Answer: It depends whether they are testing hair from the head or hair for the body. Normally it is 90 days (with a standard test) but it can be up to a year if they test body hair. Check out the link I added for detailed information.
Answer: They can be 1 panel (only for THC), 5 panel (most common), 7 - 10 panel. It depends on the company or the institution your gonna be tested for. Check this out: Cocaine - Includes Cocaine, Crack and Benzoylecognine · Cannabinoids - Includes Marijuana and Hash · Amphetamines - Includes Speed, Methamphetamines and amphetamines · Opiates - Includes Heroin, Opium, Codeine and Morphine · Phencyclidine - PCP (5 panel home test kit) But they can test for additional drugs such as:
· Barbiturates - Including Phenobarbital, Scorbarbitol and Butalbital · Hydrocodone - Including Vicodin and Lortab · Benzodiazepines - Includes Valium, Xanax, Librium, Serax and Rohypnol · Methadone · Propoxyphene - Includes Darvon compounds · Ethanol - Known as Alcohol · MDMA or Ecstasy
Answer: If you have a prescription for this medication then yes you will pass just let them know what drugs are prescribed.
Substance Detection Period by Urine Test Alcohol 12-24 hours Amphetamine 1-4 days Barbiturates 1- 21 days Benzodiazepines 1-42 days Cannabis (Single Use) 2-3 days Cannabis (Habitual Use) Up to 12 weeks Cocaine 4-5 days Codeine/Morphine 2-4 days Heroin 2-4 days Methamphetamines 3-5 days PCP 3-7 days
Answer: Because a hair toxicology can go back three to six months, when a urine cannot. Because the chemicals(drugs)can stay in your hair that long, and they can take it from anywhere on your body, but usually your head. Believe me I had several
Answer: In a swab drug test, they will test your saliva for drug metabolites and in the urine test, they look for the same thing, but in your urine. (PS. drug stay longer in your urine, than in your saliva)
Answer: It depends on what information is needed. Hair tests can give a longer history of drug use than urine or blood. Urine tests can detect certain substances from anywhere to several hours or up to a month after use. Blood tests show what substances are currently active in the bloodstream and in what amount.
Also, there are many types of urine drug tests, some more accurate than others. Most of the urine tests that are used for employment and for law enforcement (including court officer testing) have a a larger margin for false negative and false positive than is common knowledge.
Answer: No, a urine drug test has only recently been developed for HGH, any standard urine drug test will not test positive for it. This is amount of HGH in urine is miniscule, which is why it is so difficult to detect.