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>For an instant test these are fine, a lab GC/MS test will flag synthetic I believe.
Real is always better, yes, and not every GC/MS test tests for the same "adulteration checks," but the two main ones I've seen from all three separate institutions I've ever had a GC/MS test done with
...(all of my every 90 day drug testing is done via unsupervised GC/MS...so in my personal case which isn't what you were replying/referring to, I'd have to use someone else's urine that also magically has bupe, d-amph, several SSRI/low dose atypical antipsychotics like abilify/remeron, shit like clonidine, hydroxyzine, etc., all of which (except for clonidine) I only take for like ~2-3 days total to get some decent concentration numbers/parent drug:major metabolite ratios, etc., which is basically impossible to do. So unfortunately, my tests are impossible to fake personally. He also reserves the right to "spot test" me via blood draw up to once a year when I visit Quest to give urine, though he's only done it twice in about 3.5 years. It's impossible to avoid, lol. ...
...tend to include at least two things: "specific gravity" and "creatinine" testing. I don't pretend to competently know how either of these actually works. One testing institution not only tested my creatinine levels, but also shit like my creatine levels etc. themselves, perhaps to compare ratios of the two/multiple things to see if someone is attempting to do massive water dilution + creatine supplementation for a few days to a week beforehand.
AFAIK, the good brands (e.g. the newest or 2nd newest "batch" of QuickFix) should all pass for Specific Gravity testing, though I don't know within what margin they pass, or if said margins differ between institutions. I'm not sure if QuickFix etc. have proper creatinine/possibly creatine levels in them.
One good thing about solely being GC/MS tested is that you figure out pretty quick what bullshit they even test for. Quest Diagnostics doesn't test for either etizolam or clonazolam (even when docs request their most comprehensive, high level-tier benzo testing "package") unless it's specifically requested by the doctor. Another nice thing about it is it reduces getting screwed for fuckups that aren't your fault. One time "my" urine sample popped hot for crazy shit like crack/cocaine and methadone, whilst missing all my other non-controlled meds and containing non-controlled meds that I don't take/aren't scripted (this was pre-c0vid when we just left our urine in an unsecured bathroom tray next to a dozen other already-filled sample bottles that had conceivably zero "tamper-proving" tech on the actual cups/lids. Turns out another patient just opened mine, dumped it in his, and then whizzed in my fucking bottle, possibly even washing it out first, lmfao. I have no idea what he was thinking. He was supposedly kicked out of our bupe program.
Added spoilers to portions where I'm either rambling semi-off topic or listing somewhat personal info. Spoiler tags seem to visually block the archive.org/screen grabbing internet AI crawlers from accessing those words, though I'm sure it's not fool proof.