how long does marijuana stay in system?


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Sara Lewis answered

THC, the active chemical in marijuana which gives you the "high", has a very short half-life of only around 20 hours, which means the body is able to rapidly metabolise it. The result of this is that marijuana can usually be detected in a standard urine test for up to 13 days.

However, research has shown that there are a number of variables which can influence how long THC can be detected. The most significant of these is whether the person being tested is a regular user of the drug. It is thought that in regular users of the drug a positive drug test can occur up to 45 days after the last use, and in heavy users, up to 90 days.

Another factor which may affect detection is whether the drug is smoked or ingested (eaten), although this variable may also vary from person to person depending on the speed of an individuals metabolism.

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Greg Wright answered

There are lots of factors that you need to take into consideration while answering the question, 'How long does marijuana stay in your system?' I would let you know about some of the most important factors that you must include:-

1. The frequency of smoking weed.

2. The rate of metabolism.

3. The overall health and body weight.

4. Tolerance level towards the toxin.

If you want to read more factors that will help you to get the exact time then you can just take a look at Dispensary Cannabis online. Here you will know un details about it.

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