U.S. DRUG TESTING SUMMARY
Tested for in Standard Drug Tests?
Tested for in Extended Drug Tests?
Possible to Test for?
Detection Period in Urine
TEST TYPES #
2C-I is not one of the "SAMHSA-5", the five drugs tested for in U.S. government-approved basic drug tests. 2C-I is also not tested for in typical extended drug tests. No simple screens are available for 2C-I, though any advanced lab technique such as GC/MS or LC/MS can detect and identify 2C-I in urine or blood. It is not chemically similar to any of the drugs tested for, so should not trigger the tests as another substance.
CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Erowid's drug testing information is a summary of data gathered from site visitors, journal articles, websites, and other resources. Detection periods depend on amount and frequency of use, metabolic rate, body mass, age, overall health, drug tolerance, and urine pH of each individual. Many substances that are not tested for in basic or extended urinalysis tests CAN be tested for by a laboratory willing to go to the trouble, although that is uncommon.