Waived mean in relation to this drug test?
The term “CLIA Waived” means the test has been deemed simple and accurate enough that it can be used in non-laboratory settings. CLIA refers to the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments, which regulate testing on humans.
Waived status means the test is very simple to use and has a low risk of giving incorrect results. Tests that are CLIA waived can be sold over-the-counter (OTC) for use at home or in offices, clinics, etc. They don’t require being administered by trained lab personnel.