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One Step® 5 x Date Rape Drug Testing Kits – Urine Strip Tests

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What does the test involve?

This test is fast, accurate and easy to do. It takes just a few minutes to test a drink or a urine sample.

Test procedure

Make sure you read all instructions carefully and follow them exactly.

This test can be carried out on a suspected tampered drink or on a urine sample if you believe you may have consumed a drink that could have been spiked. You can test beers, wine, alcopops, mixers and soft drinks but not pure (straight) spirits. You should use this test as soon as you become suspicious.

Testing a drink

  • Remove the cassette from foil pouch (do not break the seal on the foil pouch until you are ready to begin the test).
  • Pull the protective cap off the bottom of the test to reveal the absorbent testing strip, do not touch the strip and do not throw away the protective cap.
  • Carefully dip the testing strip into the suspected drink, ensuring that the liquid does not come into contact with the plastic case of the test. Allow the test to absorb the liquid for about 5-10 seconds. You will begin to see the liquid moving up the strip.
  • After 10 seconds, remove the test from the drink and replace the protective cap.
  • Lay the test on a clean flat surface while the test lines develop.
  • You can read negative results as soon as they appear but positive results must be read at least 5 minutes after removing from the drink. All results should be read within 10 minutes, otherwise a false reading may occur.

Please note that the strips will not work in straight shots, such as vodka.

Testing a urine sample

You can test a urine sample either when you become suspicious or the following morning if you believe your drink was spiked the previous night.

  • Remove the cassette from foil pouch (do not break the seal on the foil pouch until you are ready to begin the test).
  • Using the plastic cup provided, obtain a urine sample from the individual who is being tested.
  • Pull the protective cap off the bottom of the test to reveal the absorbent testing strip, do not touch the strip and do not throw away the protective cap.
  • Carefully dip the testing strip into the urine sample, ensuring that the urine does not come into contact with the plastic case of the test. Allow the test to absorb the urine for about 5-10 seconds. You will begin to see the urine moving up the strip.
  • After 10 seconds, remove the test from the urine and replace the protective cap.
  • Lay the test on a clean flat surface while the test lines develop.
  • You can read negative results as soon as they appear but positive results must be read at least 5 minutes after removing from urine. All results should be read within 10 minutes, otherwise a false reading may occur.

Results

You will see 2 letters on the cassette by the test strip, ‘C’ this is the control band and ‘T’, this is the test band.

A pink coloured line should appear on the strip of the control band (C), this confirms the strip has worked properly. If no line appears in the control band (C) the strip hasn’t worked properly and you may need to do a further test.

A second pink coloured line, no matter how faint should now appear in the test band (T), this is a negative result, no benzos have been detected in the sample. If no further line appears in the test band (T) this is a positive result, a benzo has been detected in the sample.

Remember a negative sample will produce 2 lines, and a positive sample will produce only one line in the control band (C).

Test Lines

What should I do with the results?

Negative result

If you obtain a negative result then there were no benzos detected in your body or drink at this time. However, there is a possibility that your drink still may have been spiked with the drug GHB (gammahydroxybutyrate). GHB is a colourless, odourless liquid which has a salty taste. If you believe your drink still may have been spiked, you should leave it and purchase another one and keep a closer eye on it. To avoid your drink being tampered with follow the tips below- “What else can I do?”

Positive result

If you obtain a positive result then benzos have been detected in the sample. If the result is positive then you should not drink anymore of the suspect drink. If you have already drank some then ensure you tell your friends so they can keep an eye on you and they can also keep a closer eye on their own drinks. If you begin to feel drunk really quickly or feel any other unusual symptoms it is recommended that you leave the place you are in and go to a place of safety. You should also follow the tips above -“What should I do if I believe my drink has been spiked”.

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