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How long does pcp (phencyclidine) stay in your system?

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Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
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In brief: 8 Days Or Longer

Pcp, aka phencyclidine, is a former anesthetic agent now more commonly used as a recreational drug.
Better known by its street name angel dust, it is a dissociative drug causing hallucinations and neurotoxic effects. It can be snorted, or smoked after lacing or dipping cigarettes in a liquid form. Its effects are dose related ranging from euphoria to paranoia, hallucinations and violent behavior.

In brief: 8 Days Or Longer

Pcp, aka phencyclidine, is a former anesthetic agent now more commonly used as a recreational drug.
Better known by its street name angel dust, it is a dissociative drug causing hallucinations and neurotoxic effects. It can be snorted, or smoked after lacing or dipping cigarettes in a liquid form. Its effects are dose related ranging from euphoria to paranoia, hallucinations and violent behavior.
Dr. Robert Woods
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Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 8 Days Or Longer

Pcp, aka phencyclidine, is a former anesthetic agent now more commonly used as a recreational drug.
Better known by its street name angel dust, it is a dissociative drug causing hallucinations and neurotoxic effects. It can be snorted, or smoked after lacing or dipping cigarettes in a liquid form. Its effects are dose related ranging from euphoria to paranoia, hallucinations and violent behavior.

In brief: 8 Days Or Longer

Pcp, aka phencyclidine, is a former anesthetic agent now more commonly used as a recreational drug.
Better known by its street name angel dust, it is a dissociative drug causing hallucinations and neurotoxic effects. It can be snorted, or smoked after lacing or dipping cigarettes in a liquid form. Its effects are dose related ranging from euphoria to paranoia, hallucinations and violent behavior.
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