14 Aug 2011
There are five drug classes mandated by the United States Federal Government that are tested in hair follicle drug tests. These five classes are: cocaine (cocaine and benzoylecgonine), marijuana (THC), opiates (codeine, morphine and 6-monacteyl morphine), methamphetamine (meth, amphetamine and ecstacy) and Phencyclidine (PCP).
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