Over The Counter False Positive Benzodiazepines

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honesty Says:
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I tested positive for benzo n I dont do any drugs at all I dont undrrdtand I have taken ibprophin n I was under allot of stress and was having trouble bastion so I took one pump of an asthma inhaler not thinking anything off it because again I don't do ANY type of drug were can I go to get a blood test to show what type of Benzo it the only thing I think it can be the asthma inhaler to top it all off I'm in court for custody n the judge hates me pls I need help I don't know about this stuff so I don't know what to do anybody pls r

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Olive13 Says:
I will be taking a drug screening in 2 weeks. On a daily basis I have been taking 6-8 tablets of Formula 303, which contains 6 parts Valerian Root (Quad-Strength) 1X, 3 parts Passiflora (Quad-Strength) 1X, 1 part Magnesium Carbonate 1X for chronic pain --herniated disc. How long will it take to clear from my system?....I am concerned about a false positive result.

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inspector gadget Says:
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Hello my husband tested positive for benzodiapine. The thing is he only been taking antibiotics and ibuprofen here and there when needed for pain. I've also only make a ginger tea with honey only natural. Is there anything else that can maybe contain it and cause him to be positive?. He's been taking the antibiotics for prostilitus.

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Annie Says:
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I know that this is a post from a few months ago but I have a pretty good answer to this question. Valerian Root will come back as a benzo. Notice something here? Valium-Valerian? They both break down into the same metabolite. Just because something is over the counter doesn't mesn it won't show up on a drug screen. Be very careful in the future and consult a doctor or pharmacist before taking anything if you are subject to drug screens.

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