The Methamphetamine Drug Test is an easy, quick visually read screening method without the help of instrument. The test method utilizes polyclonal antibodies to selectively identify methamphetamine in urine sample with a high degree of sensitivity. D-methamphetamine is a controlled substance. The legally allowable level for methamphetamine is set at 1000 ng/ml in urine using the GC/MS detection method by U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Also available are the hair follicle drug tests for meth.
The One Step Methamphetamine Test is a chromatographic device which drug or drug metabolites in a sample compete with drug conjugate immobilized on a porous membrane support for limited antibody binding sites. ©Copyright Expomed 1995-2017
What is Methamphetamine? Meth is an addictive drug with potent central nervous system (CNS) stimulant properties. Those who smoke or inject it report a brief, intense sensation, or rush. Oral ingestion or snorting produces a long-lasting high instead of a rush, which reportedly can continue for as long as half a day. Both the rush and the high are believed to result from the release of very high levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine into areas of the brain that regulate feelings of pleasure. Long-term meth use results in many damaging effects, including addiction.Chronic meth abusers exhibit violent behavior, anxiety, confusion, insomnia, and psychotic features including paranoia, aggression, visual and auditory hallucinations, mood disturbances, and delusions such as the sensation of insects creeping on or under the skin. Such paranoia can result in homicidal or suicidal thoughts. Researchers have reported that as much as 50% of the dopamine-producing cells in the brain can be damaged after prolonged exposure to relatively low levels of meth. Researchers also have found that serotonin-containing nerve cells may be damaged even more extensively. Google