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MD DrugScreen 5 Panel Drug Test Cup w/Adulterants Review

When you need a one-step solution to test for 5 drugs at once, the MD DrugScreen 5 Panel Drug Test Cup with Adulterants is a great option. This easy to use drug test cup will give results in five minutes, is priced to meet your budget and 99% accurate. With FDA approval, this 5 panel urine drug test includes an adulterant validation test to ensure the integrity of the tested urine sample is sound.
The MD DrugScreen 5 Panel Drug Test is available in three categories: MDC-245AD tests for cocaine, marijuana, opiates, amphetamines and methamphetamines.MDC-654AD tests for cocaine, marijuana, opiates, methamphetamines and benzodiazepines.MDC-354AD tests for cocaine, marijuana, opiates, methamphetamines and oxycodone.Ensuring accurate results is incredibly important when testing potential job candidates for drug use. With the attached adulterant function, the MD DrugScreen 5 Panel Drug Test can detect for common substances used to mask the use of drugs, including eye drops, table salt, househ…

9 Natural Pain Killers: Alternative Treatments for Chronic Pain

In our lastpost, we discussed the growing problem of prescription drug abuse and how it’s been ruining lives across the world for years now. Painkillers are one of the most common prescription drugs for abuse, but many pain pill addicts begin taking these pills because a doctor prescribed them for chronic pain. If you or a loved one is facing chronic pain, it’s important to consider natural remedies before trying potentially addictive prescription pills.
Here are some of the best natural treatments for chronic pain: Exercise — Regular physical activity can boost your energy, improve your mood and reduce your pain. Exercise has two benefits: Strengthening the painful area to decrease pain, and by releasing endorphins, the body’s natural pain killer.Heat and ice — A combination of heat and ice can be an excellent way to temporarily soothe pain while your body works to heal on its own. If the injury is recent (i.e. it occurred within the last 48 hours), only use ice to help quell the pain.