Stemulite Passes Any Drug Screen

Stemulite Passes Any Drug Screen

We recently had a great question from a regular Stemulite user that is very timely. This individual was concerned that Stemulite might show up negatively in a drug screen this person had to submit to in order to get a new job.

I would paraphrase but nothing like the original communication will do it justice. Here is the entire email string with the senders email taken out of course:

Hello Jamee,

First off let me say congratulations on your new job and also let you know that we are very pleased that Stemulite Fitness Formula is working so well for you. Your comments are greatly appreciated.

As far as a drug screen is concerned please be rest assured that nothing will show up as a drug, steroid or steroid pre-cursor. We have routinely passed the most rigorous screening processes with the NCAA, NFL, MLB and NBA screening processes as we have many professional athletes that take Stemulite Fitness Formula.

Again, best of fortune and health to you in your endeavors and, as always, please feel free to call us any time!

Matthew Wagner

On Jan 17, 2013, at 11:07 AM, Jamee Saprito wrote:

I read all the information about the active and all natural ingredients in Stemulite. I am a woman and I have been taking Stemulite fitness formula for men because I am into serious bodybuilding. I have nothing but good things to say about this stuff. I have gained muscle in my arms that I didn't know I had. I am 50 years old and I look and feel like I am in my late 30's early 40's. This is no doubt an awesome product and well worth the money. But I have applied for this great job and I may have to take a pre-screen drug test as a condition of employment. Will this fitness formula show up as a drug or as steriod use? Just curious. I hope not because I love this stuff. Thank you I look forward to your reply.

Sincerly happy customer,

Jamee Saprito

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