Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019983/001.

Names and composition

"PROSTEP" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NICOTINE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019983/001 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 11MG per 24HR
019983/002 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 22MG per 24HR
019983/003 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 11MG per 24HR
019983/004 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 22MG per 24HR

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019983/001 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 11MG per 24HR
019983/002 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 22MG per 24HR
019983/003 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 11MG per 24HR
019983/004 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 22MG per 24HR
020076/001 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 7MG per 24HR
020076/002 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 14MG per 24HR
020076/003 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 21MG per 24HR
020076/004 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
020076/005 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR
020076/006 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
020165/004 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
020165/005 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR
020165/006 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
020385/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.5MG per SPRAY
020536/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 15MG per 16HR
020714/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE INHALANT/ORAL 4MG per CARTRIDGE
074612/001 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
074612/002 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
074612/003 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR

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Answered questions

Ok im still smokeless in ny im really trying not to smoke but my ? is does the patch really work ?
and should i invest in it or is it as bad as smoking a cig Asked by Tatyana Falcon 1 year ago.

The patch delivers nicotine into your system without the tar and carcinogens that you absorb when actually smoking. Because small amounts of nicotine are constantly being absorbed, you will find your cravings deminish and it might help you stay smoke free. You reduce the level of nicotine gradually, so over time, your dependance is reduced, which makes it easier to quit completely. I used the patch my first time quitting and it worked quite well for me, but the nicotine level was a bit high, so I took it off. My doctor recently told me it was ok to cut the patch in half, so I'm starting on it again on Monday. Keep in mind that, because you are not inhaling smoke, your body will continue to heal the damage that smoking has caused while you use the patch. Answered by Ester Arp 1 year ago.

The patch isn't as bad for your lungs as smoking, but it's still a source of nicotine, so it's just substituting one addiction for another. If you're able to stop smoking without the patch, you're probably better off. Answered by Young Popper 1 year ago.

its still got addictive nicotine but its not bad for you because it does not contain tobacco. nicotine itself is not harmful, only addictive. Answered by Fanny Tulley 1 year ago.


Blood drug testing!! help!!?
Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages... Asked by Lucy Koffman 1 year ago.

Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages I didn't state how many times I had actually done each one of them, but when she asked me, I told her I had only smoked weed once and taken 4 valium all together (when in reality I had smoked probably 4-5 within the last month and 1/2). The irony of this all is that actually yesterday I had to go in for my yearly blood test so they could check my thyroid, cholesterol, ect, but my my just threatened me telling me that she was going to call the clinic and tell them to run a drug screening also, to make sure I wasn't lying and that maybe I was taking other drugs as well. Thats not what I'm worried about though, I'm just worried about her really seeing how much is really in my system. How much do blood tests show? Will it show everything I've done in the last 2 months or only what i've done in the last 2 weeks? Please help! (please don't go on about how I should have just told the truth in the first place, it was already really humiliating for me and i just told her what popped into my head first) THANK YOU!! Answered by Buddy Amoako 1 year ago.

"The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time." Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1 hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), most, 2-3 days; a few, 4-8 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalants, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days Basically, a blood test is just going to show if you have done drugs or now. The test can't tell how much you have done. If you only did the drugs a few times a couple of months ago, nothing is going to show up. But if you have a serious problem and you were doing the drugs multiple times EVERYDAY, then you can still get a positive reading on a drug test even a month later because the drugs will stay present in the system of a chronic user. I really wouldn't worry about what you think your mom is going to find. If you didn't do any drugs about 2 weeks before your blood test, then the chances that they will find something will be a very slim chance. Answered by Lucinda Grappe 1 year ago.

I'm not quite sure, so wait for another answer... but I'm pretty sure the blood test doesn't say how much was in your system, just tests "positive" or "negative" for each individual thing... So, as long as you hadn't done any other drugs other than what you told her, the blood work would just say that you tested positive for THC and for whatever chemical metabolized valium produces. No quantity/amount or anything. Answered by Chiquita Magbitang 1 year ago.

um yeah. just don't do drugs. Simple. Answered by Brigid Lotto 1 year ago.


Does nicorette cause cancer?
Nicorette is a nicotine replacement remedy. But has it been shown that it can potentially be carcinogenic? I can't find any info on the packaging. Asked by Keren Mackynen 1 year ago.

Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a nicotine gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) lozenge, inhaler, and nasal spray. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. These treatments are commonly referred to as nicotine replacement therapies. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol®, Nicotrol®, Nicoderm, and Commit®. SIDE EFFECTS: Because this gum contains nicotine, it has a peppery-like taste. It may cause a tingling sensation when chewed. During the first few days of using this medication, you may experience mouth sores, jaw muscle aches, increased saliva production, indigestion, or headache. These effects should disappear as use of the gum is continued. Chewing the gum too fast can cause lightheadedness, dizziness, hiccups, nausea, vomiting or insomnia. If these effects occur, chew the gum more slowly. Notify your doctor if you develop symptoms of too much nicotine in your body: cold sweats, fainting, confusion, pounding heart. In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist. SO USE OF NICORATTE DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER- But at the same time it should not be abused. - Answered by Shawanda Unterman 1 year ago.

Can Nicotine Gum Cause Cancer Answered by Jeffrey Devazier 1 year ago.

nicorette cancer Answered by Elyse Deluise 1 year ago.

it’s not the nicotine that bad for you, ... nicotine is not a carcinogen there fore does not cause cancer it does however reduce blood flow and causes a reduction to the mouth and can cause gum issues. Answered by Kevin Litton 1 year ago.

yes, nicorrette does cause cancer, nicorrette can cause stroke,heart disease,lung cancer and the most popular: emphisema. which can kill you on a daily basis. (happening too often) if you smoke, your going the wrong direction! if you are smoking, try to see your doctor for more information! or call the quitline to get the facts. thats all i can tell you! bye for now! Answered by Willena Jefferies 1 year ago.


What is the molecular formula of nicotine?
Please I have been stuck on this question for a long time if i could get a step by step help that would be greatly appreciated :) Nicotine has the empirical formula, C5H7N. A solution of 0.500 g of nicotine in 12.0 g of water boils at 100.140*C. What is the the molecular formula of nicotine? Asked by Verlene Huska 1 year ago.

