The Carlson Company
The Carlson Company is a DNA diagnostics center that provides DNA testing services worldwide. Get faster drug test results with our certified testing lab today!
10343 Federal Blvd. Suite J- 401Westminster, 80260 United States

Toll Free: (866) 889-3410
Direct: (719) 531-6666

Recreational Street /Rave Drug Testing/GHB Drug Test

Recreational Street / Rave Drug Testing

By Mail Lab Testing For Controlled Drugs – Steroids – Marijuana- Synthetic Marijuana – Cannabinoids ( fake pot) – Mephedrone (MDPV) THC (Hashish) – Cocaine – Amphetamines – PCP – Methamphetamines – Drugs of Abuse-Burandanga -Scopolamime.

Including Street Drugs, Date Drugs, Predator Drugs, Recreational Drugs, Inhalants, Sexual Assault Drugs, Club Drugs, Abuse Drugs, and more
  • FREE CONSULTATION
  • Providing certified, confidential, private, toxicology and DNA lab testing services to meet your specific needs
  • No doctor’s referral required
  • Convenient by mail test sample submission
  • Keep your identity anonymous when Chain of Custody is not a consideration
The Carlson Company Inc. is not affiliated with any government or law enforcement agency
Looking for date rape drug testing?
Looking for drugs of abuse testing?
Listed below are just a few of the drug test panels we offer – Custom panels available upon request
The minimum, acceptable, hair strand sample for testing is a group of hair strands at least the diameter of a pencil when held between your finger and thumb, at least a quarterof an inch or so. Collect your strand sample at the skin or scalp level, HAIR ROOTS or FOLLICLES are not required. Full length hair samples are strongly recommended with the skin or scalp end tightly foiled for chronology identification and shipping. Questions, call us at 866-889-3410. If your sample is not adequate you will be required to send more.
Five (5) panel drug test evaluation*
Marijuana Cocaine Methamphetamines Opiates Amphetamines
Testing Specimens may include Urine, Oral Fluid, Hair, and Nail Clippings
Five (5) panel “hair only” drug test evaluation*
Marijuana PCP Methadone Benzodiazipenes Amphetamines
Testing Specimen-hair strands only
Five (5) panel “hair only” extended drug test evaluation* includes
Oxycodone (Percoset-Oxycotin-Percodan) Hydrocodone (Vicodin-Lorcet-Lortab) Hydromorphone (Dilaudid)
Testing Specimen-hair strands only
Ten (10) panel drug test evaluation*
Marijuana Methamphetamines Opiates (Codeine-Morphine) Benzodiazipenes Propoxyphene
Amphetamines Cocaine Phencyclidine-PCP (Angel Dust) Barbiturates Methadone
Testing Specimens may include Urine, Oral Fluid, Hair, and Nail Clippings
Drugs of Abuse / Extended Opiates
Codeine Hydrocodone Oxymorphone Meperidine
Morphine Hydromorphone Tramadol
Evaluations for the presence of psyocactive Mephedrone (MDPV) .
Required testing samples, blood, urine or sample of suspected product.
Maybe marketed as plant food, bath salts, more.
Please call for additional information. 1-866-889-3410
Synthetic Cannabinoids

We offer a Synthetic Cannabinoid 16 Test Panel*as shown below We also offer stand alone testing for the presence of any of the Cannabinoids also called (“fake pot”) listed below

