What Can Cause A False Positive Drug Test For Benzodiazapime

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Ambien and lunesta. Lunesta is actually a theobenzodiazopine, meaning it acts on two GABA receptors in you brain where benzodiazepines such a xanax hits all 4 gaba receptors. I live in US but if you research lunesta, they actually use it in Canada as an anti-anxiety med to be taken throughout the day. Ambien and Lunesta are the two most common for showing false positive results for benzodiazepine. Hope this helps.

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That is NOT fair -- people should be told that they can be subjected to false positives!

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