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Drug Identification Kits

Drug Identification Kits

At TestCountry you will find only easy to use, highly accurate instant & lab based drug testing kits. Check product information to see if the tests / labs are FDA cleared or CLIA accredited.

CLIA Waived Tests TestCountry knows that those working in clinical settings require CLIA waived drug testing solutions for point of care testing. We offer high quality, name brand test cups to suit all of your drug testing needs including our DrugConfirm Advanced Cups, T-Cup Urine Drug Test Cups, iCup Flat Panel Drug Cups, E-Z Split Key Cups and our CLIA Waived Drug Testing Cups, all of which are CLIA Waived and 510(k) FDA Approved.

We also bring you the latest in drug testing innovation with the VacuLid Urine Specimen Transfer Device that works in conjunction with all T-Cups. All of our test cups provide reliable and accurate, hospital quality results within minutes. We're also proud to offer more test panels than any other testing on the market. Let's work together to find the best solutions for your organization.


Home based drug testing kits are the easy-to-use kits which are particularly useful for periodic monitoring without getting into the trouble of sending samples to labs and receiving reports. There are several such kits available in the market that facilitates immediate detection of various drugs, steroids, heavy metals, biomarkers etc. in the blood. On the basis of type of sample used and type of substance tested for, many variants of these kits have evolved and most of them work either on the principles of antigen-antibody interactions or simple calorimetric reactions. Various compound specific antibodies or substrates are developed which are either labeled with various dyes or which react to produce colored-reaction products for detection on the basis of simple color change. These labeled antibodies or substrates are than coated onto strips which are part of these kits. When test sample is applied onto these strips, presence of drug/steroid/heavy metal or the biomarker in the sample induces antibody-antigen interactions or calorimetric reactions followed by a color change which indicates the presence of the component tested for. Some kits use swabs, instead of strips, that change their color if the suspected compound is present in the sample. In these kits, rough quantitative approximation can be made on the basis of intensity of color or time taken to develop the color.


"Through Test Country's service, I was able to confirm a health concern that I was experiencing and I am getting healthier now as a result. I would highly recommend their safe, easy and confidential services." (through anonymous survey form)