It has a benzofuran
ring, benzofuran on its own doesn't really mean anything. Propylhexadrine (Benzedrex) has a cyclohexyl ring instead of a phenyl ring (if it had the phenyl ring, it would be methamphetamine
), but no one calls it 'cyclohexyl', if you know what I mean. 6-APB (which is what Benzo
Fury allegedly is) would be MDA
, if not for that benzofuran ring ("6-APB is similar to MDA in that the 3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl ring system has been replaced with a benzofuran ring" - at least according to Wikipedia). I don't know if that helps or makes it more complicated. *lol*
Whoever told you it's just called 'benzofuran' is incorrect - there are lots of things out there that contain benzofuran rings as part of their molecule.
Also, there's NO way to tell via drug
testing HOW someone got the drug into their body. The only exception I can think of is *maybe* crack cocaine
, because an additional chemical is made when you vaporize/smoke it & this chemical doesn't exist if you sniff or inject it. But in general, there are no methods to tell how someone got any drug into the body via a drug screen.