Can a lab tell the difference between real and synthetic urine (2022)?
The short answer is no, if the synthetic pee is made correctly labs won't detect it, however, not all synthetic urines are the same quality and some are detectable when labs test for fake urine
, as we discuss in the following video.
[The video shows a syringe of water next to a vial of Dr John's Famous Pee Pee synthetic urine]. This is innovative research technology, the makers of the Urinator and Dr Johnâ€™s famous Pee pee. We have some frequently asked questions
that people have asked over the last 27 years, weâ€™ve been in business since 1998, and weâ€™re going to try to answer them pretty quick.
Can a lab tell the difference between real and synthetic urine?
The answer is if the synthetic urine was made correctly, they will not be able to determine it. However, keep in mind that not all synthetics are the same.
Innovative researchâ€™s Dr Johnâ€™s Famous Pee Pee is a concentrated liquid and it is basically self-preserving. There are no outside chemicals, foreign chemicals that are brought in to stabilise it, thatâ€™s why itâ€™s in concentrated form.
Most all synthetics Iâ€™ve seen on the market are either powdered or premixed. Of itâ€™s a premixed urine, the problem you have with premixed urine, is that bacteria growth can start growing. So what a lot of companies have had to do is they have started having to add some type of preservative, some type of anti-bacterial component to that urine so it will pass. The problem is that when you start adding foreign substances to something that should be all natural if the lab decides to look for that specific thing and they find it, theyâ€™re going to know that itâ€™s synthetic.
So Dr Johnâ€™s you donâ€™t have to worry about everything in its natural thatâ€™s found in it is found in the human body.
When it comes to pre mixes, I would be afraid of them. If labs decide to start testing, and Iâ€™m not sure if they have or not, but if they decide to start testing for outside components there has to be something there to stabilise the bacteria in the samples.
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Last update: 17.01.2022