Instant Results Drug Test for Synthetic Drugs is Now Available

February 15, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Salt Lake City, UT, February 15, 2012 - A bold new instant result drug test is available now in the fight against dangerous synthetic drugs. Mobile Drug Testing, LLC, a national drug testing company, has introduced an instant result test that can detect the use of two different types of synthetic marijuana. This represents a dramatic improvement over the current lab processes that are much more expensive and require 2 days to perform.

Peter Kligmann, MS, the company's chemist states, "We are very excited to offer this cutting edge technology as a new way for parents and employers to maintain a drug-free environment. It doesn't matter what the drug using population throws at us. We are determined in finding a way to combat it."

Synthetic drugs have been in the news due to their widespread availability to even young children in convenience stores and gas stations. Although many states have created laws to make them illegal, you can still find them readily available in these stores as well as smoke shops across the country. These drugs have many street names, but are most often referred to as "Spice" and "K2". They induce all of the hallucinogenic properties of marijuana without any of the regulation. While law enforcement and legislators work to keep up, the drug testing industry works to do its part as well.

The instant test is easily performed and can be used for workplace drug testing as well as privately for families or individuals. It can be purchased from Mobile Drug Testing, LLC directly for home use by parents or individuals for self testing. "We are at the forefront in the latest technology to protect our clients and to protect the kids of America. This is what matters most," Kligmann adds.

Mobile Drug Testing, LLC is available for questions regarding the new testing or to schedule their parent/teacher education S.A.F.E.R. (Substance Abuse Family Education and Resources) program by calling toll free 877-444-2105.