Morphine is a pain medication of the opiate class that acts directly on the Central Nervous System (CNS) to decrease sensitivity to pain. It is also widely used as a recreational drug due to the euphoria attained when administered.
Morphine has a short elimination half-life with an extensive range of 1.5-7 hours, meaning that it will be excreted from the body within 8 hours 15 minutes and 1 day 14 hours 30 minutes of taking a dose.
This however, is an average estimate; in actuality, how long you have been on the drug, your age, build, metabolic rate, liver and kidney conditions, urinary pH, and other such individual factors all have to be considered when trying to ascertain how long morphine will stay in your body.
How long is morphine detectable in your urine, blood, saliva and hair follicle for a drug test
|Saliva||Up to 3 days|
|Hair follicle||90 days|
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