THIS IS ALLOT. BUT IT IS Chemical Database Nicotine Identifications Formula: C10H14N2 Formula: C10H14N2O Formula: C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Elements: Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen CAS Number: 54-11-5 Caswell Number: 597 CCOHS Record Number: 446 RCRA Waste Number: P075 RTECS Number: QS5250000 Synonyms/Related: (+)-Nicotine (+-) NICOTINE (+-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (+-)-Nicotine (-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine (-)-Nicotine (2S) 3-(1-Methyl-pyrrolidin-2-yl)-pyridine (R)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (R,S)-Nicotine (S)-(-)-NICOTINE, 3-[(2S)-1-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDINYL] PYRIDINE (S)-3-(1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinyl) Pyridine (S)-3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-3-(N-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-Nicotine .beta.-Pyridyl-.alpha.-N-methylpyrroli... .beta.-Pyrimidum 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)-pyrrolidene 1-Methyl-2-(3-pyridyl) pyrrolidine 2'-beta-H-Nicotine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine 3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine 3-(2-(N-methylpyrrolidinyl)) pyridine 3-(N-METHYLPYROLLIDINO) PYRIDINE 3-(N-Methylpyrrolidino) pyridine 3-(tetrahydro-1-methyl pyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine 3-Pyridinecarboxamide, N,N-diethyl- 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridi... Anacardone Anacordone Astrocar beta-Pyridyl-alpha-N-methylpyrrolidine beta-Pyrimidum C00745 c0468 C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Camphozone Canfodiamina Carbamidal Cardamine Cardiagen Cardiamid Cardiamide Cardiamina Cardiamine Cardimon Citocor Coracon Coraetamidum Coraethamide Coraethamidum Coralept Coramine Coravita Corazone Cordiamid Cordiamin Cordiamine Corditon Cordynil Corediol Corespin Corethamide Coretone Corivo Cormed Cormid Cormotyl Cornotone Corotonin Corovit Corvin Corvitan Corvitol Corvotone Corywas D-Nicotine Danamine destruxol Destruxol orchid spray Diaethyl-nicotinamid Diaethyl-nicotinamid [German] Diaethylamidum acidi nicotinici Diethyl-Nicotamide Diethylamid kyseliny nikotinove [Czech] Diethylnicotinamide Dietilamide-Carbopiridina Dinacoryl DL-tetrahydronicotyrine Dynacoryl Dynamicarde Elitone Emo-nik ENT 3,424 Eucoran FLUX MAAG Flux Maay fumeto bac Fumetobac Habitrol Hansacor Inicardio Kardiamid Kardonyl Kordiamin L(-)-nicotine L-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine l-Nicotine Leptamin MACH-NIC Mediamid methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine Micotine N, N-Diethylnicotinamide N,N-Diethyl-3-pyridinecarboxamide N,N-DIETHYLNICOTINAMIDE NCT Ni-Cor niagara p.a. Niagara p.a. dust Niamine Nic-Sal Nicaethamidum Nicetamida [INN-Spanish] Nicetamide Nicetamide [DCIT] Nicethamide Nicethamidum [INN-Latin] Nico-dust Nico-fume Nicocide Nicor Nicordamin Nicorine Nicoryl Nicotin Nicotina Nicotina (ITALIAN) Nicotina [Italian] Nicotinamide, N,N-diethyl- Nicotine NICOTINE (L) (PYRROLIDINE,N-METHYL,ALPHA-(D-BETA-PYRI... Nicotine alkaloid Nicotine [BSI:ISO] Nicotine [USAN] Nicotine, (+-)- Nicotine, liquid Nicotinic acid diethylamide Nicotrol Nicotrol Inhaler Nicotrol NS Nikardin Niketamid Niketamide Nikethamide Nikethamide [BAN:INN] Niketharol Nikethyl Niketilamid Nikorin Nikotin Nikotin (GERMAN) Nikotin [German] Nikotyna Nikotyna (POLISH) Nikotyna [Polish] Niquetamida Nisetamide Ortho N-4 Ortho N-4 and N-5 dusts Ortho N-4 dust Ortho N-5 Ortho N-5 dust Percoral Procardine Procorman Prostep Pseudonicotine Pyricardyl Pyridine, 3- (1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- Pyridine, 3- (tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine, 3-((2S)-1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (R)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (s)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine-3-carboxydiethylamide Pyridine-3-carboxylic acid diethylamide Pyrrolidine, 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)- Reformin Rehormin S-(-)-Nicotine Salvacard Salvacorin Sancora SDCCGMLS-0066911.P001 Solyacord Stellamine Stiminol Stimulin Tendust Tetrahydronicotyrine, dl- Tonocard Tonocor Vasazol Ventramine XL All Insecti-cide, Emo-Nib XL All Insecticide Properties Incompatiblities: strong acids strong oxidizers Health & Regulatory Guidelines EPA Regulations: Reportable Quantity: 100 Lbs NFPA 704 Rating: Health Hazardard Rating: 4 Fire Hazardard Rating: 1 Reactivity Hazardard Rating: 0 NIOSH Guidelines: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 IDLH: 5 mg/m3 OSHA Regulations: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 TWA Vacated: 0.5 mg/m3 Health Risks: Highly Toxic 49 CFR 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table Hazardous materials description and proper shipping namesHaz class or divID#PGLCSpec prov §172.102Pack §173Qty limitVessel ExcepNon BulkBulkPass air/railCargo air onlyLocOther (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8A)(8B)... Current as of January 2006 Nicotine6.1UN1654II6.1IB2153202... 2004 E Answered by Sharri Causey 1 year ago.

I need points Answered by Elliott Gadsden 1 year ago.


How long does cocaine stay in your system?
Asked by Nicole Profancik 1 year ago.

"Drug-Use Is Life Abuse" - Drug-Use Is Self-Abuse - Drugs Destroy Dreams! How long do drugs (including alcohol) stay in your system? Well...it depends on you! The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time. As you review the figures below, please keep these three thoughts in mind, too: Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Anabel Andrle 1 year ago.

Depends on what kind of test you have to take and what form you have ingested. DOT tests (for truck drivers) are much more stringent. Your garden variety run of the mill pre employment has an acceptable level of 5 different catagories. DOT levels are much much much lower. Or if it is administered thru a treatment program or something ordered by the court it might be such as the DOT. Best to find out what kind of test it is, if you can pass or not. Oh and also, stay off the dope. Answered by David Sturgis 1 year ago.

If you need to ask this kind of a question then you must be just a druggie loser . Must be praying to pass a drug test! If you don't use illegal drugs you wouldn't have to worry about how long it will stay in your system:-)~ Answered by Thomasine Freundlich 1 year ago.

I remember learning that it was supposed to be 48 hours, but all bodies are different, therefore, process things slightly faster or slower. Answered by Marvella Meckler 1 year ago.

3-4 days depending on your body size I failed a UA because of stupid mistakes Answered by Betsey Bracht 1 year ago.

Until you pass out Answered by Jewell Bisconer 1 year ago.

As long as you keep smoking and sniffing it. Who ever does it should quit! Krazy Libra Answered by Bailey Mckone 1 year ago.

thay can go back as far as 6 months is some cases....it really depends on how much you use Answered by Noelle Jenniges 1 year ago.


Drugs question?
how long does E stay in the body for visable on drug tests? Asked by Jared Ashraf 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Haywood Soukup 1 year ago.

Tested for in Standard Drug Tests? NO Can Trigger Tests for Other Substances? Yes : Amphetamines Detection Period in Urine: Single Use: 1 - 3 days Heavy Use: 3 - 5 days Answered by Audry Lade 1 year ago.

Depends on what drugs r in it, cocaine and what not only stay a couple days but other stuff can lasts weeks just depends on what there made with, ive had some friends go into seizures on X and i had a near death experience its not really worth a night of fun you should try finding more to do with your time your life sounds like it must be a little boring if you gotta pop pills, try geting a job and going to church or making some new friends would probably be a real good idea Answered by Wonda Mciff 1 year ago.


How long does pcp stay in your system?
Asked by Christinia Sherow 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Erline Breyfogle 1 year ago.

I love smoked pcp on Friday but it was a low dose, how long before it completely out my system? Answered by Nicola Slayton 1 year ago.

long pcp stay system Answered by Elwanda Mailander 1 year ago.


Is there anything like Nicotine gum? i heard it helps to quit smoking.?
Asked by Jimmie Mellin 1 year ago.

Yes! Nicorette From Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a chewing gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) and even an inhaler. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol® Nicotrol®, and Nicoderm®. Answered by Winnie Degelbeck 1 year ago.

There are other products, don't know their names, look on the computer under nicotine replacments. My husband chews, and is trying to cut back, he has tried Bacc Off, a herbal chew replacement, and he likes the flavor, feel etc. Bacc Off may have some cigarette replacement products. Try tackeling that one problem you hate, turn a negitive into a positive, you will feel a generous swelling of pride. Answered by Scarlett Vandewerker 1 year ago.

yes nicorette is a good soure also go to a wallmart they have numerouse too choose from good luck to yeah Answered by Brittany Demeglio 1 year ago.

yea! but quitting is more than that.. you need the right friends as well..... i told my fren im gonna quit... and for two mths i didnt smoke.. to show me how proud of me he is, he bought me 2 cartons of cigarettes as a reward for my achievement Answered by Brian Heddins 1 year ago.

yes I believe its called nicorette Answered by Reanna Spilman 1 year ago.

