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    Drug tests and which AS will come up

    Hey bros.....

    The police in my country has started making the drivers taking drug tests as long as the ussual alcohol tests as a part of the new law they made. The tests is done through saliva I think. You take the aparatus put it in your mouth, under your tongue, and it should give you the results in a few minutes!They test for 5 diff rec drugs (I don't know what they are)!

    My question is what steroids will come up in the test like some kind of drug? For example, efedrine should come out as speed, right?

    And also, where can I find info on the rec drugs and how long it takes from when you've consumed something and passing the drug test clean?

    Thanks.....

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    this isnt exactly what you wanted but may help.
    courtesy of anabolictruth.com

    Standard Work Place
    WHAT HAPPENS IN A STANDARD WORK PLACE DRUG TEST?
    We contacted several drug screening services representing thousands of businesses and not a single one tested for anabolic steroids . What is being tested for varies greatly based on testing company, expense, expectations, federal requirements etc., mostly the ladder. Following is a description of what to expect from the standard tests.
    Federal government guidelines (by NIDA-The National Institute on Drug Abuse and SAMHSA-The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) require that companies which use commercial class drivers licenses for employees must have a testing system in place. Among other things, this required testing program must test for 5 specific categories of drugs (sometimes referred to as the "NIDA 5"). Because of this federal requirement, most drug testing companies offer a basic drug test which checks for drugs in these 5 common categories.

    Cannabinoids (marijuana, hash)
    Cocaine (cocaine, crack, benzoylecognine)
    Amphetamines (amphetamines, methamphetamines, speed)
    Opiates (heroin, opium, codeine, morphine)
    Phencyclidine (PCP)
    Expanded Tests
    Most drug testing companies also offer an expanded test which includes a few additional drugs in the testing process. Most do not add all of these in their expanded test, but choose a different combination of 3 or 4 to add :
    Barbituates (Phenobarbital, Secobarbitol, Butabital)
    Methaqualone (Qualuudes)
    Benzodiazepines (Valium, Librium, Serax, Rohypnol)
    Methdone
    Propoxyphene (Darvon compounds)
    Ethanol
    Additional Tests
    In addition, there are a few other substances which it is possible but quite unusual to test for. I only found reference to testing for these additional substances at 1 (out of 15) drug testing site :
    LSD
    Hallucinogens (Psilocybin, Mescaline, MDMA, MDA, MDE)
    Inhalents (Toluene, Xylene, Benzene)
    TEST TYPES
    There are three primary types of drug tests: blood, urine, and hair. Most common is the urine test which has the benefit of being inexpensive and less intrusive than the blood test.
    Urine Tests
    Are the least expensive of the test methods (~$25-$50)
    Can be done at home (for example by parents).
    Detect use primarily within the past week (longer with regular use).
    Can be affected by abstaining from use for a period of time before the test
    Are often temperature tested to insure sample integrity
    Hair Tests
    Are considered the least intrusive method of drug testing.
    Are currently many times more expensive than urine tests (~$100-$150).
    Detect substance use over a longer period (see detection period)
    Do not usually detect use within the past week.
    Require a sample of hair about the diameter of a pencil and 1.5 inches long. They can not be done with a single hair.
    Test positive a little more than twice as often as a urine test. In a recent study, out of 1823 paired hair and urine samples, 57 urine samples tested positive for drugs of abuse; while 124 hair samples from the same group tested positive.
    Are not significantly affected by brief periods of abstinence from drugs.
    Can sometimes be used to determine when use occurred and if it has been discontinued. Drugs, such as opiates (codeine, morphine, heroin) lay down on the hair shaft very tightly and are shown not to migrate along the shaft, thus, if a long segment of hair is available one can draw some "relative" conclusions about when the use occurred. However cocaine, although very easy to detect, is able to migrate along the shaft; making it very difficult to determine when the drug was used and for how long.
    Claims to be able to reliably differentiate between opiate and poppy seed use
    Blood Tests
    Are considered the most intrusive method of testing.
    Are the most expensive method of testing
    Are the most accurate method of testing
    Are the least common method of testing (most likely due to cost)
    WHAT HAPPENS IF AN EMPLOYEE OR FUTURE EMPLOYEE TESTS POSITIVE?
    A positive test result can lead to being fired or suspended. For new hires testing positive you will most likely not get the job.

    How long do steroids stay in your system?
    18 months+ * nandrolone decanoate
    nandrolone undecanoate
    nandrolone laurate
    boldenone undecylenate
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    9 months** nandrolone phenylpropionate
    nandrolone cypionate
    methenolone enanthate
    trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3-6 months** testosterone -mix (Sustanon & Omnadren )
    testosterone enanthate
    testosterone cypionate
    trenbolone acetate
    drostanolone propionate
    clostebol acetate
    methandriol dipropionate
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 months injectabel stanozolol
    injectable methandienone
    formebolone
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1-1.5 months*** oxymetholone
    fluoxymesterone
    methandienone
    mesterolone
    ethylestrenol
    norethadrolone
    oxandrolone
    oral stanozolol
    methyltestosterone
    testosterone propionate
    oral testosterone undecanoate
    oral methenolone acetate
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1-2 weeks clenbuterol
    * Long-chain esterified injectable steroids are the most unreliable in terms of determining an actual clearance time. Their extremely low water solubility and high affinity for fat give them the ability to be stored in small amounts in body tissues for many months after use. These are the most dangerous types of drugs for tested competitors to use, particularly when being administered heavily in the off season.
    ** Short or medium chain esterified injectables are cleared from the body more rapidly than long chain injectables, however are still somewhat inconsistent in terms of calculable clearance times. It is safest to use such compounds only in the off season, provided this season protects the user from drug testing.
    *** Oral steroids are the most reliable in terms of rapid clearance time. In many cases the athlete can safely use such compounds three weeks out from a drug test and return a negative result. The time frame of 1-1 1/2 months was provided as a guideline for maximum safety. The short chain esterified injectable testosterone propionate was included in this category due to the fact that testosterone metabolites will only cause a drug test failure if they appear in unusually high quantities (in relation to epitestosterone metabolites). Should agencies adopt procedures that look for the actual esterified compound in blood, this would be moved to one of the categories listing other small to medium chain steroids.

    OTHER SUBSTANCES----------- URINE-----HAIR
    Alcohol---------------------------- 6-12 hrs- n/a
    Amphetamines------------------ 4-5 days- up to 90 days
    Barbiturates--------------------- 2-12 days-n/a
    Benzodiazepines--------------- 1-42 days-n/a
    Cannabis (single use)--------- 24-72 hrs-up to 90 days
    Cannabis (habitual use)------ up to 12 wks
    Cocaine-------------------------- 4-5 days-up to 90 days
    Codeine/Morphine------------- 2-4 days-up to 90 days
    Heroin---------------------------- 8 hrs-----up to 90 days
    PCP------------------------------- 2-10 days-up to 90 days
    All detection times are approximate.
    Times may oscillate between a occasional user (1 a year)
    vs. habitual user (4 times plus a week).

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