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Not all drugs but the most commonly abused ones can be detected with either a urine test or an oral saliva test. If there is powder or pills that need to be identified, then there is a test for this too.
Narcotics are one of the most dangerous groups of drugs as they are easily obtained on the black market and are highly addictive. This group includes drugs such as heroin, codeine, and morphine. They produce a very high physical and psychological dependence by users. Users report feelings of euphoria, analgesia drowsiness, and respiratory depression.
|Opiates / Opioids||Detectable|
|Buprenorphine||3 – 5 days|
|Fentanyl||1 – 4 days|
|Heroin||1 – 3 days|
|Morphine||1 – 3 days|
|Methadone||1- 7 days|
|Oxycodone||1 – 4 days|
|Propoxyphene||1 – 7 days|
|Tramadol||1 – 3 days|
The abuse of cocaine gives rise to a high risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include unpleasant dreams, insomnia, or hypersomnia.
strong>Barbiturate abuse can result in a high risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc.
Benzodiazepines are used mainly as downers. Benzodiazepines are muscle relaxants and used as an anti-anxiety medication. There is a risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc.
Brands: Xanax®, Librium®, Valium®, Serax®, Ativan®, Dalmane®, Tranxene®.
|Benzodiazepine||2 – 8 days|
Amphetamines are a group of drugs which includes prescription drugs such as Adderall but also Methamphetamine; a nasty highly abused substance and Ecstasy which has a similar chemical structure. Amphetamines are potent central nervous system stimulants with high abuse potential.