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The "tobacco test" looks for the chemical cotinine, which is produced when you metabolize nicotine. It's pretty easy to test for, but there aren't many reasons to test for a legal drug. I've heard of companies that don't let their employees smoke--Scotts Miracle-Gro is one. They test for cotinine. Life insurance companies (rates are lower for nonsmokers) could test for it. If you're a juvenile on probation and one of the conditions is you can't smoke, they would probably test for it. For most people, though, it's not worth the cost of the test.
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Relax. They will be testing for illegal drugs. Tobacco is still legal. Whatever you say, but my workplace has a no-nicotine policy, and does random drug testing …for nicotine -- and if you test positive you're fired. Yes, this is in the USA. People say they'd quit, but none of them can point me to a place where other jobs are available, so, *shrug*. After you smoke a cigarette it is detectable on a average of 10 days but can be detected even after 14 days
Some employers test for nicotine product use, by checking cotinine levels (long-acting metabolite of nicotine).
Answer Any nicotine would.
Certainly, if they test for it.
Typically urine tests are used to detect minuscule amounts of metabolites from illegal drugs, however there are tests for nicotine use. Nicotine is a drug and is no different …to those that are illegal.
It depends entirely on the kind of testing. There are tests for both.
no why would tobacco show up in the first place all it has is chemicals no drugs unless you count nicotine but that isn't illegal so why would it show up on a drug test but y…eah that's the answer it does not show up in your system
Not unless you are being tested for nicotine.
Nicotine and Cotinine (nicotine metabolite) can be detected by urine, saliva, hair and blood tests but they are not tested for in basic or extended urinalysis tests. Detection… time (urine test) 3-5 days for home type of test to 10-15 days by lab.
Most tobacco products do contain nicotine in them, chewing tobacco in fact contains more nicotine than a regular cigarette( depending how much you chew at a time) -good luck b…ud
Yes, your saliva and the scent of your mouth will have a taste of chewing tobacco to it.
Tobacco is not typically looked for on drug tests. Some emloyers are testing for it now, in states where it is legal to refuse to hire or continue to employe smokers. Sometime…s a surgeon will test for it in pre-op testing since smoking can impact healing and outcomes.
Mostly likely not. but if it has been previously been used for any drugs then traces of it could be left in the hooka making it be in ur system with would show up in you drug …test. but it would only stay in ur system for about 2-4 weeks
if it's actually tobacco, and not mixed with anything illegal, then no
I'll assume the fact that you're even worried about tobacco is that you're underage, so you probably don't know better but no, why would they? It's not illegal. No home or la…b screen tests for nicotine/tobacco. Only illicit substances.