Nicorette...good stuff! Answered by Chantay Munks 1 year ago.


Ok im still smokeless in ny im really trying not to smoke but my ? is does the patch really work ?
and should i invest in it or is it as bad as smoking a cig Asked by Sabine Goodfriend 1 year ago.

The patch delivers nicotine into your system without the tar and carcinogens that you absorb when actually smoking. Because small amounts of nicotine are constantly being absorbed, you will find your cravings deminish and it might help you stay smoke free. You reduce the level of nicotine gradually, so over time, your dependance is reduced, which makes it easier to quit completely. I used the patch my first time quitting and it worked quite well for me, but the nicotine level was a bit high, so I took it off. My doctor recently told me it was ok to cut the patch in half, so I'm starting on it again on Monday. Keep in mind that, because you are not inhaling smoke, your body will continue to heal the damage that smoking has caused while you use the patch. Answered by Missy Bucolo 1 year ago.

The patch isn't as bad for your lungs as smoking, but it's still a source of nicotine, so it's just substituting one addiction for another. If you're able to stop smoking without the patch, you're probably better off. Answered by Zane Whinery 1 year ago.

its still got addictive nicotine but its not bad for you because it does not contain tobacco. nicotine itself is not harmful, only addictive. Answered by Dallas Zegarra 1 year ago.


Blood drug testing!! help!!?
Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages... Asked by Veronica Teele 1 year ago.

Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages I didn't state how many times I had actually done each one of them, but when she asked me, I told her I had only smoked weed once and taken 4 valium all together (when in reality I had smoked probably 4-5 within the last month and 1/2). The irony of this all is that actually yesterday I had to go in for my yearly blood test so they could check my thyroid, cholesterol, ect, but my my just threatened me telling me that she was going to call the clinic and tell them to run a drug screening also, to make sure I wasn't lying and that maybe I was taking other drugs as well. Thats not what I'm worried about though, I'm just worried about her really seeing how much is really in my system. How much do blood tests show? Will it show everything I've done in the last 2 months or only what i've done in the last 2 weeks? Please help! (please don't go on about how I should have just told the truth in the first place, it was already really humiliating for me and i just told her what popped into my head first) THANK YOU!! Answered by Jenine Teagle 1 year ago.

"The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time." Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1 hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), most, 2-3 days; a few, 4-8 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalants, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days Basically, a blood test is just going to show if you have done drugs or now. The test can't tell how much you have done. If you only did the drugs a few times a couple of months ago, nothing is going to show up. But if you have a serious problem and you were doing the drugs multiple times EVERYDAY, then you can still get a positive reading on a drug test even a month later because the drugs will stay present in the system of a chronic user. I really wouldn't worry about what you think your mom is going to find. If you didn't do any drugs about 2 weeks before your blood test, then the chances that they will find something will be a very slim chance. Answered by Raymond Mendola 1 year ago.

I'm not quite sure, so wait for another answer... but I'm pretty sure the blood test doesn't say how much was in your system, just tests "positive" or "negative" for each individual thing... So, as long as you hadn't done any other drugs other than what you told her, the blood work would just say that you tested positive for THC and for whatever chemical metabolized valium produces. No quantity/amount or anything. Answered by Alan Kammler 1 year ago.

um yeah. just don't do drugs. Simple. Answered by Elmer Bjerk 1 year ago.


Does nicorette cause cancer?
Nicorette is a nicotine replacement remedy. But has it been shown that it can potentially be carcinogenic? I can't find any info on the packaging. Asked by Jaunita Schmoldt 1 year ago.

Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a nicotine gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) lozenge, inhaler, and nasal spray. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. These treatments are commonly referred to as nicotine replacement therapies. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol®, Nicotrol®, Nicoderm, and Commit®. SIDE EFFECTS: Because this gum contains nicotine, it has a peppery-like taste. It may cause a tingling sensation when chewed. During the first few days of using this medication, you may experience mouth sores, jaw muscle aches, increased saliva production, indigestion, or headache. These effects should disappear as use of the gum is continued. Chewing the gum too fast can cause lightheadedness, dizziness, hiccups, nausea, vomiting or insomnia. If these effects occur, chew the gum more slowly. Notify your doctor if you develop symptoms of too much nicotine in your body: cold sweats, fainting, confusion, pounding heart. In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist. SO USE OF NICORATTE DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER- But at the same time it should not be abused. - Answered by Magali Nyhan 1 year ago.

Can Nicotine Gum Cause Cancer Answered by Jody Gorgone 1 year ago.

nicorette cancer Answered by Aleida Golbin 1 year ago.

it’s not the nicotine that bad for you, ... nicotine is not a carcinogen there fore does not cause cancer it does however reduce blood flow and causes a reduction to the mouth and can cause gum issues. Answered by Jeraldine Luchenbill 1 year ago.

yes, nicorrette does cause cancer, nicorrette can cause stroke,heart disease,lung cancer and the most popular: emphisema. which can kill you on a daily basis. (happening too often) if you smoke, your going the wrong direction! if you are smoking, try to see your doctor for more information! or call the quitline to get the facts. thats all i can tell you! bye for now! Answered by Rosario Guffey 1 year ago.


What is the molecular formula of nicotine?
Please I have been stuck on this question for a long time if i could get a step by step help that would be greatly appreciated :) Nicotine has the empirical formula, C5H7N. A solution of 0.500 g of nicotine in 12.0 g of water boils at 100.140*C. What is the the molecular formula of nicotine? Asked by Corrie Stlouis 1 year ago.

