How long does CAT drug stay in your system?
The drug: CAT, Kitty, Methcathinone; Cat drug is a stimulant much like Methamphetamine and cocaine. These types of drugs affect your nervous system.
There are a few ways to test for these drugs:
- Urine Test
- Blood Test
- Saliva Test
- Sweat Test
- Hair Test
The most used test is a urine test. It requires the subject to produce a urine sample and then the drug test will be dipped into the urine to see if any drugs are present. The variations of drugs that can be tested for is dependent on how many panels are on the test. The duration that a drug can be picked up in a urine test is dependent on the type of drug, how long you have used it, and how much you have taken.
Other factors that determine how long any drug can stay in each individual’s system:
- Metabolism – Individuals that have a high metabolism naturally use up substances that they put into their bodies more rapidly than those who have a slow metabolism.
- Body Mass and Hydration – Overweight individuals take longer to process drugs. This is because drugs can hold onto fatty tissue in the body. Naturally thin or fit individuals tend to have higher metabolisms and therefore drugs leave their bodies more quickly.
- Duration and amount of drug use – Long-term and heavy drug users have higher amounts of substances in their bodies than those who only abuse a substance of choice occasionally.
Cat drug’s chemical name “Methcathinone” forms part of the amphetamine family. It stays in your system for about 2 to 3 days. Each person reacts to drugs differently, so it makes sense that drugs clear from their body at a different rate.
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