Standard Drug Testing Levels & Detection Timeframes.

Below is a table listing the standard US drug testing levels and timeframes that the drug is detectable in your system.

Detection

Detection Chart.

The following table should be used as a general guideline. All listed detection times are based on the “average” timeframes. There are many factors that may affect the amount of time it takes for the metabolite of a drug to leave the system.

DrugStandard Lab Testing LevelDetection Time In UrineDection Time SalivaTest To Use
6-Acetylmorphine (6-AM)
10 ng/mL
24 hours
< 24 Hours
6-AM Drug Tests
Amphetamine (AMP)
1000 ng/mL
2 - 4 Days
1 - 3 Days
Amphetamine Tests
Barbiturates (BAR)
300 ng/mL
4 - 7 Days
1 - 3 Days
Barbiturates Tests
Benzodiazepines (BZO)
300 ng/mL
3 - 7 Days
1 - 3 Days
Benz Tests
Buprenorphine (BUP)
5 ng/mL
2 - 4 Days
1 - 3 Days
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Cocaine (COC)
300 ng/mL
2 - 4 Days
1 - 3 Days
Cocaine Tests
Ecstasy (MDMA)
500 ng/mL
1 - 3 Days
1 - 3 Days
Ecstasy Tests
Fentanyl
5 ng/mL
4 - 5 Days
1 - 3 Days
Fentanyl Tests
Marijuana (THC)
50 ng/mL
2-90+ Days
2 - 4 Days
Marijuana Tests
Methadone (MTD)
300 ng/mL
3 - 5 Days
5 - 7 Days
Methadone Tests
Methamphetamines (METH)
1000 ng/mL
3 - 5 Days
1 - 3 Days
Meth Tests
Opiates (OPI)
2000 ng/mL
2 - 4 Days
2 - 5 Days
Opiates Tests
Oxycodone (OXY)
100 ng/mL
2 - 4 Days
1 - 4 Days
Oxycodone Tests
Phencyclidine (PCP)
25 ng/mL
7 - 14 Days
1 - 3 Days
PCP Tests
Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA)
1000 ng/mL
7 - 10 Days
N/A
Tricyclic Antidepressant Tests (TCA)

Factors

Metabolizing Factors.

The following may influence how quickly drugs metabolize in your system:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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