JWH-018* JWH-019 JWH-200 JWH-081 HU-308 HU-211 C8-Homolog CP-490
JWH-015 J WH-073 JWH-250 JWH-251 HU-210 CP47, 497 Salvinorina CP-55
K2, Spice, or ? Incense – Known brand names that may contain synthetic Cannabinoids *JWH – Dr.John W. Huffman, a researcher at Clemson University who first experimented and the synthesized the compound known as JWH 18.
Common myths associated with synthetic Marijuana
  • These herbal products are natural
  • They are not harmful or toxic
  • Suitable for use by humans
List of Synthetic Cannabinoids
Below is a partial list of synthetic Cannabinoids that have been used illicitly or may have potential for illicit use in the future.
  • JWH-015
  • JWH-018
  • JWH-073
  • JWH-081
  • JWH-133
  • JWH-200
  • JWH-250
  • JWH-398
  • CP 47,497
  • CP 55,244
  • CP 55,940
  • HU-210
  • HU-211
  • WIN 55,212-2
Products that may contain or have been previously found to contain Synthetic Cannabinoids: (It should be noted that the speed of innovation in this area means that any list of products is likely to become quickly outdated.)
  • Spice Smoke Blend
  • K2
  • Genie
  • Yucatan Fire
  • Skunk
  • Sence
  • Smoke
  • ChillX
  • Highdi™s Almdrhner
  • Earth Impact
  • Gorillaz
  • Galaxy Gold
  • Space Truckin
  • Solar Flare
  • Moon Rocks
  • Blue Lotus
  • Aroma
  • Scope
  • Sky
  • OG Potpourri
Medications found to contain synthetic Cannabinoids:
  • Dronabinol (Marinol)
  • Nabilone (Cesamet)
  • Sativex
  • Rimonabant (SR141716/Acomplia)
Caveat – Cannabinoid Sample Evaluation
Our laboratory report certifies test result based on a test specimen as submitted by our client. Clients and/or any other end users are specifically prohibited from using our copyrighted physical test report to endorse any product, in claiming that a product has any characteristics or lack of characteristics or implying that the lab has in any way certified any particular uses for or quality of any tested product or substance. Clients and/or any other individual or entity receiving any test report are not authorized to violate copyright protection. Clients and/or any other individuals or entities receiving our certified test report are strictly prohibited from using the physical test report for the promotion of any illegal activity or to promote any commercial venture.
Steroid Testing Evaluation*
Androstenedione Flouxymesterolone Mesterolone 17-a-Methyltestosterone Methenolone Methandrostenolone
Boldenone Nandrolone Norethandrolone Oxandrolone Stanozolol Trenbolone
*Acceptable Steroid group test samples, blood/urine
*Average certified test result turn around time, 12-14 business days, most cases.
*Our test reports are court supportable when using strict Chain of Custody sample collection procedures.
Top Ten Drug Killers
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  • TOBACCO : biggest killer (400,000 deaths/year)
  • ALCOHOL : most widely abused legal substance
  • PRESCRIPTION DRUGS : dangerously addictive, rising in popularity
  • METHAMPHETAMINE : labeled an epidemic problem by the press
  • MARIJUANA : most widely abused illegal substance
  • MDMA (ECSTASY) : little research on long term effects, still popular
  • CRACK COCAINE : cheap, destructive, drug making a comeback
  • HEROIN : highly addictive drug making a comeback in some areas
  • STEROIDS : horrible side effects, the toll they’re taking on athletes
  • INHALANTS : abuse is on the rise among youth again
First-time substance users generally don’t find their drugs on the street. They find it in their home among everyday items used by the family. Do you have aerosol cans, cleaning fluids, and removers scatters around your house? These are inhalants, a gateway drug easily accessible by young teens.
Inhalants are products that produce breathable chemical vapors that cause mind-altering affects, similar to alcohol. Because inhalants are breathed, they quickly enter the user’s blood system, causing an almost immediate affect. According to the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 729,000 young people, ages 12 and up, used some type of inhalant to get high during the past 12 month period. 70% of these first-time users were under 18. In fact, 1 in 5 children will abuse inhalants by the 8th grade. 8th grade students show the highest level of inhalant abuse, with a higher percentage being female.
Why do young people use inhalants? It’s easy they can find them anywhere around their own home or garage. They are also cheap. Common types of inhalant products include but are not limited to:
  • Spray paint
  • Nail polish remover
  • Hair spray
  • Cleaning fluids
  • Lighter fluid
  • Gasoline
  • Paint thinner
  • Felt-tipped markers
  • Glue
How are these everyday products used to get high? The inhalant user may sniff or snort the fumes directly from the container. They may also spray the product directly into their nose or mouth. Other ways fumes are introduced include bagging, where the vapor is sprayed directly into a plastic or paper bag, then placed over the nose and mouth to breathe the fumes; and huffing. Huffing occurs when a rag or clothing is soaked with the product, then it is held over the nose and mouth or even stuffed into the mouth.
How can parents recognize the signs and symptoms of inhalant use? We would first like to recommend prevention, and this is a good month to get started, National Poison Prevention Month. Lock up or protect any products that could potentially be abused. Keep an inventory of items and pay attention to how quickly products are used up. Then look for these common signs and symptoms:
