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Common Drugs of Abuse

A chart for identifying drugs, how they are abused and their street names. useful for parents and employers.

The chart was designed to help with understanding effects of drugs, ways used, street names and the average detection time,

DRUG CLASS AND DRUG ANALYTES COMMON DRUG NAMES STREET NAMES DEA SCHEDULE WAYS USED ADDICTION AND WITHDRAWAL DRUG/METABOLITE MONITORED AVERAGE DETECTION TIME URINE AVERAGE DETECTION TIME ORAL FLUID
Common drugs of abuse: Opiates
Codeine Tylenol® #3 Schoolboy Schedule II by itself. Schedule III in combination. Oral; intrarectal; intramuscular; subcutaneous Moderate-to-low risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include drug craving, runny nose, yawning, sweating, insomnia, weakness, stomach cramps, etc. Codeine, morphine 1-3 days 1-2 days
Hydrocodone Lorcet®, Lortab®, Hycodan®, Norco®, Vicodin®, Vicoprofen® Hydros, dones, vics, itchies Schedule II by itself. Schedule III in combination. Oral Moderate potential of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include severe pain, pins and needles, sweating, extreme anxiety, restlessness, sneezing, etc. Hydrocodone, hydromorphone, norhydrocodone 1-3 days 1-2 days
Hydromorphone Dilaudid®, Hymorphan® Juice, dillies, M2s, hospital heroin Schedule II Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; subcutaneous; intranasal; rectal; sublin-gual; transmucosal; buccal; transdermal Moderate-to-high risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include shaking, cold sweats, diarrhea, vomiting, self-doubt, emptiness, etc. Hydromorphone 1-3 days 1-2 days
Morphine Avinza®, Kadian®, MS Contin®, MSIR®, Roxanol®, Embeda® M, morph Schedule II Smoking; snorting; oral; rectal; subcutaneous; intramuscular; intravenous; intrathecal High potential for physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include several stages ranging from drug craving and anxiety to vomiting or loss of appetite. Morphine 1-3 days 1-2 days
Oxycodone Tylox®, Percocet®, Percodan®, OxyContin®, OxyIR®, Roxicodone® Oxy-coffins, killers, percs Schedule II Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; in-tranasal; subcutaneous; transdermal; rectal; epidural Moderate-to-high risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, panic attacks, nausea, muscle pain, fevers, etc. Oxycodone, oxymorphone, noroxycodone 1-3 days 1-2 days
Oxymorphone Opana ER®, Opana IR®, Numorphan® Blues, nu-blues, biscuits, blue heaven Schedule II Intravenous; intramuscular; subcutaneous; oral; rectal; intranasal High risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, panic attacks, nausea, muscle pain, fevers, etc. Oxymorphone 1-3 days 1-2 days
Common drugs of abuse: Opiods
Buprenorphine Suboxone®, Subutex®, Buprenex®, Butrans® N/A Schedule III Sublingual; intramuscular; intravenous; transdermal; intranasal; rectal Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms are typically less severe than other opioids. Buprenorphine, norbuprenorphine 3-5+ days 1-2+ days
Fentanyl Actiq®, Fentora®, Onsolis®, Duragesic®, Sublimaze® N/A Schedule II Transdermal; intramuscular; intravenous; oral; sublingual; buccal Moderate-to-high risk of physical or psychological dependence. Risk of postacute-withdrawal syndrome leading to possible psychiatric disorders, depression, anxiety, etc. Fentanyl, norfentanyl 1-4 days 1-3 days
Meperidine Demerol® Demmies, pain killer Schedule II Oral; intranasal; rectal; intravenous Due to rapid onset, meperidine is more likely to be abused than other prescription opioids. Like other opioids, there is a potential for physical dependence. Meperidine, normeperidine 1-3 days 1-2 days
Methadone Methodose®, Dolophine® Dollies, meth Schedule II Oral; intravenous; insufflation; sublingual; rectal According to some physicians, methadone causes less of a euphoric high. Often used as an intermediate drug in opioid addiction recovery programs. Methadone, EDDP (2-ethylidene-1,5-dimethyl-3,3-diphenylpyrrolidine 1-7 days 1-2 days