THIS IS ALLOT. BUT IT IS Chemical Database Nicotine Identifications Formula: C10H14N2 Formula: C10H14N2O Formula: C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Elements: Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen CAS Number: 54-11-5 Caswell Number: 597 CCOHS Record Number: 446 RCRA Waste Number: P075 RTECS Number: QS5250000 Synonyms/Related: (+)-Nicotine (+-) NICOTINE (+-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (+-)-Nicotine (-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine (-)-Nicotine (2S) 3-(1-Methyl-pyrrolidin-2-yl)-pyridine (R)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (R,S)-Nicotine (S)-(-)-NICOTINE, 3-[(2S)-1-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDINYL] PYRIDINE (S)-3-(1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinyl) Pyridine (S)-3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-3-(N-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-Nicotine .beta.-Pyridyl-.alpha.-N-methylpyrroli... .beta.-Pyrimidum 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)-pyrrolidene 1-Methyl-2-(3-pyridyl) pyrrolidine 2'-beta-H-Nicotine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine 3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine 3-(2-(N-methylpyrrolidinyl)) pyridine 3-(N-METHYLPYROLLIDINO) PYRIDINE 3-(N-Methylpyrrolidino) pyridine 3-(tetrahydro-1-methyl pyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine 3-Pyridinecarboxamide, N,N-diethyl- 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridi... Anacardone Anacordone Astrocar beta-Pyridyl-alpha-N-methylpyrrolidine beta-Pyrimidum C00745 c0468 C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Camphozone Canfodiamina Carbamidal Cardamine Cardiagen Cardiamid Cardiamide Cardiamina Cardiamine Cardimon Citocor Coracon Coraetamidum Coraethamide Coraethamidum Coralept Coramine Coravita Corazone Cordiamid Cordiamin Cordiamine Corditon Cordynil Corediol Corespin Corethamide Coretone Corivo Cormed Cormid Cormotyl Cornotone Corotonin Corovit Corvin Corvitan Corvitol Corvotone Corywas D-Nicotine Danamine destruxol Destruxol orchid spray Diaethyl-nicotinamid Diaethyl-nicotinamid [German] Diaethylamidum acidi nicotinici Diethyl-Nicotamide Diethylamid kyseliny nikotinove [Czech] Diethylnicotinamide Dietilamide-Carbopiridina Dinacoryl DL-tetrahydronicotyrine Dynacoryl Dynamicarde Elitone Emo-nik ENT 3,424 Eucoran FLUX MAAG Flux Maay fumeto bac Fumetobac Habitrol Hansacor Inicardio Kardiamid Kardonyl Kordiamin L(-)-nicotine L-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine l-Nicotine Leptamin MACH-NIC Mediamid methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine Micotine N, N-Diethylnicotinamide N,N-Diethyl-3-pyridinecarboxamide N,N-DIETHYLNICOTINAMIDE NCT Ni-Cor niagara p.a. Niagara p.a. dust Niamine Nic-Sal Nicaethamidum Nicetamida [INN-Spanish] Nicetamide Nicetamide [DCIT] Nicethamide Nicethamidum [INN-Latin] Nico-dust Nico-fume Nicocide Nicor Nicordamin Nicorine Nicoryl Nicotin Nicotina Nicotina (ITALIAN) Nicotina [Italian] Nicotinamide, N,N-diethyl- Nicotine NICOTINE (L) (PYRROLIDINE,N-METHYL,ALPHA-(D-BETA-PYRI... Nicotine alkaloid Nicotine [BSI:ISO] Nicotine [USAN] Nicotine, (+-)- Nicotine, liquid Nicotinic acid diethylamide Nicotrol Nicotrol Inhaler Nicotrol NS Nikardin Niketamid Niketamide Nikethamide Nikethamide [BAN:INN] Niketharol Nikethyl Niketilamid Nikorin Nikotin Nikotin (GERMAN) Nikotin [German] Nikotyna Nikotyna (POLISH) Nikotyna [Polish] Niquetamida Nisetamide Ortho N-4 Ortho N-4 and N-5 dusts Ortho N-4 dust Ortho N-5 Ortho N-5 dust Percoral Procardine Procorman Prostep Pseudonicotine Pyricardyl Pyridine, 3- (1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- Pyridine, 3- (tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine, 3-((2S)-1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (R)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (s)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine-3-carboxydiethylamide Pyridine-3-carboxylic acid diethylamide Pyrrolidine, 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)- Reformin Rehormin S-(-)-Nicotine Salvacard Salvacorin Sancora SDCCGMLS-0066911.P001 Solyacord Stellamine Stiminol Stimulin Tendust Tetrahydronicotyrine, dl- Tonocard Tonocor Vasazol Ventramine XL All Insecti-cide, Emo-Nib XL All Insecticide Properties Incompatiblities: strong acids strong oxidizers Health & Regulatory Guidelines EPA Regulations: Reportable Quantity: 100 Lbs NFPA 704 Rating: Health Hazardard Rating: 4 Fire Hazardard Rating: 1 Reactivity Hazardard Rating: 0 NIOSH Guidelines: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 IDLH: 5 mg/m3 OSHA Regulations: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 TWA Vacated: 0.5 mg/m3 Health Risks: Highly Toxic 49 CFR 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table Hazardous materials description and proper shipping namesHaz class or divID#PGLCSpec prov §172.102Pack §173Qty limitVessel ExcepNon BulkBulkPass air/railCargo air onlyLocOther (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8A)(8B)... Current as of January 2006 Nicotine6.1UN1654II6.1IB2153202... 2004 E Answered by Jacque Marstaller 1 year ago.

I need points Answered by Shaneka Mcclenty 1 year ago.


How long does cocaine stay in your system?
Asked by Caterina Showman 1 year ago.

"Drug-Use Is Life Abuse" - Drug-Use Is Self-Abuse - Drugs Destroy Dreams! How long do drugs (including alcohol) stay in your system? Well...it depends on you! The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time. As you review the figures below, please keep these three thoughts in mind, too: Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Delisa Shoulders 1 year ago.

Depends on what kind of test you have to take and what form you have ingested. DOT tests (for truck drivers) are much more stringent. Your garden variety run of the mill pre employment has an acceptable level of 5 different catagories. DOT levels are much much much lower. Or if it is administered thru a treatment program or something ordered by the court it might be such as the DOT. Best to find out what kind of test it is, if you can pass or not. Oh and also, stay off the dope. Answered by Margert Jester 1 year ago.

If you need to ask this kind of a question then you must be just a druggie loser . Must be praying to pass a drug test! If you don't use illegal drugs you wouldn't have to worry about how long it will stay in your system:-)~ Answered by Shiela Tavis 1 year ago.

I remember learning that it was supposed to be 48 hours, but all bodies are different, therefore, process things slightly faster or slower. Answered by Darell Toner 1 year ago.

3-4 days depending on your body size I failed a UA because of stupid mistakes Answered by Krystin Goodrich 1 year ago.

Until you pass out Answered by Saundra Cassem 1 year ago.

As long as you keep smoking and sniffing it. Who ever does it should quit! Krazy Libra Answered by Justin Mattocks 1 year ago.

thay can go back as far as 6 months is some cases....it really depends on how much you use Answered by Ahmed Wrench 1 year ago.


Drugs question?
how long does E stay in the body for visable on drug tests? Asked by Thomas Florez 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Bok Rasulo 1 year ago.

Tested for in Standard Drug Tests? NO Can Trigger Tests for Other Substances? Yes : Amphetamines Detection Period in Urine: Single Use: 1 - 3 days Heavy Use: 3 - 5 days Answered by Marguerita Villnave 1 year ago.

Depends on what drugs r in it, cocaine and what not only stay a couple days but other stuff can lasts weeks just depends on what there made with, ive had some friends go into seizures on X and i had a near death experience its not really worth a night of fun you should try finding more to do with your time your life sounds like it must be a little boring if you gotta pop pills, try geting a job and going to church or making some new friends would probably be a real good idea Answered by Kenny Kite 1 year ago.


How long does pcp stay in your system?
Asked by Bebe Nabritt 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Minda Rybicki 1 year ago.

I love smoked pcp on Friday but it was a low dose, how long before it completely out my system? Answered by Donn Saniger 1 year ago.

long pcp stay system Answered by Hellen Tyksinski 1 year ago.


Is there anything like Nicotine gum? i heard it helps to quit smoking.?
Asked by Rene Zamarripa 1 year ago.

Yes! Nicorette From Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a chewing gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) and even an inhaler. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol® Nicotrol®, and Nicoderm®. Answered by Deana Ringlein 1 year ago.

There are other products, don't know their names, look on the computer under nicotine replacments. My husband chews, and is trying to cut back, he has tried Bacc Off, a herbal chew replacement, and he likes the flavor, feel etc. Bacc Off may have some cigarette replacement products. Try tackeling that one problem you hate, turn a negitive into a positive, you will feel a generous swelling of pride. Answered by Sueann Zirkle 1 year ago.

yes nicorette is a good soure also go to a wallmart they have numerouse too choose from good luck to yeah Answered by Lanelle Harkema 1 year ago.

yea! but quitting is more than that.. you need the right friends as well..... i told my fren im gonna quit... and for two mths i didnt smoke.. to show me how proud of me he is, he bought me 2 cartons of cigarettes as a reward for my achievement Answered by Abram Keogh 1 year ago.

yes I believe its called nicorette Answered by Kandra Bramlett 1 year ago.

Nicorette...good stuff! Answered by Curt Cantero 1 year ago.


Ok im still smokeless in ny im really trying not to smoke but my ? is does the patch really work ?
and should i invest in it or is it as bad as smoking a cig Asked by Benedict Bellinder 1 year ago.

