Does synthetic urine work for lab tests?
The short answer is that some do and others may not depending on the lab tests. As such, it's important to use the right urine for your test in order to help ensure that you pass your test.
The video below goes into the question in more detail as to the reason why some synthetic urines are better than others and some may leave you with issues if you want to pass.
[Video opens showing a slightly opaque clear plastic syringe and a vial of concentrated synthetic urine, resting on an orange counter top, with the white heading saying Does synthetic urine work for lab tests?] 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.
Does synthetic urine work for lab tests? The answer to that in my opinion is some of them do, some of them donâ€™t. It depends on the lab test. Thereâ€™s a lot of synthetic urines on the market that do not have a history I think that they keep having to change their formulations. When Innovative Research Designs designed Dr Johnâ€™s Synthetic pee, basically we put everything we could possibly know that was in human urine and put it in the synthetic and it was designed by a medical doctor. That has shown over the last twenty seven years that we havenâ€™t had to do any updates. Any company that selling synthetic urine and constantly has updated versions, that gives you an idea of their knowledge about urine because human urine doesnâ€™t change. Over the last hundreds and hundreds if not thousands of years, human urine will remain the same. But yet when you start having to change your formula, thatâ€™s showing a weakness that you had because obviously you didnâ€™t do it right the first time. So, our synthetic urine Dr Johnâ€™s Famous Pee Pee, does work for lab tests, yes it does, however, other synthetic urines also may have components that you have to worry about.
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Last update: 13.01.2022