Drug Test Chart

As the name suggests, the drug test chart is a table containing the detection periods of the main drugs and metabolites. The results are obtained from testing a biological specimen from the patient, such as blood, urine or saliva, for different parameters.The 12 panel drug chart presents the detection periods of the 12 main important substances, each of them being divided by test type. Keep in mind that the detection time varies according to each persons’ personal characteristics, including age, general health, body mass, frequency of use, etc., but also depending on the method of use and drug quality.The drug test chart reveals with almost 100 % accuracy the presence of drug related metabolites in your system, but also the time since they can be detected, until the moment the test is not able to determine the presence of drugs in your organism. In reality, this chart is extremely useful, especially for those that are struggling to obtain negative results on a drug test, although they know it will be a difficult task due to the fact that they are drug users.In general, the vast majority of drugs appear in the urine after about 2 to 8 hours after the drug was used, but in the case of a urine test, drugs can be detected almost immediately. On the other hand, a hair drug test is without a doubt, the most complete and precise test currently available on the market, as it offers information related to potential drug addictions, going back up to 3 months. Drug Test Chart

Drug nameType of drug test
SalivaUrineHair
First time of detectionElimination timesFirst time of detectionElimination timesFirst time of detectionElimination times
Amphetamine5 to 10 minutes72 hours2 to 5 hours2 to 4 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Barbiturates2 to 5 hours4 to 7 days
Benzodiazepines2 to 5 hours3 to 7 days
Buprenorphine2 to 5 hours2 to 3 days
Cocaine5 to 10 minutes24 hours2 to 5 hours2 to 4 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Ecstasy2 to 5 hours1 to 3 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Marijuana1 hour12 hours2 to 5 hours15 to 30 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Methadone2 to 5 hours3 to 5 days
Methamphetamine5 to 10 minutes72 hours2 to 5 hours3 to 5 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Opiates1 hour7 to 21 hours2 to 5 hours2 to 4 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Oxycodone2 to 5 hours2 to 4 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days
Phencyclidine1 to 3 days2 to 5 hours7 to 14 days5 to 7 daysAround 90 days

 Due to the fact that the detection times vary based on a multitude of factors, researchers have also included in every parent drug, the detection times of its metabolites. This being said, let’s take cocaine and heroin as an example. These can be detected just for a few hours, but having the possibility of verifying their metabolites, the detection window has increased up to a few days, in the case of a urine test.d