Small amounts of cocaine in hair test?

by Axe
(United States)

Will one time use (approximately) .25 grams of cocaine show up in a hair drug test?

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Hair folicle test the most reliable drug test
by: Debbie Wicker

The short answer to your question is yes, if the small amount was used in the last three months. Hair follicle drug test are the most sensitive and reliable drug test in common use.

The test will detect any drug use, of the most common kinds of drugs, if it has occurred in the three months prior to the test. Cocaine is usually included in the panel of drugs that are tested for.

If the use was more than three months ago it will not show as a positive result in the test.

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