Yes! I am not a neuroscientist, but I have read numerous articles and scientific papers on the subject, and I can tell you that “the science” is in. My friend and colleague, Anthony, is a psychologist, and he has conducted research into the science behind sonic drug tests.
I think the idea behind sonic drug tests is that while it’s not always true that the chemicals in drugs can be detected in the blood, there have been a number of instances where drug tests have been wrong. I think this is because the people who administer the tests have been using some of the chemicals incorrectly.
My friend Anthony has been conducting several studies into the use of sonic drug tests for more than a decade, and he has concluded that certain substances can be detected in the blood of humans with the naked eye. The tests are administered before the drug, which is commonly prescribed to the patient, is ingested.
So if a drug is detected in the body in this manner, then you can assume that that drug is present in the body. So we don’t need a drug test to say that there is a drug present, we just need to know what kind of drug it is. So it might be a good idea to just take a drug test.