Pentazocine Talwin® T’s Schedule III Oral; intravenous; intramuscular Moderate-to-low physical dependence risk. May have risk of psychological dependence. Pentazocine 1-3 days 1-2 days
Propoxyphene Darvocet®, Darvon® Pain killer Schedule IV Oral; intravenous; rectal Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Norpropoxyphene, propoxyphene 1-7 days 1-2 days
Tapentadol Nucynta® N/A Schedule II Oral High risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, sweating, trouble sleeping, etc. Tapentadol, desmethyltapentadol 1-3 days 1-2 days
Tramadol Ryzolt®, Ultracet®, Ultram® N/A Schedule IV Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; rectal; sublingual; buccal; intranasal Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, depression, anguish, sweating, restless legs, etc. Tramadol, O-desmethyltramadol 1-3 days 1-2 days
Common drugs of abuse: Stimulants
Amphetamine Adderall®, Benzedrine®, Dexedrine® Aimies, back dex, bennies, black beauties, brain pills, bumblebees, cartwheels, dexies, marathons, minibennie, pep pills, pixies, road dope, speed, truck drivers, uppers Schedule II Oral, typical dosage: 5-15 mg Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include extreme hunger, fatigue, shaking, seizures, arrhythmia, etc. Amphetamine 2-4+ days 1-3 days
Methylphenidate Ritalin®, Concerta®, Methylin®, Provigil® N/A Schedule II Oral; transdermal High risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include depression, extreme fatigue, etc. Methylphenidate, ritalinic acid 2-4 days 1-2 days
Nicotine Nicorette®, Nicoderm® N/A Nonscheduled Smoking; insufflation; oral; transdermal; intrabuccal; vaporized; buccal High potential for physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, headache, hunger, craving for cigarettes, etc. Cotinine, 3-OH-cotinine 2-4 days 2-4 days
Common drugs of abuse: Benzodiazepines
Alprazolam Xanax®, Niravam®, Xanor® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Alprazolam, α-hydroxy alprazolam 2-8 days 1-2 days
Chlordiazepoxide Angirex®, Elenium®, Klopoxid®, Librax®, Libritabs®, Librium®, Mesural®, Mul-tum®, Novapam®, Risolid®, Silibrin®, Sonimen®, Tropium® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral; intramuscular Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Nordiazepam, oxazepam 1-7 days 1-2 days
Clonazepam Klonopin® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; sublingual Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Clonazepam, 7-amino clonazepam 3-14 days 1-2 days
Clorazepate Tranxene®, Novo-Clopate® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Nordiazepam, oxazepam 1-7 days 1-2 days
Diazepam Valium® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; suppository Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Diazepam, temazepam, nordiazepam, oxazepam 3-14 days 1-2 days
Flurazepam Dalmane®, Dalmadorm® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. N1-desalkyl-flurazepam, hydroxyethyl-flurazepam 1-3 days 1-2 days
Lorazepam Ativan® Lorax®, Emotavil® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; sublingual; transdermal Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Lorazepam 2-5 days 1-2 days
Midazolam Versed, Dormicum, Hypnovel® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; parenteral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. α-Hydroxymidazolam 1-3 days 1-2 days
Oxazepam Murelax®, Serax®, Serepax®, Alepam®, Adumbran® Downs, nerve pills, tranks Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Oxazepam 1-3 days 4-6 weeks
Chronic use*
1-2 days
Temazepam Restoril®, Tenox®, Euhypnos® King Kong pills, jellies, jelly, Edinburgh eccies, tams, terms, mazzies, temazies, tammies, temmies, beans, eggs, green eggs, wobbly eggs, knockouts, hardball, norries, oranges, rugby balls, ruggers, terminators, red and blue, no-gos, blackout, green devils, drunk pills, brainwash, mind erasers, tem-tems, mommy’s big helper, vitamin T, bit T, TZ Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Temazepam, oxazepam 1-4 days 1-2 days
