Hello 2017! As we welcome the New Year, let us review the biggest and most viewed articles of 2016 in the TestCountry blog.
Designer drugs have become popular in recent years, and that’s why a lot of people are looking for information about some of these drugs. One of the trending articles this year was our feature on clonazolam, a fast-acting benzodiazepine with a high potential for addiction and tolerance.
As kratom emerges as one of the most popular topics of 2016, our article on the kratom sent online readers scrambling for more information about the kratom ban, which is increasingly expanding in more states. Although the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has not placed kratom under Schedule I, many U.S. states have pursued a ban on the use of this controversial substance.
This drug has probably risen in popularity after the death of legendary music icon Prince was linked to his use of a cocktail of drugs that included U-47700. Our article about U-47700 discussed everything that you need to know about the substance.
Whether you are a supporter or part of the opposition, you cannot deny the fact that news on kratom ban have become very popular this year. This feature on DEA’s decision to dismiss an earlier move to categorize kratom as a Schedule I drug became one of our most read articles this year.
Whatever the motive behind the boost in readership for this particular blog post — whether to become more informed or to learn how to cheat drug tests — this article on drug test cheating became our biggest story of the year.
We hope you learned so much from our articles in 2016. Rest assured, the TC blog will provide a lot more information about drug testing and trending topics on drugs.No tags for this post.