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How long would it take until nicotine and thc do not show up on a blood or urine test?

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Dr. Caroline Cribari
Psychiatry 23 years experience
Drug tests: Suprisingly, both nicotine and thc can stay in your system and be found in urine up to 3 months after you stopped smoking. But quitting is worth it! you will taste and smell more; you will run and move easier; you will have more energy and be more motivated to do! check out "whyquit.Com". One of my patients, a 35+yr smoker of cigarettes and 20+of thc, was able to quit using this resource! good luck.

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Does THC (weed) show up in a regular blood and urine test?

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Dr. Charles Gordon
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Yes: It and its breakdown products remain in your blood for approximately 1 month. If you must take the test within that time frame then admit that you used it. Remember it is the lie or the cover up of the act that trips up most people not the deed itself!

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