Opium is derived from the seedpod of opium poppy plant. It is constituted of different alkaloids, primarily morphine, followed by codeine and thebain. It is used the world over as a recreational drug.
To understand how long opium will be in the system, we must consider the half-life of its primary alkaloid, morphine, which has an elimination half-life of 1.5-7 hours. This indicates that opium will be excreted from your system 8¼ hours to 38½ hours after you last take it.
This timeframe is liable to vary depending on your age, health conditions, dietary habits, hydration levels, etc.
How long is opium detectable in a urine, blood, saliva and hair drug test
|Hair follicle||Up to 3 months|
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