Detect-Kit provides the same presumptive drug testing kits used by the United States Department of Justice. We are making that testing kits available to consumers online and retail locations as a harm reduction tool. Our drug testing kits allow individuals to screen unknown substances for possible toxic substance. How often, would you say, that you personally hear about someone overdosing on some substance be it on the news in your area, via the internet.. or just as bad, if not worse, personally…?
Drug education is not a complex subject. What are drugs? Why are they around, and why do people use them? Are they good or bad for you, and how so? What happens if someone uses them too much? What is the difference between different ones? How can one make the best informed decision about them? A lot of information is needed to cover these questions, and schools should have access to any information that can help educate their students better. Kids are naturally curious, and it is best to teach them comprehensively instead of using the tried-and-debunked approach of “just saying no”
- Overdosing and You: How to Recognize a Drug OverdoseDrug Overdose in America is a growing epidemic and while many individuals use these drugs freely without complications accidents can happen and overdose can be a result. It is important to be able to notice the signs of an overdose immediately as it can greatly increase the person’s chances of surviving.
- NALOXONE PROVIDES RELIEF FOR OVERDOSEThe introduction of naloxone also called narcan, a medication used to counter the effects of opioid overdose for drugs such as heroin, tramadol and morphine has called for the Good Samaritan laws to be revised.
- SAFETY TIPSSafety is an important part of daily life especially when having fun. Whether you stay inside or go out to party it is wise to stay safe and use your best judgements. Listed below are five safety tips that will keep you safe while partying.
- Drug InformationDetect-Kit’s drug information database has information on chemistry, pharmacology, Subjective effects, physical effects, cognitive effects, toxicity, addiction, potential, and drug interactions