Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, the father of two, who wishes to remain anonymous, insists the test reading was the result of him eating poppy seed bread and buns the day before the test.
There’s nothing worse than when your dog actually did eat your homework, but you're still not believed.
However, Professor Johnston makes it clear that eating poppy seeds will not get you high any time soon.
It is common for hiring managers to utilize background checks and drug abuse tests when considering you for employment. Knowing this, it’s best that you avoid the following extensive list of substances for at least a few days before the test occurs, just to be safe.
Modern drug tests are quite accurate and effective, but nothing is 100%. The truth is, several substances can result in a positive test for drug use when you haven’t exposed yourself to drugs at all. This is what’s known as a “false positive.”
Most people are probably not aware that tonic water contains quinine, which is used to treat malaria. This is all fine and dandy, but unfortunately, this substance is also sometimes mixed with street drugs and can cause a false positive on a drug test. Stick with regular water for a day or two.