Common drugs of abuse: Muscle Relaxants
Carisoprodol Soma®, Soprodal® Dance, DS, Las Vegas cocktail, soma coma, wallace 200s Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include stomach pain, sleep problems, headache, nausea, seizure, etc. Carisoprodol, meprobamate 2-5 days 1-2 days
Meprobamate Miltown®, Equanil®, Meprospan® Dance, DS, Las Vegas cocktail, soma coma, wallace 200s Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include stomach pain, sleep problems, headache, nausea, seizure, etc. Meprobamate 2-5 days 2-3 days
Common drugs of abuse: Barbiturates
Amobarbital Amytal® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies Schedule III Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; rectal Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Amobarbital 3-10 days 1-2 days
Butabarbital Butisol®, Butibel® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies Schedule III Oral Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Butabarbital 1 day–3 weeks 1-2 days
Butalbital Fiorinal®, Fioricet® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies, schoolboys Schedule III Oral Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Butalbital 3-10 days 1-2 days
Pentobarbital Nembutal® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies Schedule III Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; rectal Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Pentobarbital 3-10 days 1-2 days
Phenobarbital Belladonna®, Luminal® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies, goofballs Schedule III Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; rectal Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Phenobarbital 1 day–4 weeks 1-2 days
Secobarbital Seconal® Yellow jackets, angels, downers, red birds, phennies, yellows, tootsies, barbs, reds Schedule III Oral Risk of physical and psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, dizziness, seizures, psychosis, etc. Secobarbital 3-10 days 1-2 days
Common drugs of abuse: Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA)
Amitriptyline Elavil®, Endep® N/A Nonscheduled Oral Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Amitriptyline, nortriptyline 2-14 days 1-2 days
Desipramine Norpramin® N/A Nonscheduled Oral Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Desipramine 3-15 days 1-2 days
Doxepin Sinaquan®, Adapin® N/A Nonscheduled Oral; intramuscular; intravenous Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Doxepin, desmethyldoxepin 2-8 days 1-2 days
Imipramine Tofranil®, Tofranil-PM (desipramine metabolite) N/A Nonscheduled Oral Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Imipramine, desipramine 1-6 days 1-2 days
Maprotiline Ludiomil®, Deprilept®, Psymion® N/A Nonscheduled Oral; intramuscular; intravenous Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Maprotiline 7-10 days 1-2 days
Nortriptyline Pamelor®, Aventyl® (amitriptyline metabolite) N/A Nonscheduled Oral Little to no risk of physical or psychological dependence; however, there are withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and, sometimes, a rebound of mania or depression. Nortriptyline, hydroxynortriptyline 4-21+ days 1-2 days
Common drugs of abuse: Neuropathics
Gabapentin Neurontin® N/A Schedule V Oral Abuse may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Gabapentin 1-3 days 1-2 days
Pregabalin Lyrica® Lycia Schedule V Oral; intravenous; insufflation Abuse may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, sensory disturbances, etc. Pregabalin 1-3 days 1-2 days
Selective Seritonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI)
Fluoxetine Prozac®, Sarafem®, Fontex® N/A Nonscheduled Oral Low risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include flu, headache, chills, fatigue, nausea, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, etc. Fluoxetine, norfluoxetine No data No data
