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Order the DRUG home test kit for only R119

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R75 for courier in cities, outlying areas cost more.


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Why should I use the Home Drug test kit?

  • Test in the privacy of your home
  • Quick, accurate results.
  • Confront the drug problem before it is too late.
  • Cost effective.
  • Convenient delivery.

Often there are signs that indicate there is something amiss with a loved one, and you simply cannot put your finger on what has changed. Rule out the possibility that drugs have made an appearance.

This kit tests for the presence of five different types of drug categories.

How do we deliver the Home Drug test kit?

You can decide how you would like to receive your Drug test kit.

The second option is to have your parcel couriered to your door. This service carries a charge of R75 and is most effective in major South African cities like Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town. Note that outlying areas and high risk areas cost more for delivery.

In order to make use of the same day courier option your payment would need to be received by us before 10am. Should your payment be received after 10am we will dispatch your parcel the following morning.

To ensure complete discretion we will never mark the packaging with details of the contents.

Typical packaging

Depending on suppliers we may have testing kits that vary slightly from the photos on this website.

Benefits of the Home Drug test kit:

  • It can be kept until needed
  • A few can be kept to facilitate random testing
  • Results are immediate
  • Tests for 5 different narcotic categories can be done at once
  • Pay by EFT or bank deposit for maximum anonymity.
  • Easy to use, easy to dispose of.


Contact SANCA (South African National Council on Alcholism and Drug Dependance)

Toll free: 086 14 72622

Telephone: 011 892 3829

I am worried that my child may start taking drugs, how can I prevent this?

All parents know this fear all too well. Our solution is simple: from the first sleepover at 9 years old, test your child for drug usage. Obviously at 9 years they will not have taken anything but testing instills the certainty that your child WILL be tested and that there is no alternative but for your child to "say no to drugs".

Test for Drugs in 5 minutes!

Above: The single use 5 Screen Home Drug Test kit supplied by Egenie PTY LTD.

What are the tell tale signs that someone is using drugs?

First be sure that there is not a prescription medicine that could be causing these symptoms.

Bear in mind that the symptoms mentioned could relate to any number of ailments

  • Neglecting responsibilities
  • Loss of sleep (Insomnia)
  • Sudden loss of weight
  • Valuables going missing
  • Personality withdrawal
  • continued distractedness
  • Sudden appearance of burn marks on clothing and other personal items
  • Sudden loss of apetite
  • Unnecessary risk taking

Click here to read more about drugs and their effects

What does the 5 Screen Drug Test look for and what are these drugs commonly called:

Narcotic Substance
Commonly known as
Minimum amount traceable by test
Amphetamine(AMP) Speed, Uppers, Obex 1.000ng/ml
Cocaine(COC) Cocaine, Coke, Crack, Rocks


Dagga(THC) Dagga, Hash, Marijuana, Weed


Methamphetamine(MET) Tik, Meth, Ice, Crystal Meth 1.000ng/ml
Morphine(MOP) Morphine, Heroine, Opiates, Opium 300ng/ml


Interpreting the results:

This 5 screen drug test will only register usage if the presence of a specific drug in the urine is higher than the minimum amount detectable as indicated by the table above.

Should you have reason to suspect that the test was passed but there are indeed drugs in use by the individual a medical practitioner will be able to advise you on which steps to follow.

Test cassette can deliver one of 3 results:

Negative = indicated by the marker appearing on both the spaces marked C and T (There is no discernible trace of the drug in the urine)

Positive = indicated by the marker appearing only in the space marked C (The presence of drugs in the urine is read as positive)

Invalid = The marker appears in the space marked T only. Redo the test with a new test kit.

Page last updated on 9 April 2015. The 5 Screen Home Drug Test kit is sold by eGenie (Pty) Ltd, 115 Maud Street, Florida, Johannesburg. Call 011 482 5135 office hours (Mon to Fri 8.00 to 17.00) or email sales@egenie.co.za.