Here ya go ya druggie... jk =)
TYPICAL DRUG DETECTION/CLEARANCE TIMES
Oral: 2-3 weeks / Injected: 1-3 months (Naldrolene 8 months+)
Short acting type (Alphenal, Amobarbital, Allobarbital, Butethal, Secobarbital) 1-4 days.
Long acting type (Phenobarbital, Barbital) 2-3 weeks or longer
Infrequent user: 3 days / Chronic user: 4-6 weeks
Infrequent user: up to 10 days / Chronic user:30 days or longer
Up to 10 days
Infrequent user: 2-3 days / Chronic user: 7 to 14 days
Opiates (Heroin, Morphine, Codeine)
Infrequent user: 6-8 days / Chronic user: 21-28 days+
In striking contrast with amphetamines, Remeron will likely cause massive weight gain (while amphetamines cause massive weight loss), it will cause mild to severe sedation (while amphetamines cause severe stimulation) and certainly it is not addictive at all, it is actually hated (while amphetamines are highly addictive). However some patients really like Remeron. Some might experience euphoria in the beginning but it will fade away.
Answer: Yes, it is a prodrug of Phenmetrazine meaning a portion of it is converetd to Phenmetrazine by the liver. It has milder amphetamine like effects and therefore is less controlled as opposed to the amphetamines. Phenmetrazine and amphetamines are under strict Schedule II of the controlled substance act. Meanwhile Phendimetrazine is a less regulated Schedule III controlled substance. Yes it acts on the CNS like the amphetamines, but with less amphetamine like effects. An example of a milder Prodrug is Codeine. Codeine is a Prodrug of Morphine.
Answer: dexedrine, benzidrine, methamphetamine, adderall, amphetamine sulfate or any compound with the parent structure dl-alpha-methylphenylamine. Although Ritalin (methylphenidate) is used for the same diagnosis as amphetamine it is not in itself classed chemically with amphetamines because it does not have methylphenylamine as the parent compound.
Answer: No. Cannabis refers to the same plant as marijuana. There areseveral active chemicals in the marijuana plant, none of which havean amphetamine-like structure or activity. Amphetamines belong to a class of chemicals called Stimulants.
Amphetamine is a stimulant?
Yes, Most definitely and a very powerful one at that.
Answer: it highly is, amphetamine works on a chemicla level in the brain that produces hormones that stimulates areas in the brain, so that you are convinced that you are not tired and you feel less pain. compare to effects of adrenalin and noradrenalin
depends if it is an amphetammines as dexedrine, or biphetamine thos are stimulants. If they are amphetamine variants like DOM, X, MDMA, ecstasy ther are allucinogens
Answer: It depends on the type of drug test used. A urine test, the most common, can give a false positive because the test does not test for the drug per se but it tests for metabolites of the drug. As a general matter, given a modern test and a reputable lab, false positives are rare. At the time of the test inform the tech of any OTC, herbal, prescription meds you have taken. Any positive urine test, moreover, is re-tested by spectrographic analysis, which is considered rock solid. Check out NORML.org/drug testing.
Answer: Amphetamine is a stimulant used to treat ADHD/ADD, narcolespy, and in some cases obesity. Amphetamine has two sides (levoamphetamine and dextroamphetamine). Dextroamphetamine exerts more mental effects than levoamphetamine.
Answer: Amphetamines are not necessarily bad, but people certainly use themimproperly sometimes and that can have bad consequences. There are billions of known chemicals, some have medicinal value(chemicals we call medicines). Some chemicals have little medicalvalue, but people like to use them, these chemicals are calleddrugs.
Much like a hammer can be used to build a house (good), or killsomeone (bad) its what a person DOES with the hammer that makes thedistinction. A hammer is neither good nor bad.
The same can be said of chemicals. If used properly, they canalleviate pain, cure infection, destroy a cancer, while in thewrong hands, some chemicals can cause addition, bad behaviour andeven death. It depends on how it is used.
Answer: Amphetamine is a powerful psychoactive stimulant, used to threat patients with ADHD disorders. It is also used illegaly as a stimulant.
Adderall is a ADHD medicine that contains a mixture of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, both powerful stimulants which makes the user feel more energistic and focused, as well with a sense of well-being.
However, when illegaly abused they become incredible addictive; as tolerance builds up, so increases the consumption, that might lead to depression, anxiety and paranoia.
On the street amphetamine is usually cut with other adulterants such as; milk powder, glucose, talc and cement.