The patch delivers nicotine into your system without the tar and carcinogens that you absorb when actually smoking. Because small amounts of nicotine are constantly being absorbed, you will find your cravings deminish and it might help you stay smoke free. You reduce the level of nicotine gradually, so over time, your dependance is reduced, which makes it easier to quit completely. I used the patch my first time quitting and it worked quite well for me, but the nicotine level was a bit high, so I took it off. My doctor recently told me it was ok to cut the patch in half, so I'm starting on it again on Monday. Keep in mind that, because you are not inhaling smoke, your body will continue to heal the damage that smoking has caused while you use the patch. Answered by Birdie Mains 1 year ago.

The patch isn't as bad for your lungs as smoking, but it's still a source of nicotine, so it's just substituting one addiction for another. If you're able to stop smoking without the patch, you're probably better off. Answered by Gianna Raburn 1 year ago.

its still got addictive nicotine but its not bad for you because it does not contain tobacco. nicotine itself is not harmful, only addictive. Answered by Audry Spelman 1 year ago.


Blood drug testing!! help!!?
Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages... Asked by Carlota Christaldi 1 year ago.

Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages I didn't state how many times I had actually done each one of them, but when she asked me, I told her I had only smoked weed once and taken 4 valium all together (when in reality I had smoked probably 4-5 within the last month and 1/2). The irony of this all is that actually yesterday I had to go in for my yearly blood test so they could check my thyroid, cholesterol, ect, but my my just threatened me telling me that she was going to call the clinic and tell them to run a drug screening also, to make sure I wasn't lying and that maybe I was taking other drugs as well. Thats not what I'm worried about though, I'm just worried about her really seeing how much is really in my system. How much do blood tests show? Will it show everything I've done in the last 2 months or only what i've done in the last 2 weeks? Please help! (please don't go on about how I should have just told the truth in the first place, it was already really humiliating for me and i just told her what popped into my head first) THANK YOU!! Answered by Sidney Wadsworth 1 year ago.

"The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time." Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1 hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), most, 2-3 days; a few, 4-8 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalants, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days Basically, a blood test is just going to show if you have done drugs or now. The test can't tell how much you have done. If you only did the drugs a few times a couple of months ago, nothing is going to show up. But if you have a serious problem and you were doing the drugs multiple times EVERYDAY, then you can still get a positive reading on a drug test even a month later because the drugs will stay present in the system of a chronic user. I really wouldn't worry about what you think your mom is going to find. If you didn't do any drugs about 2 weeks before your blood test, then the chances that they will find something will be a very slim chance. Answered by Jazmine Kranze 1 year ago.

I'm not quite sure, so wait for another answer... but I'm pretty sure the blood test doesn't say how much was in your system, just tests "positive" or "negative" for each individual thing... So, as long as you hadn't done any other drugs other than what you told her, the blood work would just say that you tested positive for THC and for whatever chemical metabolized valium produces. No quantity/amount or anything. Answered by Tennille Kriek 1 year ago.

um yeah. just don't do drugs. Simple. Answered by Alexander Wheelan 1 year ago.


Does nicorette cause cancer?
Nicorette is a nicotine replacement remedy. But has it been shown that it can potentially be carcinogenic? I can't find any info on the packaging. Asked by Basil Horky 1 year ago.

Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a nicotine gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) lozenge, inhaler, and nasal spray. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. These treatments are commonly referred to as nicotine replacement therapies. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol®, Nicotrol®, Nicoderm, and Commit®. SIDE EFFECTS: Because this gum contains nicotine, it has a peppery-like taste. It may cause a tingling sensation when chewed. During the first few days of using this medication, you may experience mouth sores, jaw muscle aches, increased saliva production, indigestion, or headache. These effects should disappear as use of the gum is continued. Chewing the gum too fast can cause lightheadedness, dizziness, hiccups, nausea, vomiting or insomnia. If these effects occur, chew the gum more slowly. Notify your doctor if you develop symptoms of too much nicotine in your body: cold sweats, fainting, confusion, pounding heart. In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist. SO USE OF NICORATTE DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER- But at the same time it should not be abused. - Answered by Cathi Vinal 1 year ago.

Can Nicotine Gum Cause Cancer Answered by Cheri Ayles 1 year ago.

nicorette cancer Answered by Rubi Hemming 1 year ago.

it’s not the nicotine that bad for you, ... nicotine is not a carcinogen there fore does not cause cancer it does however reduce blood flow and causes a reduction to the mouth and can cause gum issues. Answered by Macie Kieft 1 year ago.

yes, nicorrette does cause cancer, nicorrette can cause stroke,heart disease,lung cancer and the most popular: emphisema. which can kill you on a daily basis. (happening too often) if you smoke, your going the wrong direction! if you are smoking, try to see your doctor for more information! or call the quitline to get the facts. thats all i can tell you! bye for now! Answered by Julia Lundvall 1 year ago.


What is the molecular formula of nicotine?
Please I have been stuck on this question for a long time if i could get a step by step help that would be greatly appreciated :) Nicotine has the empirical formula, C5H7N. A solution of 0.500 g of nicotine in 12.0 g of water boils at 100.140*C. What is the the molecular formula of nicotine? Asked by Bobbie Ruegg 1 year ago.