Sertraline Zoloft®, Lustral® N/A Nonscheduled Oral Low risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include flu, headache, chills, fatigue, nausea, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, etc. Sertraline, norsertraline No data No data
Common drugs of abuse: Sedatives / Hypnotics
Methaqualone Quaalude Ludes Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include restlessness, irritability, antisocial behavior, insomnia, headache, etc. Methaqualone 2-4 days No data
Zaleplon Sonata®, Starnoc® N/A Schedule IV Oral; intranasal Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include restlessness, irritability, antisocial behavior, insomnia, headache, etc. Zaleplon No data
Zolpidem Ambien®, Stilnox®, Sublinox® A-minus, zombie pills, no-go pills Schedule IV Oral; sublingual; oromucosal Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include restlessness, irritability, antisocial behavior, insomnia, headache, etc. Zolpidem, carboxyzolpidem 1-2 days 1-2 days
Zopiclone Imovane® Zimmers, zimmies, zim-zims, zoppies Schedule IV Oral Risk of limited physical or psychological dependence with prolonged use. Withdrawal symptoms may include restlessness, irritability, antisocial behavior, insomnia, headache, etc. Zopiclone 1-2.5 days No data
Common drugs of abuse: Illicits and Non-Prescription Drugs
Alcohol N/A Booze Nonscheduled Oral; intramuscular; intravenous; topical Low-to-high risk of physical or psychological dependence. Symptoms include tolerance, withdrawal, perpetually increasing consumption, persistent desire, lost time drinking or recovering, abandonment of social activities for alcohol, and continued use despite knowledge of physical or psychological damage. Alcohol,
ethyl glucuronide (EtG), ethyl sulfate (EtS)
Alcohol: 1-2 days Blood alcohol decreases
.02 mg% per hour EtG/EtS: up to 80 hours
6-24 hours
Cathinones Bath salts,” or veiled as ecstasy N/A MDPV and mephedrone Schedule I, all others are drugs of concern. Oral; intranasal; insufflation; intravenous High potential for abuse and physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include runny nose, nosebleeds, cravings for sweets, muscle spasm, etc. MDPV, pyrovalerone, 3-fluoro-methcathinone, butylone, ethylone, MDAI, methylone, naphyrone, buphedrone, mephedrone, methe-drone, eutylone, PVP 2-3 days 1-2 days
Cocaine N/A Aunt nora, barbs, blow, coke, dream, foo-foo dust, her, king’s habit, Peruvian lady, snow, stardust, witch, zip Schedule II Topical; oral; insufflation; intravenous High risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include unpleasant dreams, insomnia, or hypersomnia. Benzoylecgonine 1-7 days 1-2 days
Dextromethorphan N/A Dex, DXM, robo, skittles, syrup, triple-c, vitamin D, tussin Nonscheduled Oral Low potential for physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include insomnia, anxiety, restlessness, vomiting, severe weight loss, diarrhea, etc. Dextromethorphan 24 hours N/A
Heroin N/A Dragon, dope, hera, H, big H, white, China white, white nurse, white lady, white horse, boy, black tar, black pearl, black stuff, black eagle, brown crystal, brown sugar, brown tape, brown rhine, Mexican brown, Mexican mud, Mexican horse, junk, tar, snowball, snow, white boy, smack, scag, scat, sack, skunk, number 3, 4, 8 Schedule I Inhalation; transmucosal; intravenous; oral; intranasal; rectal; intramuscular High potential for physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms include sweating, malaise, anxiety, depression, insomnia, cold sweats, etc. 6-MAM, morphine, codeine 6-MAM- 6-8 hours 1-3 days 8 hours
Ketamine Ketanest®, Ketaset®, Ketalar® K, ket, special K, vitamin K, vit K, kit kat, keller, kelly’s day, green, blind squid, cat valium, purple, special la coke, super acid, super C Schedule III Oral; intravenous; intramuscular; insufflation; topical Moderate risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include chills, intense cravings, restlessness, nightmares, anxiety, tremors, sweating, etc. Ketamine, norketamine 2-4 days No data
