Colatapin (Thread 180044)

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little t Says:
if i took a half of a colatapin at 2am on friday how long will it remain in my system- and can i pass a drug test tommorow morning?

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hot mama Says:
how long does a colatapin stay in your system for

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kelel rez Says:
it deffinately will not be out of your system but most places DO NOT LOOK FOR BENZO(XANAX,KOLNOPIN,VALUME)... ECT AND GOOD LUCK WITH THAT ONE & PILLS stay in ur system for at least 4 whole days

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angel Says:
Um, not so can take a very small amount of something....have it in ur system...and still pass a test. All laboratories have cut off numbers. if you take half a pill and have a drug test the following day, even if it is detected you will still pass. drug tests are screenings for people who have potential drug problems....if u have such little amount in your system then obviously you arent popping 80 a day.....understand??? I know because I took a xanax and a lortab the day before a drug test was popped on me and I passed.

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