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How Long Does Spice Stay In Your System For The Military?

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Iris Phillips Profile
Iris Phillips answered
Spice (synthetic cannabis) contains no THC, which is what the military test for in their drug tests when looking for cannabis. The ingredient that gives the high is called JWH-018. This can stay in your system for up to one week and is known to have no other use other than to give a high.
The United States Drug Enforcement Agency have now made Spice a Schedule 1 drug, thus making it illegal. The active ingredient JWH-018 has been made illegal, as have 4 other cannabinoids, JWH-073, CP-47,497, JWH-200 and cannabicyclohexanol. Although synthetic cannabis does not show up as a positive result in regular drug tests, it does show its metabolites in urine.
The synthetic cannabis had been marketed as an herbal incense, an herbal smoking blend and was available online, in gas stations and in herbal shops. The military uses urinalysis drug testing. The drugs that are tested for are THC (commonly found in marijuana), this stays in the system for 3-5 days; cocaine which stays in the system for 2-4 days, amphetamines, methamphetamines and ecstasy (these stay in the system for 3 days). They also test for barbiturates and opiates, which remain in the system for 1-2 days and PCP which can take up to a week to leave the system. LSD is tested for and this also takes 1-2 days to leave the system. Certain steroids, which can take 3 or more days to leave the system, are also tested for.
When you are passing the urine for a drug test you must do so in front of an NCO or a warrant officer of the same gender and the officer in question must observe the urine leaving the body and entering the bottle.
Arthur Wright Profile
Arthur Wright answered
Traces can be detected for up to 6 months after last usage according to examiners of new and improved drug tests
Matt Baker Profile
Matt Baker answered
I think if you research Kombucha, you will see an answer you could use to explain why a you/A may have detected Spice. The stuff that shows up on the you/A for spice also is in Kombucha which is totally legal.
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Karl Sagan answered

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Arthur Wright Profile
Arthur Wright answered
Yes as traces can now be detected for up to 6 months after last usage due to new and improved drug tests and is the reason why so many people are failing their drug tests and headed back to jail
M Craig Profile
M Craig answered
As far as I know, they have not yet came out with any testing device for Spice. I believe there will be one available soon, but at this point there is not one available.

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