Is N traceable post-mortem?

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Ghastly

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Trying to get things together while I decide on a method. N is the top contender however I realize that I don't know how traceable it would be afterwards. Thoughts?
 
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faust

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Trying to get things together while I decide on a method. N is the top contender however I realize that I don't know how traceable it would be afterwards. Thoughts?
Barbiturates stay long in your body, so N is easily detectable. Will do a drug test and it will show N, in regular amount it remains for 3 days in your system.
 
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IrRegularjoe

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Yes, it would show up in toxicology.

Phillip Nitshke said nitrogen wouldn’t show up in a toxicology. But obviously you would need someone to remove any items used.
(I’m certain it was nitrogen, you could always double check for yourself)
 
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rhiino

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The problem is always that you need somebody to remove the means of suicide if you want to disguise it. N will make you fall asleep within minutes, that alone is merely enough time to get properly rid of the cup etc.

I have heard Fentanyl might not be tracable as it is so rapidly metabolised, but you cannot have F patches on you either then.
 
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