THIS IS ALLOT. BUT IT IS Chemical Database Nicotine Identifications Formula: C10H14N2 Formula: C10H14N2O Formula: C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Elements: Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen CAS Number: 54-11-5 Caswell Number: 597 CCOHS Record Number: 446 RCRA Waste Number: P075 RTECS Number: QS5250000 Synonyms/Related: (+)-Nicotine (+-) NICOTINE (+-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (+-)-Nicotine (-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine (-)-Nicotine (2S) 3-(1-Methyl-pyrrolidin-2-yl)-pyridine (R)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (R,S)-Nicotine (S)-(-)-NICOTINE, 3-[(2S)-1-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDINYL] PYRIDINE (S)-3-(1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinyl) Pyridine (S)-3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-3-(N-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-Nicotine .beta.-Pyridyl-.alpha.-N-methylpyrroli... .beta.-Pyrimidum 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)-pyrrolidene 1-Methyl-2-(3-pyridyl) pyrrolidine 2'-beta-H-Nicotine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine 3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine 3-(2-(N-methylpyrrolidinyl)) pyridine 3-(N-METHYLPYROLLIDINO) PYRIDINE 3-(N-Methylpyrrolidino) pyridine 3-(tetrahydro-1-methyl pyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine 3-Pyridinecarboxamide, N,N-diethyl- 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridi... Anacardone Anacordone Astrocar beta-Pyridyl-alpha-N-methylpyrrolidine beta-Pyrimidum C00745 c0468 C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Camphozone Canfodiamina Carbamidal Cardamine Cardiagen Cardiamid Cardiamide Cardiamina Cardiamine Cardimon Citocor Coracon Coraetamidum Coraethamide Coraethamidum Coralept Coramine Coravita Corazone Cordiamid Cordiamin Cordiamine Corditon Cordynil Corediol Corespin Corethamide Coretone Corivo Cormed Cormid Cormotyl Cornotone Corotonin Corovit Corvin Corvitan Corvitol Corvotone Corywas D-Nicotine Danamine destruxol Destruxol orchid spray Diaethyl-nicotinamid Diaethyl-nicotinamid [German] Diaethylamidum acidi nicotinici Diethyl-Nicotamide Diethylamid kyseliny nikotinove [Czech] Diethylnicotinamide Dietilamide-Carbopiridina Dinacoryl DL-tetrahydronicotyrine Dynacoryl Dynamicarde Elitone Emo-nik ENT 3,424 Eucoran FLUX MAAG Flux Maay fumeto bac Fumetobac Habitrol Hansacor Inicardio Kardiamid Kardonyl Kordiamin L(-)-nicotine L-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine l-Nicotine Leptamin MACH-NIC Mediamid methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine Micotine N, N-Diethylnicotinamide N,N-Diethyl-3-pyridinecarboxamide N,N-DIETHYLNICOTINAMIDE NCT Ni-Cor niagara p.a. Niagara p.a. dust Niamine Nic-Sal Nicaethamidum Nicetamida [INN-Spanish] Nicetamide Nicetamide [DCIT] Nicethamide Nicethamidum [INN-Latin] Nico-dust Nico-fume Nicocide Nicor Nicordamin Nicorine Nicoryl Nicotin Nicotina Nicotina (ITALIAN) Nicotina [Italian] Nicotinamide, N,N-diethyl- Nicotine NICOTINE (L) (PYRROLIDINE,N-METHYL,ALPHA-(D-BETA-PYRI... Nicotine alkaloid Nicotine [BSI:ISO] Nicotine [USAN] Nicotine, (+-)- Nicotine, liquid Nicotinic acid diethylamide Nicotrol Nicotrol Inhaler Nicotrol NS Nikardin Niketamid Niketamide Nikethamide Nikethamide [BAN:INN] Niketharol Nikethyl Niketilamid Nikorin Nikotin Nikotin (GERMAN) Nikotin [German] Nikotyna Nikotyna (POLISH) Nikotyna [Polish] Niquetamida Nisetamide Ortho N-4 Ortho N-4 and N-5 dusts Ortho N-4 dust Ortho N-5 Ortho N-5 dust Percoral Procardine Procorman Prostep Pseudonicotine Pyricardyl Pyridine, 3- (1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- Pyridine, 3- (tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine, 3-((2S)-1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (R)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (s)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine-3-carboxydiethylamide Pyridine-3-carboxylic acid diethylamide Pyrrolidine, 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)- Reformin Rehormin S-(-)-Nicotine Salvacard Salvacorin Sancora SDCCGMLS-0066911.P001 Solyacord Stellamine Stiminol Stimulin Tendust Tetrahydronicotyrine, dl- Tonocard Tonocor Vasazol Ventramine XL All Insecti-cide, Emo-Nib XL All Insecticide Properties Incompatiblities: strong acids strong oxidizers Health & Regulatory Guidelines EPA Regulations: Reportable Quantity: 100 Lbs NFPA 704 Rating: Health Hazardard Rating: 4 Fire Hazardard Rating: 1 Reactivity Hazardard Rating: 0 NIOSH Guidelines: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 IDLH: 5 mg/m3 OSHA Regulations: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 TWA Vacated: 0.5 mg/m3 Health Risks: Highly Toxic 49 CFR 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table Hazardous materials description and proper shipping namesHaz class or divID#PGLCSpec prov §172.102Pack §173Qty limitVessel ExcepNon BulkBulkPass air/railCargo air onlyLocOther (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8A)(8B)... Current as of January 2006 Nicotine6.1UN1654II6.1IB2153202... 2004 E Answered by Milo Soderberg 1 year ago.

I need points Answered by Meg Riechman 1 year ago.


How long does cocaine stay in your system?
Asked by Samuel Lenkiewicz 1 year ago.

"Drug-Use Is Life Abuse" - Drug-Use Is Self-Abuse - Drugs Destroy Dreams! How long do drugs (including alcohol) stay in your system? Well...it depends on you! The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time. As you review the figures below, please keep these three thoughts in mind, too: Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Marhta Thibideau 1 year ago.

Depends on what kind of test you have to take and what form you have ingested. DOT tests (for truck drivers) are much more stringent. Your garden variety run of the mill pre employment has an acceptable level of 5 different catagories. DOT levels are much much much lower. Or if it is administered thru a treatment program or something ordered by the court it might be such as the DOT. Best to find out what kind of test it is, if you can pass or not. Oh and also, stay off the dope. Answered by Eura Augustus 1 year ago.

If you need to ask this kind of a question then you must be just a druggie loser . Must be praying to pass a drug test! If you don't use illegal drugs you wouldn't have to worry about how long it will stay in your system:-)~ Answered by Wan Cuadra 1 year ago.

I remember learning that it was supposed to be 48 hours, but all bodies are different, therefore, process things slightly faster or slower. Answered by Consuelo Addie 1 year ago.

3-4 days depending on your body size I failed a UA because of stupid mistakes Answered by Carita Mondok 1 year ago.

Until you pass out Answered by Teodora Boche 1 year ago.

As long as you keep smoking and sniffing it. Who ever does it should quit! Krazy Libra Answered by Petronila Cleek 1 year ago.

thay can go back as far as 6 months is some cases....it really depends on how much you use Answered by Laverne Standridge 1 year ago.


Drugs question?
how long does E stay in the body for visable on drug tests? Asked by Rudy Riech 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Adelina Linzy 1 year ago.

Tested for in Standard Drug Tests? NO Can Trigger Tests for Other Substances? Yes : Amphetamines Detection Period in Urine: Single Use: 1 - 3 days Heavy Use: 3 - 5 days Answered by Shirlee Presnell 1 year ago.

Depends on what drugs r in it, cocaine and what not only stay a couple days but other stuff can lasts weeks just depends on what there made with, ive had some friends go into seizures on X and i had a near death experience its not really worth a night of fun you should try finding more to do with your time your life sounds like it must be a little boring if you gotta pop pills, try geting a job and going to church or making some new friends would probably be a real good idea Answered by Britni Socci 1 year ago.


How long does pcp stay in your system?
Asked by Jina Kempa 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Arlene Lansdale 1 year ago.

I love smoked pcp on Friday but it was a low dose, how long before it completely out my system? Answered by Nguyet Barrie 1 year ago.

long pcp stay system Answered by Darcel Sunderlin 1 year ago.


Is there anything like Nicotine gum? i heard it helps to quit smoking.?
Asked by Enedina Dunshee 1 year ago.

Yes! Nicorette From Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a chewing gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) and even an inhaler. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol® Nicotrol®, and Nicoderm®. Answered by Brandon Schear 1 year ago.

There are other products, don't know their names, look on the computer under nicotine replacments. My husband chews, and is trying to cut back, he has tried Bacc Off, a herbal chew replacement, and he likes the flavor, feel etc. Bacc Off may have some cigarette replacement products. Try tackeling that one problem you hate, turn a negitive into a positive, you will feel a generous swelling of pride. Answered by Blossom Lastinger 1 year ago.

yes nicorette is a good soure also go to a wallmart they have numerouse too choose from good luck to yeah Answered by Tyler Prins 1 year ago.

yea! but quitting is more than that.. you need the right friends as well..... i told my fren im gonna quit... and for two mths i didnt smoke.. to show me how proud of me he is, he bought me 2 cartons of cigarettes as a reward for my achievement Answered by Eulah Cieslinski 1 year ago.

yes I believe its called nicorette Answered by Elmo Monkowski 1 year ago.

Nicorette...good stuff! Answered by Khalilah Wibbenmeyer 1 year ago.


Ok im still smokeless in ny im really trying not to smoke but my ? is does the patch really work ?
and should i invest in it or is it as bad as smoking a cig Asked by Beulah Marque 1 year ago.

The patch delivers nicotine into your system without the tar and carcinogens that you absorb when actually smoking. Because small amounts of nicotine are constantly being absorbed, you will find your cravings deminish and it might help you stay smoke free. You reduce the level of nicotine gradually, so over time, your dependance is reduced, which makes it easier to quit completely. I used the patch my first time quitting and it worked quite well for me, but the nicotine level was a bit high, so I took it off. My doctor recently told me it was ok to cut the patch in half, so I'm starting on it again on Monday. Keep in mind that, because you are not inhaling smoke, your body will continue to heal the damage that smoking has caused while you use the patch. Answered by Lupe Oderkirk 1 year ago.

