Hi,I had a drug test recently and phencyclidine (PCP) showed up in my urine. I don't take drugs so i have no idea how it would have gotten in my system . This is so scarry to me i don't know what to make of this any sugestions ? Thanks Twigers
I am quite sure being around marijuana smoke will get into your system. I've heard that more than once. If you not using, then you are still getting it in your system from being in close proximity to it. That is my guess.
old history of pcp regular cigarettes dipped in it our on mint leaves , cigars dipped in it pot dipped init for fun our !!date rape drug!! [kj, rocket fuel, canebanall ]was a powder very pure form of it can bee sprinkled into drinks our whatever MAYBE ITS TIME FOR NEW FRIENDS some one slipping you a Mickey has no excuse!!and its very dangarus
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