How long are poppers detectable in your body?
How long a drug is detectable in your blood or urine depends on a number of factors. It influences how often and how much you use and your personal metabolism (the speed at which the breakdown substances of a substance are broken down, especially by your liver). Drugs are longer detectable in your urine than in your blood.
Poppers are broken down very quickly in the body, making it virtually impossible to detect them in blood or urine. There are no known drug tests that can prove the use of poppers.