Kratom Mitragyna speciosa Krathom, biak-biak, cratom, mitragyne, gratom Drug of concern Smoking; chewing Abuse risk debated. Frequent use is known to cause nervousness, skin darkening, constipation, nausea, etc. Can sometimes cause cross-tolerance for morphine. 7-Hydroxymitragynine No data No data
Lysergic acid diethylamide N/A LSD, acid Schedule I Oral; intravenous; ocular; intramuscular High potential of abuse despite low addiction potential. Discontinuation symptoms may include hallucinations, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, confusion, etc. N-Desmethyl-LSD, hydroxy- LSD, 2-oxo-LSD, and 2-oxo- 3-hydroxy-LSD 1.5-5 days 1-2 days
Marijuana (THC) Marinol®, marijuana, pot, reefer Weed, pot, reefer, grass, dope, ganja, mary jane, hash, herb, aunt mary, skunk, boom, chronic, cheeba, blunt, ashes, baby bhang, bammy, blanket, bomber, boom, broccoli, cripple, dagga, dinkie dow, ding, dona juana, flower, flower tops, gasper, giggle smoke, good giggles, good butt, hot stick, jay, jolly green, joy smoke, joy stick, roach Schedule I Smoking; oral High risk of physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include irritability, sleeplessness, decreased appetite, anxiety, drug craving, etc. 11-OH-THC, 11-nor-9-carboxy-THC (plus more than 100 possible others) Single use: 3 days; moderate use: 5-7 days; daily use: 10-15 days; long term: >30 days 24+ hours
Methylenedioxy-methamphet-amine (MDMA) Ecstasy X, E, XTC, adam, beans, candy, dancing shoes, disco biscuits, doves, e-bombs, egg rolls, happy pill, hug drug, love drug, macolm, scooby snacks, smartees, sweets, skittles, thizz, vitamin E, vitamin X, vowels Schedule I Oral, typical dosage: 50-150 mg High potential for abuse despite low physical addiction potential. Addiction potential is debatable. Withdrawal symptoms may include fatigue, loss of appetite, depression, etc. MDMA, MDA 1-3 days 1-2 days
Methamphetamine Methadrine, Desoxyn®, Desfedrin®, Ampedroxyn® &Crystal meth, crystal, meth, christina, tina, cris, cristy, ice, crank, speed, geep, geeter, getgo, go fast, poor man’s coke, redneck cocaine, working man’s cocaine, trash, garbage, wash Schedule II Oral, typical dosage: 5-15 mg, intravenous, typical dosage: 20-40 mg High potential for abuse and physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include irritability, depression, fearfulness, loss of energy, nausea, tremors, sweating, palpitations, increased appetite, etc. Methamphetamine, amphetamine 1-4+ days 1-3 days
Methylenedioxy-amphetamine (MDA) N/A MDA, love drug Schedule I Oral; sublingual High potential for abuse despite low physical addiction potential. MDA 1-3 days 1-2 days
Phencyclidine PCP Hog, angel dust, loveboat, lovely Schedule II Smoking; insufflation; oral High risk of abuse and physical dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include depression, anxiety, hypersomnia, poor memory, confusion, violent behavior, hallucinations, delusions, etc. PCP 2-30 days 1-2 days
Piperazines “Bath salts,” or veiled as ecstasy N/A BZP Schedule I, all others are drugs of concern. Oral; intranasal; insufflation; intravenous High potential for abuse and physical or psychological dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may include runny nose, nosebleeds, cravings for sweets, muscle spasm, etc. meta-Chlorophenylpiperazine (mCPP), 3-trifluoromethylphenylpi-perazine (TFMPP) & benzylpipera-zine (BZP) 2-3 days 1-2 days
Synthetic cannabinoids “K2,” “Spice,” cannabimimemetics K2, spice, synthetic marijuana, fake pot Schedule I Smoking, infusion High risk of abuse. Withdrawal symptoms may include internal unrest, tremor, palpitations, headache, nausea, vomiting, depression, etc. AKB-48, AM-1248, AM-2201, AM-694, JWH-018, JWH-019, JWH-073, JWH-081, JWH-122, JWH-200, JWH-203, JWH-210, JWH-250, JWH-398, MAM-2201, RCS-4, RCS-8, UR-144, XLR-11 (list updated periodically and varies by laboratory) 1-3 days (single dose only) 12-48 hours
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