Intoxication similar to someone that has used alcohol
  • Spray paint
  • Nail polish remover
  • Hair spray
  • Cleaning fluids
  • Lighter fluid
  • Gasoline
  • Paint thinner
  • Felt-tipped markers
  • Glue
Inhalant abuse is not something to be taken lightly. The products used are toxic and hazardous. Improper use of inhalants can cause damage to the brain and nervous system; organ damage; convulsions and seizures; choking caused from inhaled vomit; secondary injuries from accidents; and even death.
Drugs are chemicals or substances that change the way our bodies work. When you put them into your body (often by swallowing, inhaling, or injecting them), drugs find their way into your bloodstream and are transported to parts of your body, such as your brain. In the brain, drugs may either intensify or dull your senses, alter your sense of alertness, and sometimes decrease physical pain.
A drug may be helpful or harmful. The effects of drugs can vary depending upon the kind of drug taken, how much is taken, how often it is used, how quickly it gets to the brain, and what other drugs, food, or substances are taken at the same time. Effects can also vary based on the differences in body size, shape, and chemistry.
Although substances can feel good at first, they can ultimately do a lot of harm to the body and brain. Drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco, taking illegal drugs, and sniffing glue can all cause serious damage to the human body. Some drugs severely impair a person’s ability to make healthy choices and decisions.
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For your information
Our preferred sample for drug testing and evaluation is full length hair strands collected at the skin or scalp level. Roots or follicles are not required so no need to “pluck” your hair strand sample. We can test other body hair including eyebrows, underarm, chest, back, arms, legs, and pubic. These samples can reflect drug ingestion for a 6 (six ) month period of time prior to the sample collection date due to a much slower growth rate. The average growth rate for human scalp hair is about 1/2″/month. Therefore, for the sake of discussion, let’s say that you ingested some type of drug about three (3) months ago and you collected your hair strand test sample today. Assuming the amount of the drug you ingested was at a detectable level that drug would likely be found in the third half inch segment measured from the scalp out. We also assume that the segment containing the detectable drug was not trimmed or cut away. Be sure that the sample you submit for testing meets these guidelines
Excellent Reference Source for Drug Detection Periods
Scroll down to learn more about identification and descriptions of Drug and Toxic substances
Hair Testing for Nutrients, Toxins, Poisons, Heavy Metals
The most common illicit drugs taken by drug users over the age of 12 are Marijuana, Cocaine, and Hallucinogens (LSD, PCP, MDMA (Ecstasy)
More about hair drug testing
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Hair color is not a factor in hair testing due to the process of Hydrolysis.
  • Alternate sample sources that may be used for testing include hair collected from the underarms, legs, arms, chest, and pubic.
  • Sensitive GC/MS or LC/MS/MS technology has the ability to distinguish and measure metabolite from environmental exposures
  • Non-invasive sample collection
  • Cost effective
  • Sample stability
  • Custom segmentation testing for longer detection periods of drug use. Human hair normally grows about 1/2″/month, e.g. a 6″ hair strand can provide information regarding trace amounts of toxins, poisons, heavy metals, and many other drugs stored in the hair strands one year ago.
*TYPICAL DRUG DETECTION PERIODS FOLLOWING SUBSTANCE INGESTION RELATED TO BLOOD AND URINE*
Substance Urine Blood
Alcohol 35 days via Ethyl Gluconoride (EtG) metabolite or 10/12 hours via traditional method 12 hours
Amphetamines (except meth) 1 to 2 days 12 hours
Methamphetamine 2 to 4 days 24 hours
Barbiturates (except Phenobarbital) 2 to 3 days 1 to 2 days
Phenobarbital 7 to 14 days 4 to 7 days
Cannabis Therapeutic use: 3 days. Chronic use (over one year): 4 to 6 weeks 6 to 48 hours
Cocaine
  • Single Use: 5 to 7 days
  • Prolonged Use: 3 to 4 weeks.
12 days
Codeine 2 to 4 days with exceptions for certain kidney disorders 24 hours
Cotinine (a break-down product of nicotine) 2 days 12 hours
Morphine 2 to 4 days 2 to 4 days
Heroin 2 days 6 hours
LSD 2 to 24 hours 0 to 3 hours
Methadone 3 days 24 hours
PCP 14 days; up to 30 days in chronic users 24 hours
Note: Drugs/ poisons / toxins / heavy metals can be detectable in hair strands (hair without the roots or follicles attached) about thirty (30) days following exposure. The average human head hair strand growth rate is about one half inch per month. Other bodily hair strands including arms, legs, underarms, pubic, and chest are also valuable samples for testing.
* These values are based on test samples collected from a sample donor with a typical metabolism.*
*Variables include amount, potency, frequency of ingestion. Users may metabolize drugs at different rates.*
Factors which affect metabolism:
  • amount and frequency of use
  • the body’s rate of metabolism
  • your body mass (size)
  • your age
  • your urine pH
  • your tolerance to drugs or alcohol
  • and your overall health
*The strength of the dosage and frequency of ingestion can extend the detection period time*
