Western Slope Laboratory has developed a more accurate drug testing kit that simply uses a person's saliva, called the Schneider Test. With a small amount of a person's saliva, Western Slope Labs is able to identify most known and many unknown drugs that a person has taken in the previous 60 hours, and in some instances in the previous two weeks. A fruit-flavored tab (used to increase salivation) is placed into the mouth of the test person for about 60 seconds. That tab is then placed into an included tube and sent back to Western Slope Laboratory. Within 24 hours, results will be obtained that accurately show which drugs were, or are, in the person's body.