Originally Posted by shlver
Why is it a problem that it causes a false positive? All positives are confirmed by more advanced methods as you said and seeing dmaa is not banned, what do you have to worry about?
I know they do the more advanced screening for active duty personnel, but I don't know if they do it for potential recruits. My recruiter doesn't think they do. The reason is the cheap tests cost like $2 and the more advanced ones are closer to $200 each.
I tried to find a definitive answer on google but I couldn't, and if they don't that's just not a risk I'm willing to take.
Also someone negged me for this thread and called me a meth head