29. April 2015 · Write a comment · Categories: News

Forbes has an article out talking about who benefits from drug testing, besides them and their cronies? The article touched on the fact that drug testing is big business and groups are pushing hard to make sure as many drug test should be done as possible.

At a cost of ~$45 per drug screen, it would cost ~$5,431,995,000 to screen all 120,711,000 full-time employees. As Dr. Lundberg stated, “This is terrific for the laboratory industry and all the attorneys who will argue these cases . . . but should we spend that kind of money?’ He wrote. ‘In fact, we have not found one proper cost-benefit analysis of this process’ in the medical literature.” Dr. Lundberg, among others, has expressed outrage at “chemical McCarthyism.

Even one politician pushing for drug testing was found to have a financial stake if his state started drug testing for welfare.

Conveniently, Rick Scott pushed mandatory drug testing—provided, in part, by his wife’s company, Solantic. Scott transferred his $62 million stake in the company to his wife only a few months before mandating drug testing for state employees and welfare recipients. Many companies provide drug testing, including Quest, LabCorps, Roche, and Mobile Diagnostic Testing. There are programs by DATIA and others on how to start your own testing business or become a contractor.

Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/judystone/2015/02/17/the-sham-of-drug-testing-walker-scott-and-political-pandering/

03. April 2015 · 202 comments · Categories: News

xstream-synthetic-urine-boxXStream Fetish Urine is new fake urine that caught my eye one day when we ordered some for calibration of our equipment and to test it’s quality. Like most synthetic urine’s on the market, XStream Urine is 100% drug metabolite free and requires no mixing and is ready-to-use out of the box after a quick ten seconds in he microwave.

The results came back for balanced pH, specific gravity, creatinine, uric acid, urea, amino acids, protein,and few other urine characteristics. What really separated this synthetic urine from the others on the market was it actually smells like urine and foams when shaken up.

Unlike quick fix urine that can be reheated unlimited times before your, Xstream urine is a single use only, meaning once opened and heated must discard or used quickly.

While I’ve said before that labs can NOT LEGALLY REJECT OR FAIL urine samples because of lack of foam or smell, if you paranoid about not having that urine smell or foam this if the product to use.


 XStream Synthetic Urine before and after shaken photos


XStream Urine Bottle unshaken


XStream foams like urine when shaken