Insider’s 2013 Guide to Passing a Drug Test
Published: Jan. 09, 2013
Words: 8,700 (approximate)
Many other books have been released on drug testing. These books have provided some insight on how the labs operate, and the different methods used to fail a drug user. The problem is these books haven’t been updated to the new testing standards. This book will take a non-technical approach in explaining how the drug testing labs operate, and ways to pass any drug test in existence.
Many other books have been released on drug testing. These books have provided some insight on how the labs operate, and the different methods used to fail a drug user. The problem is these books haven’t been updated to the new testing standards. Most are filled with technical information that is over the heads of most people. Even worse, some techniques once used to pass a test are now detectable. This book will take a non-technical approach in explaining how the drug testing labs operate, and ways to pass any drug test in existence.
All information presented in this book has been known to work as of January 2nd, 2013. You can visit drugtestinginsider.com to learn about how the drug testing industry works and if you have any drug testing questions you can visit my forum where I help answer questions about drug testing.
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on June 10, 2013 :
This was very helpful. I am subject to random drug tests by DOT and always worry about those stories from friends about getting a positive result from being at a party or eating poppy seeds. You have finally set my mind to ease with all the background information on how the drug test work, especially the screens vs. the tests. Thanks! (The bold font was a little hard to read... but other than that the book was easy well-written and well organized.)
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