Does air duster show up in your system for a drug test?
Not medical/legal Advice: Sources suggest that canned air will not show up on a drug test, but abuse of it can cause a range of long-term health effects.
Air duster is a type of product that can be abused and is called an "inhalant". According to National Inhalant Prevention Coalition, each year an untold number of individuals die as a result of intentionally inhaling common, legal, everyday home, school and office products.
Common side effects include loss of motor skills, slurred speech, heart palpitations, seizures, nausea and vomiting.
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