How Long Does Marijuana Stay In Your Blood

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Are you worried on how long does marijuana stay in your blood? If yes, here are some facts that you need to know about this weed, regardless you are an occasional or regular user.

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How Long Does Marijuana Stay In Your Blood?:

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Are you worried on how long does marijuana stay in your blood? If yes, here are some facts that you need to know about this weed, regardless you are an occasional or regular user.

How long does marijuana stay in your blood?:

How long does marijuana stay in your blood? For those who took it for a single use, marijuana can stay in the blood for a period of 1 to 2 days. As with the case of a regular user, this substance can stay longer for approximately 2 to 7 days after the last use. Blood test for marijuana is often required to individuals who have been involved in crime related activities, or accused for serious offense. There are cases wherein a potential employer will require a blood analysis to future employees, especially to occupations related to driving or on the road. In some circumstances, insurance companies would also request blood test to evaluate the health condition of their prospective policyholders. Blood test is considered to be an effective drug test to determine if the person is a user of prohibited drugs or substances including marijuana.

How long does THC stay in the blood?:

How long does THC stay in the blood? THC is one of the components of marijuana or cannabis. The amount of THC that stays in the blood will depend mostly on how frequent the person is smoking weed. THC can be easily detected in blood after smoking. In fact, the highest level of THC can be checked in the bloodstream 10 minutes after last smoke. For those who mix marijuana in food, it will take one hour or more for the THC component to be detected in the blood. But, for those who take marijuana regularly on a daily basis, THC is detectable in the blood for up to 7 days after last use.

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Another method of detecting marijuana is hair follicle test. A hair drug test can detect presence of marijuana for up to 3 months of last smoke for a regular user. If you just took it once, the traces of THC can still be present for less than a week. More than a week, you can pass the hair drug test. Saliva test is another form of drug test to check presence of drugs like marijuana. During a swab test, saliva is used as sample. So, if you are a pot user, the swab or saliva test will confirm use of marijuana within the 12 hours timeframe of last smoke.

How to pass a blood test for marijuana?:

How to pass a blood test for marijuana? It really depends on events you get involved. For example, if you have been involved in a car accident, you may be required to undergo immediate blood test to determine if you are under the influence of drugs or other substances like alcohol. So, this doesn’t give you the time to prepare yourself and be clean of use of marijuana. But, if you have the privilege to choose the day and time to undergo drug test via blood sample, you can do the necessary actions to ensure no amount of THC is discovered in your blood: Get your blood pumped to promote good circulation of blood, allowing the THC to flow in your system. Try get a steam or sweat out to help THC leave your bloodstream. Drinking lots of fluids will also help flush out THC.

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