In many states, cannabis has been legalized for recreational and medical use. However, there are still states across America where cannabis is illegal, and employers or court systems may need to do a drug test.
Marijuana tests are actually testing for the chemical tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that makes people feel high. The results of a drug test depend on many factors, such as the proportion of cigarettes a person smokes and how much body fat a person has. First-time users of marijuana are more likely to pass a drug test than someone who smokes marijuana several times a week. The time frame for detection depends on drug testing:
Synthetic marijuana, also known as K2 or spice, are man-made chemicals that are sprayed on dried herbs that are sold as liquids to be smoked or vaporized. This drug is sometimes marketed as “fake weed” and is unpredictable and dangerous, sometimes causing violent behavior, vomiting, suicidal thoughts, and a rapid heartbeat. Results of drug tests for synthetic marijuana depend largely on how often the user inhales the drug.
Opioids; Fentanyl is a class of drugs that includes heroin and pain relievers such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, and morphine. The abuse of prescription opioids and heroin affects 2 million Americans each year and is growing steadily. One study found that 80% of employers are concerned about opioid use and 30% have restrictions for opioid use in place. Living in the midst of an opioid epidemic may require employers or judges to test people for drugs. The time frame for detection depends on the particular drug, frequency and amount of use, metabolism, and body fat.
Benzodiazepines are sedatives that are often prescribed for anxiety or insomnia. The number of adults who abuse these drugs is increasing, with the largest group of abuse being between the ages of 50 and 64. Common Benzodiazepines include Valium, Xanax, and Klonopin. Benzodiazepines usually stay in your system for 2 to 7 days if detected by urine testing, but can be detected longer if use is repeated.
Hallucinogens are drugs that alter a person’s awareness and can cause people to see and hear things that are not there. They fall into two categories: dissociative drugs such as PCP and classical hallucinogens such as LSD. Some hallucinogens such as PCP and Ketamine are man-made chemicals, others such as Psilocybin (commonly referred to as magic mushrooms) are grown as plants and then consumed. Most of these drugs will leave your system within a few days, but like other drugs, they can be found in the hair follicles for up to 90 days after use.
16 million American adults use prescribed stimulants to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy. Unfortunately, some people abuse prescription drugs or use illegal drugs like cocaine or amphetamines (meth). Extazi, also called MDMA or Molly, is chemically similar to both stimulants and hallucinogens.
Barbiturates are drugs that are mostly used to treat insomnia and seizure disorders. They aren’t as widely prescribed as they used to be because of the better alternatives available today. However, the number of people who abuse Barbiturates is on the rise, giving the user a high value that makes the user feel sleepy and drunk. There are several factors that determine how long barbiturates stay in your system. First, the drug is short or medium-acting. Second is how much and how often the drug is taken, and third is the individuals’ body weight, hydration levels, metabolism, food intake, and gender.
Alcohol is a Central Nervous System depressant and although legal for people over the age of 18 on average worldwide, it is widely abused and causes over 200,000 deaths each year. Most standard drug tests do not contain alcohol, but there are tests that confirm alcohol withdrawal if necessary.
There are hundreds of products like synthetic urine and detox cleansers that claim to help people pass drug tests, but the only guaranteed way to pass a test is to avoid drug use.
If someone you know can’t stop using drugs or consuming alcohol to pass a drug test, they may have a serious substance abuse disorder. Call the ALO 191 DRUG ADVICE AND SUPPORT LINE to find out more about treatment options.
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