Posted on

The Army Will Never Catch People for Opiates (Vicodin, Tramadol, Percocet, etc) on a Drug Test…How to Calculations Below:

-One milligram is equivalent to 1,000,000 nanograms

-One liter is equivalent to 1,000 mililiters

-Army cut-offs for morphine (2,000 ng/ml), codeine (2,000 ng/ml), oxycodone (100 ng/ml), oxymorphone (100 ng/ml)

-Half-life for Vicodin 4 hrs

-Half-life for Percocet 4 hrs

-Half-Life for Tramadol 6 hrs

Drugs circulate between the blood and kidneys and waste areas of the body as they break down, are filtered out, and metabolize into nothingness. Okay, so a Vicodin has 5-10 mg of shit the army tests for…Tramadol has 50 mg. This translates to 10,000,000 ng for strong Vicodin and 50,000,000 ng for Tramadol. The human body has five liters (5,000 ml) of blood.

Let’s use the Tramadol case since it has the most bad shit in it, has a longer half-life as a synthetic opiate than regular opiates, and it has a 100 ng/ml cut off for army drug test confirmation. One hour after the initial dose of one pill you’ll have 10,000 ng/ml in your system (50,000,000 ng of tramadol divided by 5,000 ml of blood in the human body).

6 hours later you have 5,000 ng/ml

12 hours later you have 2,500 ng/ml

18 hours later you have 1,250 ng/ml

24 hours later you have 625 ng/ml

30 hours later you have 312 ng/ml

36 hours later you have 156 ng/ml

42 hours later you have passed your drug test because you’re under 100 ng/ml


If we had used Vicodin (5 mg) it would have looked like this:

Initial dose gives us 1,000 ng/ml (5,000,000 ng divided by 5,000 ml of blood in the human body)

4 hours later you have 500 ng/ml

8 hours later you have 250 ng/ml

12 hours later you have 125 ng/ml

16 hours later you have 62 ng/ml – – – and you passed

You sorta still have to be feeling the Vicodin to get caught with it in your system. Soooooo, if a person takes the pills on Friday they’ll be clear on Monday – every weekend. –Carl Miller


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s