LEGAL CHALLENGES:
  • SAMPLE / SPECIMEN INTEGRITY
  • PROPER CHAIN OF CUSTODY
  • TRAINED & CERTIFIED COLLECTION PERSONNEL
  • DATIA CERTIFIED COLLECTION FACILITIES
  • CONTRADICTION IN MULTIPLE SAMPLE RESULTS
  • MUST HAVE GC/MS OR LC/MS CONFIRMATIONS ON PRESUMPTIVE POSITIVE TESTING
  • Hair segmentation testing can provide a thirty (30) day approximation date regarding a single ingestion or on going over a period of time to establish use pattern.
  • ETG, âœdate rape drugs, anabolic steroids and other custom panels available
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We offer 400+ distinct substance test evaluations to meet your particular needs.
Identification and Descriptions of Drug and Toxic substances
Marijuana
The cannabis plant. A preparation made from the dried flower clusters and leaves of the cannabis plant, usually smoked or eaten to induce euphoria.
Cocaine
A colorless or white crystalline alkaloid, C17H21NO4, extracted from coca leaves, sometimes used in medicine as a local anesthetic especially for the eyes, nose, or throat and widely used as an illicit drug for its euphoric and stimulating effects.
PCP
phd – A drug, C17H25N, used in veterinary medicine as an anesthetic and illegally used as a hallucinogen; PCP.
Methamphetamines
An amine derivative of amphetamine, C10H15N, used in the form of its crystalline hydrochloride as a central nervous system stimulant, both medically and illicitly.
Amphetamines
A colorless, volatile liquid, C9H13N, used as a central nervous system stimulant in the treatment of certain conditions, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, and narcolepsy, and abused illegally as a stimulant.
Barbiturates
A class of chemicals derived from barbituric acid or thiobarbituric acid. Many of these are medically important as sedatives and hypnotics (sedatives, barbiturate), as anesthetics, or as anticonvulsants.
Methadone
A potent synthetic narcotic drug, C21H27NO, that is less addictive than morphine or heroin and is used as a substitute for these drugs in addiction treatment programs. It may also be used for chronic pain management.
Methaqualone
A potent synthetic narcotic drug, C21H27NO, that is less addictive than morphine or heroin and is used as a substitute for these drugs in addiction treatment programs. It may also be used for chronic pain management
Morphine
A bitter crystalline alkaloid, C17H19NO3·H2O, extracted from opium, the soluble salts of which are used in medicine as an analgesic, a light anesthetic, or a sedative. Also called morphia.
Benzodiazepines
Any of a group of chemical compounds with a common molecular structure and similar pharmacological effects, used as anti anxiety agents, muscle relaxants, sedatives, hypnotics, and sometimes as anticonvulsants
Opiates
A drug, hormone, or other chemical substance having sedative or narcotic effects similar to those containing opium or its derivatives: a natural brain opiate. Also called opioid. Something that dulls the senses and induces relaxation or torpor.
Ketamine
A general anesthetic given intravenously or intramuscularly and used especially for minor surgical procedures in which muscle relaxation is not required.
Rohypnol
A trademark used for the drug flunitrazepam. A powerful sedative drug, C16H12FN3O3, that is illegal in the United States but is used elsewhere as a hypnotic and in anesthesia. It is popularly known as the date rape drug because its ability to cause semi consciousness and memory blackouts has led to its association with unwanted sexual encounters.
GHB
A fatty acid C4H8O3 that is a metabolite of gamma-amino butyric acid, that is a depressant of the central nervous system, and that is used illicitly to produce sedative and euphoric effects or to stimulate release of growth hormone to increase muscle mass called also gamma Hydroxybutyrate. GHB drug test is effective to confirm if the blood has traces of GHB in it.
Xanax
Alprazolam, like all benzodiazepines, has the potential for abuse. Although it is not manufactured illegally and its misuse and abuse is dwarfed by benzodiazepines like flunitrazepam and temazepam, it is still often diverted to the black market, particularly in the United States where alprazolam is the most widely prescribed benzodiazepine. The state of relaxation, anxiolysis, and disinhibition induced by benzodiazepines is the main reason for their illicit use.
Acceptable test specimens you can submit by mail for evaluation
  • hair
  • nails
  • saliva
  • blood
  • urine
  • any body fluid or combination of the above
  • likely sample sources for DNA
The analysis can also include a screen for heavy metals (e.g. arsenic, gold, mercury, platinum, lead, silver, etc..
Standard TAT( turn around time) is 12-14 business days. Express service is available with TAT( turn around time) being three to five (3-5) business days following sample reception. Express service is subject to additional fees.
Our testing laboratory evaluates client samples using the latest in instrumentation including; EIA, GC/MS, ICP-MS, IC/ICP-MS, Fluorescence, HPLC * See Below.
Lab Analytical Capabilities
GCMS – Gas Chromatography Coupled Mass Spectroscopy
ICP-MS – Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometry (chemical analysis)-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
HPLC – High-performance liquid chromatography
Microscopy
Custom Toxicology Testing designed to meet your sample testing requirements

Non-invasive sample collection
Non-invasive sample collection