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they come from two different types of drugs, percocet for example comes from the coca plaints same plaint that if in the wrong hands becomes cocane , on the other hand oxycodone aka street name vikes come from the same things that make morphin and heorin , just very much less possible 1/16 the power of morphin. both will give you the same feeling and ease of pain because they both release cemicals that are the basically the same our biran uses then the same way they block off nerve ends to ruduce pain and also create a feelings of happiness . now as for the drug tesst each test is different it depends on if the test is tesing for that for example if your testing for "grass" your not gonna see percocet in the blood or pee whatever kinda test your taking i would say look into what ever test you thin you may be talking and see what it covers cause some test can look for more than one thing it may not tell you what thing it is but it will say weither or not its in your system. drink as much water as you can as this will help flush out your system and most pills will leave your system within a few days unlike our friends maryjane who will hang in your pee and blood for a good month and your hair it can show up to a year .. hope this helps , also if your taking thses meds and dont really need them i really think its best to get off i was talking them for my back pain as told by my doctor to do .... and they are very addictive your body will begin to want more and more , and the withdrawls are not fun trust me ... and the more you take if you are taking them for pain after time can make you feel like your in more pain than you really are ... food for thought
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