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5-Panel Hair Follicle Drug Test

Drugs Tested:

  • Amphetamines(AMP)
  • Cocaine(COC)
  • Opiates(OPI)
  • Phencyclidine(PCP)
  • Marijuana Metab.(THC)

Price: $ 99.95

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5-Panel Hair Follicle Drug Test (Labcorp)

The 5 panel hair drug test tests for the 5 most commonly abused drugs - COC, OPI, THC, AMP, and PCP up to 90 days back. You need to submit a hair sample of 90 to 120 hair strands to identify drug abuse. Negative results may come back in 2 to 3 days, but positive results may lead to confirmation testing which may take 3 to 5 days. Book your 5 panel hair test at your nearest drug testing locations with US Health Testing now!


ID Proof, NO Doctor Referral Needed, NO Appointments Necessary

Length of hair strands:

Length of hair strands: 1.5 to 2 inches collected from the head only.


90 to 120 strands.

Used For:

Pre-employment screening, Random drug testing, Post-accident drug testing, Probation and parole monitoring, Drug rehabilitation programs, Sports testing.

Turnaround Time:

2 to 5 business days. You may receive the correspondence within 24 hours of submitting your hair sample to the lab.

(All our drug testing centers follow strict lab drug testing protocols and are FDA-approved and SAMHSA-certified.)

How to Order Your Test Online

  1. Select the Test: Choose your preferred drug test from our list of testing services.
  2. Provide Information: Fill in the required details for the individual being tested.
  3. Payment and Confirmation: Complete your order with secure online payment. You will receive a confirmation with all the details.

Drug Testing Process

  • Walk-in Lab: Walk-in your nearest Labcorp clinic and submit your sample.
  • Sample processing: The samples are processed and tested for the drugs you selected.
  • Get your Results: Get your drug test results in your email.

Understanding Your Test Results

Results are categorized as positive (drug residues detected), negative (no detectable drug use), or inconclusive (possible sample contamination). In regulated environments like DOT screenings, MRO results will be communicated with test outcomes according to regulations.