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( MOP - EDDP )

Cut-Off Levels (ng/mL)
Window of Detection
200, 300 ng/mL (Urine) 2 hr. - 3 Days (Urine)
50, 300 ng/mL (Saliva) 1 - 2 (Saliva)

What is Morphine? 

Morphine is a naturally occurring opiate that is used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is prescribed medically to treat acute and chronic severe pain as well as labor pains during child birth. It, like other opioids, has high potential for abuse and dependency. Morphine acts directly on the central nervous system and is

Common Nicknames

How is it Used?

Morphine can be administered orally in a tablet form and by intravenous or intramuscular injection.

What Does it Look Like?

Small round tablets that vary in color and a clear liquid solution.

Common Symptoms

Stomach pain and cramps
Dry mouth
Mood Changes
Small Pupils 
Difficulty Urinating or Pain When Urinating
Decreased Respiratory Function

What Are the Effects?

 Like other opioids, Morphine, produces euphoric pain relieving effects and has a high risk for abuse and addiction. Large doses can be fatal commonly associated with respiratory failure. Extreme withdrawal symptoms also follow stoppage of prolonged use of Morphine

Legal Status

Schedule II substance under the U.S. Controlled Substance Act.