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Date Rape Drug Hair Test (Benzo's, Rohypnol, Ketamine & GHB)

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Product ID: 1852

Product Description

  • Only Date Rape Drug Hair Test in Market
  • Easy Collection & Accurate Result
  • Long detection period (upto 3-6 mth)
  • Optional 100% Confidentiality
  • Accurate results by Accredited Laboratory
  • Quantified Analysis Hair Test Result
  • Shipping and lab fee included in the hair kit
  • Please be sure to provide a valid phone number and email address as this test requires that you sign and return a form before your order can be processed.

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2 - 5$389.00
6 - 10$379.00
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This is the ultimate drug test for detection of Date Rape Drugs (Benzo’s Rohypnol, Ketamine & GHB). It is the only commercially available hair drug tests in the market . The test is done an accredited laboratory that works as forensic lab with multiple Law Enforcement Agencies.

Please make sure to include possible date of incident on the form. Results will be available on average of 10 to 14 business days after sample is received at laboratory.

Tests give quantified analysis for detection of following drug classes:

Rohypnol: According to NIDA, Rohypnol's trade name for flunitrazepam, and this drug belongs to a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Rohypnol can incapacitate victims and prevent them from resisting sexual assault. This drug can produce "anterograde amnesia," which means individuals may not remember events they experienced while under the effects of the drug. Also, Rohypnol may be lethal when mixed with alcohol and/or other depressants.

Rohypnol is not approved for use in the United States, and its importation is banned. Illicit abuse of Rohypnol started appearing in the United States in the early 1990s, where it became known as "rophies," "roofies," "roach," and "rope."

Abuse of two other similar drugs appears to have replaced Rohypnol abuse in some regions of the country. These are clonazepam, marketed in the U.S. as Klonopin and in Mexico as Rivotril, and alprazolam, marketed as Xanax.

GHB: Since about 1990, GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate) has been abused in the U.S. for its euphoric, sedative, and anabolic (body building) effects. It is a central nervous system depressant that was widely available over-the-counter in health food stores during the 1980s and until 1992. It was purchased largely by body builders to aid in fat reduction and muscle building. Street names include "liquid ecstasy," "soap," "easy lay," "vita-G," and "Georgia home boy."

Coma and seizures can occur following abuse of GHB. Combining abuse of GHB with other drugs such as alcohol can result in nausea and breathing difficulties. GHB may also produce withdrawal effects, including insomnia, anxiety, tremors, and sweating. GHB and two of its precursors, gamma butyrolactone (GBL) and 1,4 butanediol (BD), have been involved in poisonings, overdoses, date rapes, and deaths.

Ketamine: Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic, so called because it distorts perceptions of sight and sound and produces feelings of detachment from the environment and self. Ketamine acts on a type of glutamate receptor (NMDA receptor) to produce its effects, similar to those of the drug PCP.1 Low-dose intoxication results in impaired attention, learning ability, and memory. At higher doses, ketamine can cause dreamlike states and hallucinations; and at higher doses still, ketamine can cause delirium and amnesia.

Results may read endogenous limits or exogenous limits when showing results for GHB.  Endogenous is the amount of GHB found in our bodies on a normal basis.  This amount varies from person to person.

Levels reported as endogenous means they are what are normally found in the person's system.  The date of the suspected incident is requested so that when the lab tests that timeframe, they find levels of GHB. They then test outside that date range to compare GHB levels during the suspected timeframe and then outside the timeframe. 

When GHB levels during the suspected timeframe and other timeframes are the same, the report shows an endogenous level.  If the levels are higher during the suspected time frame, the levels would be reported as exogenous meaning outside the normal levels.  A specific exogenous level would also be reported.

 The reporting of endogenous or exogenous levels is only true for GHB and NOT for Ketamine or Rohipnol.

One crucial thing to keep in mind is that the person in question should wait at least one month after the suspected incident to cut a hair sample from closest to the scalp to send in.

Please be sure to provide a valid phone number and email address as this test requires that you sign and return a form before your order can be processed.

International buyers are responsible for shipping the specimens back to the lab in the United States. TestCountry is not responsible for failed tests due to delays and/or miscollection of specimens.

The Chain of Custody Form is valid for one year after the date of purchase.

Ratings and Reviews

Reviews by other users:

"We got this test for my daughter after an incident at a party and we were able to find out that she had in fact been druged with something. "
"It can take a bit of prodding to let a teenaged girl cut her hair for a test but the hair comes from the base of the neck so it doesn’t show too badly. The wait time is reasonable and everything is confidential. "
"confidentiality was my biggest concern but I’m satisfied with the way everything was handled. When waiting for test results like this no wait time is ever good but I wasn’t kept waiting an overly long time. "

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