ORAL Saliva Drug test 479-629-4986


Rapid K2 (SPICE) Oral Fluid Test Now Available

(Contact Allan at amarx@gotchadwi.com)

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Do you want to know if someone is using any type of drug?

“For Forensic Use Only”

Use the saliva test and know the answer in minutes. No more urine testing that can be altered. No Question Pass or Fail

1. Amphetamine can be detected as early as 5 to 10 minutes and up to 48 hours after  use.

2. Methamphetamine as early as 5 to 10 minutes and up to 48 hours after use.

3. Cocaine as early as 5 to 10 minutes and up to 24 hours after use.

4. Marijuana (THC) up to 24 hours after use

5. Benzodiazepines(BZO) Alprazolam (common brand names Helex, Xnax, Onax, Alprox, Resty, Paxal.

6. Oxycodone (OXY) Oxy Contin, Tylox, Percodan,Percocet, tylox

7. Methadone(MTD)

8. Barbiturates(BAR) short acting (100mg) 4 to 5 days/ Long acting 400 mg 7 days

9. Alcohol(ACL)

10. Buprenorphine

11 .Methadone metabolite

12. Opiates:   such as Codeine, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Methadone, Fentanyl

13. Propoxyphene:   such as Darvocet, Darvon, and Propacet  

14.  Synthetic marijuana (K2/Spice)

These tests can be made to test any of these drugs up to 12 per test. I have a minimum order of 250 tests if custom order.

I recommend a test made of most abused drugs in my area.

OralTox (OralTox 9 Panel
9 Panel w/Amp,Bar,Bzo,Coc,Mtd,Meth,Opi,Oxy,Thc

$298.75 (case of 25)



Sheriff Departments, Police Departments, Parole, Probation, Drug Courts

The Saliva Test is a easy to use, inexpensive, and will have results in minutes.

BUY NOW and save lives, Save the future of our children.

If your department needs to order by a purchase order e mail amarx@premierbiotech.com


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28 thoughts on “ORAL Saliva Drug test 479-629-4986”

  1. I love this and would like to have some more information to take to my Superintendent & School Borad. This would be a great tool for me as the Director of safety and security. I would love to be able to start useing it this year.

  2. I am adding information every day hope when you view the site your see the updates
    Thanks Allan

  3. These test are a must for any Law Enforcement Agency and or employer who wants reliable, honest and hard working employees for that fact.

  4. Yes, a law enforcement Officer can pull someone over with PC. Then do standard field sobriety testing. If suspect passes they can go on their way, if failure give them the test. Then it can be sent to the lab for confirmation for a fee, but now you have PC. Next they can give them a urine test for confirmation at the crime lab. Either way we can keep the streets safe from impaired drivers.
    Thanks for the comment LT.

  5. I have made contact with Oklahoma board of tests. Please have all OK law enforcement get on board. OK has has had saliva testing on their books since 2004. After looking into it, the Board of Tests have not approved a test yet for law enforcement to use. This test will pass everything needed to go forward please help support this test for approval.
    Thanks Eric

  6. I hope all agencies catch on to this product. This could be an outstanding tool for Lawenforcement.

  7. Thanks Captain, we all know that we have impaired drivers on the roads. This product can help Officers streamline arrests. Instead of a 3 to 4 hour test it can be completed in minutes. Saving time, money, and overtime costs of Officers having to be called out to conduct a DRE test.

  8. Hey Alan, I used the test that you provided the other day, A preacher who was under the influence was arrested and denyed everything, accept when I did the test, he admitted having done Marijuana in the last several days. Although the test showed positive for Methamphetamine. It was later determined that he was under the influence of Methamphetamine. Thanks for providing this paticular test.

    Cpl. Dixon

  9. Thanks Lance, glad to hear positive results. Remember marijuana will only show about the last 24 hours of marijuana use. That way it will prove after a sobriety test they are under the influence now.
    Thank You, and keep up the great work Allan

  10. I like your great information! Really good detail pertaining to heroine addiction
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  11. This is a great tool for law enforcement!!! As a K 9 Officer, we often deal with suspects that deny any illegal narcotics use after a positive alert. This tool could help bridge that gap.

  12. Great idea, great point when a K-9 Officer knows that his dog has a positive alert and no drugs are located this will show that your partner has a good alert

  13. Long needed product that will save lives! There are many people driving under the influence of drugs every day, putting public safety at risk. This may be our best tool to help keep our families safe on the road!

  14. Thanks Boyd, This WILL help all Law Enforcement and Employers know the truth in a short time. Thanks for your comment and keeping our roads safe.
    Lt. Allan Marx

  15. -Dave now that I think about it ,this product can go way beyond law enforcement parolees air traffic controllers,school bus drivers,etc. but as long as it isn’t abused,privacy….you know, kinda like taxes always thinking of new ways to take our constitution al rights good of the product you have come up with mr. Einstein definitely out way the negatives .im sure you get my point politely

  16. Yes, the sky is the limit. If we can start letting people know that a drug test can be given anytime, anywhere and not be defeated they will think twice and stay off street drugs and prescription drugs that are not prescribed to them.

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  18. I am 100% in favor of keeping impaired drivers off our streets. However, as individual with ADHD who takes adderall (amphetamine-salt combo) for improved focus (which makes my driving safer), I have grave concerns about the use of swab tests at sobriety checkpoints. These tests are administered without probable cause, therefore even as a sober driver I could be forced to submit to one of these tests and subjected to a lot of expense and even detained for having a legally prescribed drug in my system. I presume an attorney could easily have such a case dismissed, but after what cost to me in terms of time, money and inconvenience?

  19. Concerned citizen, the only way that you will be given the OralTox is 1.Probable cause for the stop. 2. Reasonable suspicion that you are under the influence. 3. You fail the field sobriety test. 4. You are tested and test positive.
    If you are only under the influence of your prescribed medicine (NOT MIXED WITH ALCOHOL) You will pass the field sobriety test with no problem.
    We are having a terrible problem that people are self medicating without a prescription, mixing their prescription with alcohol or another drug.

    Most Doctors that prescribe drugs that will impair actually make the patients sign an agreement that they WILL NOT drive when taking certain medications.
    Have a great day and I hope this helped

  20. Rarely do I visit a site that’s both entertaining and educated, and let me let you know, you may have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is excellent; the problem is that not enough people are speaking about it.

  21. First the Officer can preform a field sobriety test. If they pass the field sobriety test they will be on their way if they fail they will be given the OralTox. Marijuana will stay in the saliva up to 24 hours, this is the best way to prove impairment while driving. If the suspect wants to be given a blood test to confirm the saliva test the suspect will be given that opportunity as long as the suspect pays for the test. This is for the safety of all drivers on the roads.

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