Amphetamine (AMP): Dexadrine
Amphetamine is a stimulant drug that is used in treatment of ADHD, narcolepsy and obesity. Most positive results originate from legitimate, prescription use of the drug. Illicitly, the drug is occasionally diverted from legitimate prescriptions and sold on the streets.
Drug Class
Trade Names
Dexadrine, Obetrol, Benzedrine
Street Names
bennies, black beauties, crosses, hearts, LA turnaround, speed, truck drivers, uppers
Effects Of Use
Increased heart rate, blood pressure, metabolism; feelings of exhilaration, energy, increased mental alertness/rapid or irregular heart beat; reduced appetite, weight loss, heart failure, nervousness, insomnia, rapid breathing/tremor, loss of coordination; irritability, anxiousness, restlessness, delirium, panic, paranoia, impulsive behavior, aggressiveness, tolerance, addiction, psychosis
Approximate Detection Time
Urine: 2-4 days

Oral Fluid: 24-72 hours
Urine Cutoff Levels
Immunoassay (screening): 1000* ng/mL (300 mg/mL is available)

GC/MS (confirmation): 500* ng/mL
Primary Antigen
Common Cross-Reactants
Prescription appetite suppressants such as Phentermine, other amphetamine-like prescription drugs; Ecstasy-like club drug called MDA (which is a metabolite of MDMA). In addition, there are several therapeutic agents, such as Benzphetamine, that metabolize to amphetamine (and methamphetamine) in the body and will produce positive drug test results. It is also important to note that amphetamine is a metabolite of methamphetamine and will appear in the urine of a person who has taken methamphetamine.

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