Not in a standard drug test that you would take for a new job or any drug test you would buy at walgreens or any store. But I know in like rehab centers when they take a drug test they tell you exactly which kinds of drugs are in your system. Because I personally was in one and they had given me valium, librium, and restoril for sleep and to detox off opiates and xanax and the test results showed all three of the benzos they had given me, and all the chemicals that make up these drugs. So no not in a standard drug test but possibly yes for a rehab center or something like this. Hope this helps.
Yeah they show up in the same category
Well, that is incorrect...BENZOS ARE on a 5 panel dipstick test, what I need to know is if they actually can differenciate between two different benzos in a LAB test. FOR SURE ANSWER PLEEEEEEEEEEASE!
Yes, if it is a lab test, they will be able to differentiate between the two chemical makeups of each pill, however benzo's are not part of the standard screening NSID 5 drug testing, so it would have to be something they were looking for.
Depends on the test, they can tell the difference, they can break down each drug separately, it's more expensive test but yes they can do it, like for pain management or detox centers. Usually they use the cheaper test for courts and jobs, but if you don't know what test they use don't take the chance.
Both are in a category called benzodiazepines, so yes, they would.
Yes 7-10 days in urine
I don't know but would like to know if you found out the real answer to this question..