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i will be 44 hours smoke free of weed will i pass saliva test tomorrow?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Not necessarily: Per http://www.forensicfluids.com/oral_v_urine.htm , Delta 9 THC has been measured in oral fluid up to 72 hours after smoking.
Dr. Diane Minich
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Not likely: especially if you are a regular user and depending on the amount used. If you are a regular user it can stay in your body for 3-4 months.

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What kinds of saliva test requires fasting for 8 hours prior?

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Dr. Kenneth Rundle
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None that I know of: Perhaps it is a test for illegal drugs, but I have not heard of a saliva test that requires fasting.
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Is it true that smokers produce more saliva?

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Why do we have saliva in our mouths?

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What can cause saliva build up when I lay horizontal?

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Dr. David Schneider
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Gravity: Gravity helps you swallow - when you lay down - it pools up in your mouth rather than at the back of your throat when you are triggered to swallow.
A 30-year-old member asked:

What's the difference between artificial and real saliva?

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Dr. Richard Charmoy
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Saliva differences: It's very simple real saliva is produced by salivary glands throughout the oral cavity. Artificial saliva is a substitute that is produced that is used when the body can't produce saliva. Usually this happens do to side effects to certain medications, patients undergoing radiation treatments, certain autoimmune diseases to name a few causes. There are a variety of products to aid as substitutes.

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