Cocaine Drug Test
SKU #: D1-COC
Detection Period - 2- 4 days
Detection Level - 300 nanograms/ML (the cut-off level suggested by the SAMHSA) (Benzoylecgonine as the Calibrator*)
Brief description of drug: Powerfully addictive stimulant
Effects: Increased energy and alertness
Forms: White powder, or rock crystal
Methods of Consumption: Snorted, smoked, injected
As described by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, cocaine is a powerfully addictive stimulant derived from coca leaves. Cocaine is a Schedule II drug, which means the potential for abuse is great. Cocaine can be injected, snorted, or smoked (crack, or freebase cocaine). When injected or snorted, cocaine is in its hydrochloride salt form. When smoked, cocaine is in its base cocaine form and processed with ammonia or baking soda as well as water, and heated into a smokable substance. Our cocaine drug test detects both cocaine and crack cocaine.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimated in 2007 that there are 2.1 million current (past-month) cocaine users in America, of which approximately 610,000 were crack users. Young adults have the highest rate of current cocaine use - in the study 1.7% of young adults reported recent cocaine use. Further alarming is the fact that the NSDUH also reported in 2007 that almost 1.6 million Americans met the criteria for addiction/abuse of cocaine.
Our easy to use cocaine drug test allows you to find out whether the subject of the test has used cocaine in the past 2 to 4 days. This urine drug test is extremely accurate and meets the government guideline cutoff levels established by the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). All that is required is a urine sample and a timer and the results are practically instant. For detecting recent cocaine use, Home Health Testing's cocaine drug test will suit your needs.
Please read more about cocaine and the studies cited in this article at the National Institute on Drug Abuse website here.
*The Cocaine urine drug test uses Benzoylecgonine as the calibrator for the stated 300 ng/mL testing level. The following table lists the concentrations of compounds (ng/mL) that are detected as positive in this urine drug test
Store as packaged in the sealed pouch at 2-30 degrees Celsius (36-86 degrees F). The test is stable through the expiration date printed on the sealed pouch. The test panel must remain in the sealed pouch until use. DO NOT FREEZE. Do not use beyond the expiration date.
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Frequently Asked Questions - Cocaine Urine Test
Q: Does your cocaine drug test test for cocaine AND crack cocaine?
Yes. Our cocaine urine drug test will detect cocaine or crack cocaine drug use.
Q: What are the detection periods for cocaine?
Our cocaine urine drug test detects cocaine (or crack cocaine) up to 2 to 4 days after use. Some studies suggest that repeated doses of cocaine can result in longer detection periods. An example of such a study can be read here at the US National Library of Medicine database PubMed. This study suggests that repeated cocaine dosing may make the detection period twice as long, meaning the cocaine urine test we sell could in situations of repeated or extreme use detect cocaine up to 8 days after use.
It is important to note that our cocaine urine test actually tests for benzoylecgonine, not cocaine itself. Benzoylecgonine stays in the body longer than cocaine, and its just as good an indicator of cocaine use as cocaine itself.
Q: What are the street names of cocaine?
Coke, crack, blow, flake, snow, toot, nose candy, liquid lady and more.
Q: What will cocaine look like?
Cocaine is white and can be in the form of salts, powder and leaf infusions. Crack which is another form of cocaine is typically available as a rock which is white.
Q: How is cocaine used?
Cocaine can be consumed orally, injected, snorted through the nose, inhaled as smoke, applied to oral, rectal and vaginal mucous membranes and chewed as leaves. Crack is smoked.
Q: What are the short term effects of cocaine use?
Blood pressure increase, dilated pupils, increased mental alertness and increased energy, decreased appetite
Q: What are the possible withdrawl symptoms if someone stops using cocaine?
Craving, depression, irritability, fatigue, increased appetite. Suicide as a possible result of withdrawal of this drug should be guarded against and watched out for.
The Cocaine Drug Test tests for cocaine in all its forms (cocaine powder, crack cocaine, etc.). It does not cross react with anything other than cocaine.
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