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Homemade Thc Pills
Yes: These are available as a prescription item for physicians having the federal license to prescribe controlled substances. They are sold under the brand name marinol, usually for side effects of cancer chemotherapy and advanced cancer. The effect is generally considerably different than smoked marijuana. ...Read more
THC pills: You might be referring to marinol, which any physician in any state can prescribe. You don't have to be in las vegas. However, it is usually prescribed only for very sick people with cancer, etc. In some, it may calm chemotherapy-related nausea, and improve appetite when there has been extensive weight loss. ...Read more
No: Please don't take medicines that are not prescribed for you. They can kill you. ...Read more
Will THC pills (not smoking marijuana) affect a pregnancy. They have a medical condition and were prescribed THC pills. Should she stop for pregnancy?
Stop THC: Yes. You should stop the thc. There is no medical condition in the world where thc pills are the only option and are, in any way, the better option to other treatments. ...Read more
My girl takes THC pills prescribed to her by a doctor for medical reasons. So my question is will THC itself affect a pregnancy?
I failed a gc ms lab test for urine yesterday for caniboids haven't used thc in over 56 days how is this possible. I took 800mg Motrin, sleeping pills?
Can't, really: There are many products on the internet which purport to flush thc and other drugs more quickly than your body would naturally do it. But there is no reliable product to do that. Thc is stored in fat. Depending on how often you use it, it can show up in urine for 30 days or more, and in hair for 90 days. If you're facing a drug test, best to stay clean -- that's best for your health also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In many states, yes: Marijuana is legal only in a few states. Outside of those, you're subject to local laws. Please note that even in a state where marijuana is "legal, " it's still possible to be intoxicated. If driving under the influence, you can be arrested for that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For testing purposes: Single use of marijuana should be out of your urine in 1 to 7 days. Regular use of marijuana – should be out of urine in 7 to 100 days. Single use marijuana can be detected 12 to 24 hours in blood. Regular use marijuana can be detected for 2 to 7 days in blood.Marijuana regular use detected in hair for months. Single use might not be picked up in hair. ...Read more
Stop using: And don't start again. Your body stores thc in your fat. Depending on how long and how frequently you've used, it may be detectable for months. Sorry -- no way to hurry mother nature in this one. ...Read more
Weeks: Thc, the active drug in marijuana, is fat-soluble, which means it lingers in the body a long time — especially in trace amounts that can be detected on drug-testing. Depending on the type of drug test, it can be detected for many weeks. There's also no "antidote" to sober up from thc fast, if that's what you're asking. Best not to put it in your system to start with, if you need it to be out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer