It is a pity to see so many talented sports-persons being banned from participating in competitive sports because they tested positive for drugs. Athletes are always trying new drugs to improve their on-field performance so that they can beat their competitors, albeit dishonestly. They are ignorant of the fact that the authorities of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) are also coming up with new and sophisticated tests, so sensitive, that they can detect one part of drug in a million parts (by volume) of urine. If this is not enough, drugs remain in the hair follicles for more than three months. This means that the WADA authorities can easily detect the presence of drugs in the body of an athlete months after he or she has stopped taking them.
Not their fault
In rare cases, athletes are not directly responsible for drug abuse. They might have been prescribed a medicine by their physician for specific health concerns that contains drugs that were previously not in the list of banned drugs, regularly updated by WADA. A prime example of this is Maria Sharapova, the Russian tennis star. She had been taking drugs for many years to cure her heart ailment, and that medicine was not on the list of banned drugs. Unfortunately, she missed checking the updated list of banned drugs, which included a salt her medicine contained. Call this ignorance, but the authorities banned her from participating in competitive sports. However, they were not so harsh on her and lifted the ban after 15 months.
How to escape being trapped
You have several options before you to escape being trapped and subsequently being banned by WADA with the help of kits that help you cheat the authorities. While we do not support cheating, we believe that every athlete should be given the opportunity to rectify his mistakes and return to the mainstream. Testclear provides you with several kits that can help you pass the drug test successfully.
Those who have read the Testclear review will remember that fake urine is one of their primary products. It consists of a pouch containing a powder which, when mixed with water resembles human urine in aspects such as specific gravity, color, temperature, and pungent odor. Putting this powder in the receptacle provided for the athlete to pass his urine, he or she should put the powder and mix water with it, and provide the solution to the WADA authorities. The kit consists of:
• A vial which has powdered urine
• A 50ml transport vial with a temperature strip attached to it
• Two air activated heaters enclosed within a plastic packing