How Long Does Pcp Stay In Your Urine?


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Iris Phillips Profile
Iris Phillips answered
PCP, or Phencyclidine, commonly referred to as boat, angel dust, love boat or hog, as well as embalming fluid, rocket fuel and ozone or killer weed, supergrass and wack, has an array of mostly unpredictable effects on users.

At low doses, up to 5 mg, this drug tends to act like a stimulant, increasing the rate of breathing, pulse rate and blood pressure. The user may become sweaty and flushed, and muscular coordination decreases. In addition, hands and feet may begin to feel numb. Some of the effects of low doses may involve the following:
  • A frightening sense of detachment, hallucinations, depression
  • Panic caused by fever-like delirium, causing dangerous actions
  • Confusion and lack of judgment, decreased ability to reason
  • Inability to feel pain, resulting in dangerous behavior
  • Paranoid delusions leading to violence;
  • Extreme mood swings, inability to think logically, emotional instability
Higher doses, up to 15 mg, act initially more like depressants. Although conscious, users are hardly able to move or speak. Blood pressure will either drop drastically or rocket even higher. Pulse rate slows, breathing becomes shallow and nausea, vomiting, drooling or wheezing may occur, as may fever, dizziness, blurred vision and shivering, as well as spasms and uncontrolled eyeball movement.

Doses above 15 mg may result in seizures, convulsions or coma, as well as permanent damage to kidneys, liver and brain. Bad trips, where the experience is nightmarish at best, can result in long lasting psychological problems. PCP can occasionally also induce aftershocks, where effects are felt again days or weeks after ingestion.

In occasional users, PCP will be detectable in urine for up to seven days, while heavy users can expect positive results for up to four weeks. Blood tests will show PCP up to 24 hours, while hair tests are positive up to 90 days.
Deborah Wacker Profile
Deborah Wacker answered
PCP can stay in your system for up to two weeks. It is a powerful drug therefore is harder to clear from your circulatory system.
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Anonymous answered
I have seen people stay dirty for up to 30 days that were heavy smokers
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
30 dAYS
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
PCP can stay in your system for a minimum of 4 to 6 hours and a maximum of 7 to 14 days. Everyone's body is different so these rates will have slightly different time frames depending on your body.

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