Mouth Swab Drug Test —What Is It and What You Need to Know About It

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Date:
Saturday, Feb 14, 2015

Yes. Cannabis can be detected by the use of a saliva drug test (oral fluid-based test). Also known as a mouth swab drug test, or a spit drug test, the saliva drug test is quickly gaining popularity among drug warriors. Why? A mouth swab drug test is cheap to administer and can be deployed anytime and anywhere for starters—allowing employers or law enforcement to randomly test for drugs. And the results of a mouth swab drug test are extremely accurate and immediate. Plus they don’t require anyone to piss in a cup or welcome a needle. Have one coming up? We recommend some Clear Choice Saliva Neutralizing Gum.

Because of the advantages of the saliva drug test it’s displacing the urine test which can be not only complicated but time-consuming to administer. Another key strength of the mouth swab drug test is that its detection times are generally shorter than that of a urine test too. Oh and in case you’re wondering how to beat a urine drug test synthetic urine is your best bet.

Well, a spit drug test is commonly performed by employers before an employee is hired, at random, after an accident or when an employer has reasonable suspicion that an employee is using drugs on the job. Employers can also use a swab test to check employees returning back to work for weed use.

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