I have been using the Certo drug test method for years now for my job search. It is a simple but effective test. The only thing I have to do is to pick up a small vial of blood from a person you trust, stick it in a small plastic bag, and send it off to the Certo lab for testing. The process is simple and effective.
In testing, the Certo lab uses a special chemical to strip away your body’s defenses. When your blood is tested, a small amount of the chemical is injected into you. The test is pretty easy, and the results are pretty clear. The testing can be expensive, but my results are always very accurate.
Because it’s a very accurate test, the results can be pretty clear. I have a lot of trust in the Certo lab. They are definitely not messing around.
While the idea of a Certo lab sounds awesome, the fact that it is expensive and requires you to have a particular drug in your system makes it a hard sell. Most people are allergic to certain drugs, and the idea of a lab that tests for a specific drug makes me shudder. I have heard some doctors and am very wary of them, but I will probably do a Certo test.
The idea of a Certo test is not to test for a specific drug or drug class, but to ensure your system’s blood is not contaminated. This is important as your blood can contain several different substances that could interfere with a Certo test.
This is not a new idea. The idea of using a drug test to determine a drug’s effect was first developed in the early 1900s. The drug was a specific drug that was used to test for it’s effects. This was done to ensure drugs were safe. One of the biggest problems with using a drug test is how well a person’s system can handle the test. If a drug is very strong and highly toxic for your body, the sample that is taken could easily become contaminated.
The problem with that is a false positive. This is where a person tests positive for a drug when, in fact, they are not under the influence of that drug. For example, on our tour of the new Deathloop, we got pulled over by a police officer. He said he found a marijuana cigarette in the car’s ashtray. Unfortunately, the cigarette was not the marijuana he’d smoked. After that, I asked him if he could smell the marijuana.
A test for marijuana would have been a lot more reliable, but he just said, “I’m afraid I can’t help you.” Which is fine, because we don’t really care what he says. What we do care about is whether or not he was positive for marijuana, or if we should take him to the station. But it’s not just that his body is tainted with THC. It’s the drug tests.