Ingesting cannabis – whether that is by inhaling or eating it – has strong effects, but they tend to fade very quickly. Within a few hours you should be sober again. However, in the case of the remains in your system – a few hours will not be enough on the other hand.
It takes some amount of time before the drug is undetectable in your system. In this blog post, we shall look at the half life of cannabis.
How Long Does Cannabis Stay in Your System? – Blood Testing
Blood testing is not often use in order to detect cannabis, as the drug is fairly quickly eliminated from your blood. However, it depends on the amount and frequency of your cannabis usage. If you are occasional user of cannabis, it might be in your blood for only 24 hours. People who tend to smoke more regularly, will have the drug in their blood for a longer time, varying from 5 days to two weeks. The strain of cannabis you ingest also plays a part in the half-life of the drug.
THC – the active substance in cannabis – is the material tested for in blood. The half-life of cannabis is dependent on the concentration of THC within the cannabis you have ingested, in other words. A weaker strain of cannabis will leave your bloodstream as quickly as a weaker cannabis strain.
How Long Does Cannabis Stay in Your System? – Urine Testing
The most common way of testing for the presence of THC in a human body, is by urine testing. The reason being that cannabis does not break down as easily through urine. A one-off smoker will find that weed stays in the system for about a week, and a regular user could test positive for THC as long as three months after last using the drug
How Long Does Cannabis Stay in Your System? – Hair Follicle Testing
Hair Follicle Testing is used by various testers to detect heavy cannabis use. If you are a recreational user who rarely ingests cannabis, hair follicle testing would not be effective. This is due to the fact that cannabis particles would only show up in your hair after repeated cannabis use for a prolonged period of time.
Posted on Friday, June 29th, 2018 at 2:59 pm in Latest News.