The patch isn't as bad for your lungs as smoking, but it's still a source of nicotine, so it's just substituting one addiction for another. If you're able to stop smoking without the patch, you're probably better off. Answered by Marcellus Cray 1 year ago.

its still got addictive nicotine but its not bad for you because it does not contain tobacco. nicotine itself is not harmful, only addictive. Answered by Karren Kingshott 1 year ago.


Blood drug testing!! help!!?
Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages... Asked by Breanna Police 1 year ago.

Okay, so my mom went through my myspace today because I forgot to log off. And in my messages, I was talking about how I had done valium recently, smoked week a couple times, ect. So in a nutshell, she found out I had been doing drugs (I'm really stopping good for now so please don't preach at me). In the messages I didn't state how many times I had actually done each one of them, but when she asked me, I told her I had only smoked weed once and taken 4 valium all together (when in reality I had smoked probably 4-5 within the last month and 1/2). The irony of this all is that actually yesterday I had to go in for my yearly blood test so they could check my thyroid, cholesterol, ect, but my my just threatened me telling me that she was going to call the clinic and tell them to run a drug screening also, to make sure I wasn't lying and that maybe I was taking other drugs as well. Thats not what I'm worried about though, I'm just worried about her really seeing how much is really in my system. How much do blood tests show? Will it show everything I've done in the last 2 months or only what i've done in the last 2 weeks? Please help! (please don't go on about how I should have just told the truth in the first place, it was already really humiliating for me and i just told her what popped into my head first) THANK YOU!! Answered by Daisey Ormond 1 year ago.

"The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time." Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1 hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), most, 2-3 days; a few, 4-8 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalants, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days Basically, a blood test is just going to show if you have done drugs or now. The test can't tell how much you have done. If you only did the drugs a few times a couple of months ago, nothing is going to show up. But if you have a serious problem and you were doing the drugs multiple times EVERYDAY, then you can still get a positive reading on a drug test even a month later because the drugs will stay present in the system of a chronic user. I really wouldn't worry about what you think your mom is going to find. If you didn't do any drugs about 2 weeks before your blood test, then the chances that they will find something will be a very slim chance. Answered by Glen Millich 1 year ago.

I'm not quite sure, so wait for another answer... but I'm pretty sure the blood test doesn't say how much was in your system, just tests "positive" or "negative" for each individual thing... So, as long as you hadn't done any other drugs other than what you told her, the blood work would just say that you tested positive for THC and for whatever chemical metabolized valium produces. No quantity/amount or anything. Answered by Hong Troller 1 year ago.

um yeah. just don't do drugs. Simple. Answered by Silas Cusenza 1 year ago.


Does nicorette cause cancer?
Nicorette is a nicotine replacement remedy. But has it been shown that it can potentially be carcinogenic? I can't find any info on the packaging. Asked by Argelia Alben 1 year ago.

Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a nicotine gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) lozenge, inhaler, and nasal spray. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. These treatments are commonly referred to as nicotine replacement therapies. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol®, Nicotrol®, Nicoderm, and Commit®. SIDE EFFECTS: Because this gum contains nicotine, it has a peppery-like taste. It may cause a tingling sensation when chewed. During the first few days of using this medication, you may experience mouth sores, jaw muscle aches, increased saliva production, indigestion, or headache. These effects should disappear as use of the gum is continued. Chewing the gum too fast can cause lightheadedness, dizziness, hiccups, nausea, vomiting or insomnia. If these effects occur, chew the gum more slowly. Notify your doctor if you develop symptoms of too much nicotine in your body: cold sweats, fainting, confusion, pounding heart. In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist. SO USE OF NICORATTE DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER- But at the same time it should not be abused. - Answered by Eliseo Zumbrunnen 1 year ago.

Can Nicotine Gum Cause Cancer Answered by Ilene Miesen 1 year ago.

nicorette cancer Answered by Fabiola Dininno 1 year ago.

it’s not the nicotine that bad for you, ... nicotine is not a carcinogen there fore does not cause cancer it does however reduce blood flow and causes a reduction to the mouth and can cause gum issues. Answered by Cesar Puca 1 year ago.

yes, nicorrette does cause cancer, nicorrette can cause stroke,heart disease,lung cancer and the most popular: emphisema. which can kill you on a daily basis. (happening too often) if you smoke, your going the wrong direction! if you are smoking, try to see your doctor for more information! or call the quitline to get the facts. thats all i can tell you! bye for now! Answered by Natalie Settino 1 year ago.


What is the molecular formula of nicotine?
Please I have been stuck on this question for a long time if i could get a step by step help that would be greatly appreciated :) Nicotine has the empirical formula, C5H7N. A solution of 0.500 g of nicotine in 12.0 g of water boils at 100.140*C. What is the the molecular formula of nicotine? Asked by Darlena Mooser 1 year ago.

