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Karma Blend = Failed drug test for Meth use

Discussion in 'Unidentified blends' started by godztear, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. godztear

    godztear Silver Member

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    Nov 5, 2009
    31 y/o from Minnesota, U.S.A.
    It appears that the blend Karma (spelt with a backwords K) shows up as an abnormality for Methamphetamine on a standard 5 panel drug test, which is unfortunate for my girlfriend who was trying to get a job at a place that required a clean urinalysis. The sample has been sent off to the lab for further determination and we are awaiting the results, but the job Im afraid is no longer going to be an option regardless of the findings.

    This is an incense blend that can be found in Carbondale, IL at tobacco retail shops (at least one that I know of). I asked the store clerk if he knew what the blends were sprayed with and he admitted he had no clue, or he just didn't want to tell me.

    What are the possibilities of what is on these blends that would warrant a dirty drop for Meth use? And to anyone who seeks to avoid failing a drug test but intends to keep using these products, be warned. My girlfriend is now labeled as a meth user by the company she was applying to even though she has never tried meth in her life.
  2. radiometer

    radiometer bananadine addict Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Apr 13, 2005
    from U.S.A.
    There was a thread posted just last week from a member reporting that they had a positive test for methamphetamine after having used 4-fluoro-methamphetamine. Perhaps this compound in included in the product that your girlfriend used.

    Yet another good reason to avoid use of branded drugs which do not list their contents.
  3. fatal

    fatal Silver Member

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    Feb 19, 2006
    from U.S.A.
    A smoking blend with stimulants in it... that is extremely disturbing... Makes me glad I never try anything new...