How long does methamphetamine stay detectable in the body through testing?

Meth (methamphetamine) is a highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system.
Methamphetamine is a very popular, dangerous, and one of the most addictive drugs being used in cities across the county by people young and old.

Meth comes in different forms and can be taken in multiple ways.
Recreationally, meth is used as a stimulant. When used recreationally, meth creates a feeling of euphoria.

Meth stays in the body much longer than some other drugs. For example, 50% of cocaine leaves the body after only one hour.

1. Blood: normally stays for 1 to 3 days starting (depends on form of ingestion) 2 hours.
2. Urine: normally stays for 3 to 5 days starting 2-5 hours after use.
3. Hair: normally stays 90 days on standard consumer hair test. Longer when lab test.
4. Saliva (swab test): normally stays for 1 to 4 days starting 10 minutes after use.
Drug testing should only be used to gather information about drug usage. Drug testing will not cure addiction. Methamphetamine is highly addictive and dangerous. There are short-term and long-term health risks associate with methamphetamine addiction.