THIS IS ALLOT. BUT IT IS Chemical Database Nicotine Identifications Formula: C10H14N2 Formula: C10H14N2O Formula: C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Elements: Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen CAS Number: 54-11-5 Caswell Number: 597 CCOHS Record Number: 446 RCRA Waste Number: P075 RTECS Number: QS5250000 Synonyms/Related: (+)-Nicotine (+-) NICOTINE (+-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (+-)-Nicotine (-)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine (-)-Nicotine (2S) 3-(1-Methyl-pyrrolidin-2-yl)-pyridine (R)-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine (R,S)-Nicotine (S)-(-)-NICOTINE, 3-[(2S)-1-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDINYL] PYRIDINE (S)-3-(1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinyl) Pyridine (S)-3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-3-(N-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine (S)-Nicotine .beta.-Pyridyl-.alpha.-N-methylpyrroli... .beta.-Pyrimidum 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)-pyrrolidene 1-Methyl-2-(3-pyridyl) pyrrolidine 2'-beta-H-Nicotine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine 3-(1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl) pyridine 3-(2-(N-methylpyrrolidinyl)) pyridine 3-(N-METHYLPYROLLIDINO) PYRIDINE 3-(N-Methylpyrrolidino) pyridine 3-(tetrahydro-1-methyl pyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine 3-Pyridinecarboxamide, N,N-diethyl- 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridi... Anacardone Anacordone Astrocar beta-Pyridyl-alpha-N-methylpyrrolidine beta-Pyrimidum C00745 c0468 C5H4NC4H7NCH3 Camphozone Canfodiamina Carbamidal Cardamine Cardiagen Cardiamid Cardiamide Cardiamina Cardiamine Cardimon Citocor Coracon Coraetamidum Coraethamide Coraethamidum Coralept Coramine Coravita Corazone Cordiamid Cordiamin Cordiamine Corditon Cordynil Corediol Corespin Corethamide Coretone Corivo Cormed Cormid Cormotyl Cornotone Corotonin Corovit Corvin Corvitan Corvitol Corvotone Corywas D-Nicotine Danamine destruxol Destruxol orchid spray Diaethyl-nicotinamid Diaethyl-nicotinamid [German] Diaethylamidum acidi nicotinici Diethyl-Nicotamide Diethylamid kyseliny nikotinove [Czech] Diethylnicotinamide Dietilamide-Carbopiridina Dinacoryl DL-tetrahydronicotyrine Dynacoryl Dynamicarde Elitone Emo-nik ENT 3,424 Eucoran FLUX MAAG Flux Maay fumeto bac Fumetobac Habitrol Hansacor Inicardio Kardiamid Kardonyl Kordiamin L(-)-nicotine L-3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl) pyridine l-Nicotine Leptamin MACH-NIC Mediamid methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine Micotine N, N-Diethylnicotinamide N,N-Diethyl-3-pyridinecarboxamide N,N-DIETHYLNICOTINAMIDE NCT Ni-Cor niagara p.a. Niagara p.a. dust Niamine Nic-Sal Nicaethamidum Nicetamida [INN-Spanish] Nicetamide Nicetamide [DCIT] Nicethamide Nicethamidum [INN-Latin] Nico-dust Nico-fume Nicocide Nicor Nicordamin Nicorine Nicoryl Nicotin Nicotina Nicotina (ITALIAN) Nicotina [Italian] Nicotinamide, N,N-diethyl- Nicotine NICOTINE (L) (PYRROLIDINE,N-METHYL,ALPHA-(D-BETA-PYRI... Nicotine alkaloid Nicotine [BSI:ISO] Nicotine [USAN] Nicotine, (+-)- Nicotine, liquid Nicotinic acid diethylamide Nicotrol Nicotrol Inhaler Nicotrol NS Nikardin Niketamid Niketamide Nikethamide Nikethamide [BAN:INN] Niketharol Nikethyl Niketilamid Nikorin Nikotin Nikotin (GERMAN) Nikotin [German] Nikotyna Nikotyna (POLISH) Nikotyna [Polish] Niquetamida Nisetamide Ortho N-4 Ortho N-4 and N-5 dusts Ortho N-4 dust Ortho N-5 Ortho N-5 dust Percoral Procardine Procorman Prostep Pseudonicotine Pyricardyl Pyridine, 3- (1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- Pyridine, 3- (tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine, 3-((2S)-1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (R)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (s)- Pyridine, 3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-, (S)- (9CI) Pyridine, 3-(tetrahydro-1-methylpyrrol-2-yl) Pyridine-3-carboxydiethylamide Pyridine-3-carboxylic acid diethylamide Pyrrolidine, 1-methyl-2-(3-pyridal)- Reformin Rehormin S-(-)-Nicotine Salvacard Salvacorin Sancora SDCCGMLS-0066911.P001 Solyacord Stellamine Stiminol Stimulin Tendust Tetrahydronicotyrine, dl- Tonocard Tonocor Vasazol Ventramine XL All Insecti-cide, Emo-Nib XL All Insecticide Properties Incompatiblities: strong acids strong oxidizers Health & Regulatory Guidelines EPA Regulations: Reportable Quantity: 100 Lbs NFPA 704 Rating: Health Hazardard Rating: 4 Fire Hazardard Rating: 1 Reactivity Hazardard Rating: 0 NIOSH Guidelines: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 IDLH: 5 mg/m3 OSHA Regulations: TWA: 0.5 mg/m3 TWA Vacated: 0.5 mg/m3 Health Risks: Highly Toxic 49 CFR 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table Hazardous materials description and proper shipping namesHaz class or divID#PGLCSpec prov §172.102Pack §173Qty limitVessel ExcepNon BulkBulkPass air/railCargo air onlyLocOther (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8A)(8B)... Current as of January 2006 Nicotine6.1UN1654II6.1IB2153202... 2004 E Answered by Terrell Haisten 1 year ago.

I need points Answered by Kandis Rivena 1 year ago.


How long does cocaine stay in your system?
Asked by Carline Alesse 1 year ago.

"Drug-Use Is Life Abuse" - Drug-Use Is Self-Abuse - Drugs Destroy Dreams! How long do drugs (including alcohol) stay in your system? Well...it depends on you! The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well. Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab. However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time. As you review the figures below, please keep these three thoughts in mind, too: Alcohol (Beer, Booze, Hooch, Liquor, Wine), 1hour to perhaps 10 or 12 hours (Yes, alcohol IS a drug! Drinking more than "in moderation" can lead to alcohol (drug) abuse...and perhaps alcoholism. During 2002, more than 18,000 people in the U.S. were killed by too-boozed-up DRUNK drivers! DON'T BE ONE OF THEM THIS YEAR!) CLICK HERE for more information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Lela Quiroga 1 year ago.

Depends on what kind of test you have to take and what form you have ingested. DOT tests (for truck drivers) are much more stringent. Your garden variety run of the mill pre employment has an acceptable level of 5 different catagories. DOT levels are much much much lower. Or if it is administered thru a treatment program or something ordered by the court it might be such as the DOT. Best to find out what kind of test it is, if you can pass or not. Oh and also, stay off the dope. Answered by Solomon Abbey 1 year ago.

If you need to ask this kind of a question then you must be just a druggie loser . Must be praying to pass a drug test! If you don't use illegal drugs you wouldn't have to worry about how long it will stay in your system:-)~ Answered by Jeffry Heybrock 1 year ago.

I remember learning that it was supposed to be 48 hours, but all bodies are different, therefore, process things slightly faster or slower. Answered by Marta Pomplun 1 year ago.

3-4 days depending on your body size I failed a UA because of stupid mistakes Answered by Anthony Starkweather 1 year ago.

Until you pass out Answered by Tessa Maratos 1 year ago.

As long as you keep smoking and sniffing it. Who ever does it should quit! Krazy Libra Answered by Gene Moraga 1 year ago.

thay can go back as far as 6 months is some cases....it really depends on how much you use Answered by Jeanne Lockbaum 1 year ago.


Drugs question?
how long does E stay in the body for visable on drug tests? Asked by Apryl Platter 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Lavette Boesenhofer 1 year ago.

Tested for in Standard Drug Tests? NO Can Trigger Tests for Other Substances? Yes : Amphetamines Detection Period in Urine: Single Use: 1 - 3 days Heavy Use: 3 - 5 days Answered by Maudie Reichert 1 year ago.

Depends on what drugs r in it, cocaine and what not only stay a couple days but other stuff can lasts weeks just depends on what there made with, ive had some friends go into seizures on X and i had a near death experience its not really worth a night of fun you should try finding more to do with your time your life sounds like it must be a little boring if you gotta pop pills, try geting a job and going to church or making some new friends would probably be a real good idea Answered by Zoila Schap 1 year ago.


How long does pcp stay in your system?
Asked by Altha Glowka 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Tiesha Ballester 1 year ago.

I love smoked pcp on Friday but it was a low dose, how long before it completely out my system? Answered by Romaine Konigsberg 1 year ago.

long pcp stay system Answered by Andra Micek 1 year ago.


Is there anything like Nicotine gum? i heard it helps to quit smoking.?
Asked by Waltraud Sweaney 1 year ago.

Yes! Nicorette From Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia Nicorette is a branded over-the-counter palliative treatment which is used to ameliorate the withdrawal effects involved in quitting smoking. Originally available as a patch for topical application, it was later made available as a chewing gum (composed of nicotine polacrilex) and even an inhaler. All these products contain nicotine as the active ingredient and work by delivering this into the bloodstream. Alternative brand names include Prostep®, Habitrol® Nicotrol®, and Nicoderm®. Answered by Luann Bosshardt 1 year ago.

There are other products, don't know their names, look on the computer under nicotine replacments. My husband chews, and is trying to cut back, he has tried Bacc Off, a herbal chew replacement, and he likes the flavor, feel etc. Bacc Off may have some cigarette replacement products. Try tackeling that one problem you hate, turn a negitive into a positive, you will feel a generous swelling of pride. Answered by Armando Thie 1 year ago.

yes nicorette is a good soure also go to a wallmart they have numerouse too choose from good luck to yeah Answered by Ariana Vanwey 1 year ago.

yea! but quitting is more than that.. you need the right friends as well..... i told my fren im gonna quit... and for two mths i didnt smoke.. to show me how proud of me he is, he bought me 2 cartons of cigarettes as a reward for my achievement Answered by Arron Werkhoven 1 year ago.

yes I believe its called nicorette Answered by Enda Meth 1 year ago.

Nicorette...good stuff! Answered by Eugene Matuck 1 year ago.


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