Many people have been subjected to random drug tests in their places of work. While not everyone takes part in recreational drugs, there are some who do during their free time or when they go out partying. The problem is when you have to take a urine test for your current job or one that you are trying to get. In this article, we will look at the options you will have in such a situation.
The best choice is to stop taking drugs, but if you still like the buzz, at least try to stop a couple of weeks before an interview or drug test if you know when the test will be. Drugs take some time to totally drain from your body so stopping a day before will not make any difference.
Use a device with fake urine
If you look online, you will find many devices that have been developed for people who have to face situations where a drug test is called, and they are worried about passing it. Failing a test may mean that you could lose a great opportunity or even a job that you have been in for many years. Once you fail a test, you will be more or less branded as a recreational drug user. Which can even hamper your career and future.
What is this device?
They are known by many names, and one is The Urinator Device which allows you to take the test, but instead of peeing into the sample cup, you will add the synthetic urine which comes with the urinator. They include mechanisms to keep the fake pee at the right temperature so that you will not get caught out and will generally pass the drug test without a problem. These devices have helped people land great jobs and avoid embarrassment in many situations. However, one must keep in mind that they are not 100% successful. There are instances where the person testing the samples may find that the urine is not real.
Where to buy them
You will not find these devices in every pharmacy, so the best place to get one is online. There are many reliable suppliers who will ship the product directly to your door in packaging which will not show what is inside. They are not too expensive and can be well worth the cost when you consider what is at stake.