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How Long For Marijuana To Leave System
Up to 30 days: I don't know if there is a difference between how long it takes to leave your system whether pregnant or not. You seem concerned about this. Is it because you are worried about the baby or something else. If it is about the baby, speak with your OB instead of worrying. ...Read more
How long will it take for marijuana get out of your system if you only smoke it on time my husband has liver cancer and is waiting for a transplant, he has a lot of pain
A few days: One time use does not cause it to stick around for very long, usually a day or less. However, with serious liver disease, some of it may stick around a bit longer, but certainly not more than a few days. I don't think most transplant centers would be doing drug tests, though. ...Read more
Does Medical Marijuana have any effect on your liver or pancreas? Are there any serious long term effects or is smoking it ok?
So far, so good: The decades that good research might have been done to answer your questions are gone - time was lost - but now it will begin to be carefully studied. What we know so far looks very good and very safe. Alternative methods to smoking are available for it in places where it is legal. It is NOT the same as recreational pot. If you're lucky to be in a place id OK - talk w/ your provider. Best! ...Read more
IN my opinion yes:
You will encounter different effects here about this on the internet.
He is onethe physical effects of marijuana on the liver system
www. Marijuana-syndromes. Com/marijuana-syndromes-physical-liver. Html
one of the first ways you can tell if unbalanced marijuana is affecting a person's liver system is if s/he starts feeling dizzy and having trouble walking when s/he is. .. ...Read more
Neither: People who damage their livers with alcohol have drunk much more than a six-pack. Six beers a week won't hurt you. During my 35 years in medicine, I've seen nothing to make me believe that cannabis is toxic to the liver. If you have liver trouble, it's wise to avoid alcohol altogether. Why not enjoy life with a clear head? ...Read more
Not a good idea: Marijuana is metabolized by the liver, so it will put a stress on the liver. If you have liver disease, it's a good idea not to put unnecessary stress on your liver function. It's important to think about what marijuana does for you - does it help with nausea? Sleep? Appetite? Anxiety? If so, you might seek a psychiatric or medical consultation to find other means of symptoms control & comfort. ...Read more
Is it OK to take me medical marijuana which is high in CBD 14.6 very low in THC.8 with clarithromycin 2 x 500mg a day? Will it affect my liver or slow
Despite being legal, it is not okay to take marijuana. It is a psychoactive drug that will mess with your brain.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Will marijuana use, using a vaporizer (no smoke or combustion) affect pancreas, liver or kidney. I under tobacco smoke does, even marijuana smoke. But vaporizing eliminates all toxins.?
With stage 1 fibrosis and non alcoholic fatty liver disease would it be better to use (very rarely) edible or inhaled marijuana. It's legal, of course?
By all means: Some of my colleagues will be angry with me, but this is a situation where politics makes good science impossible and thus common sense and common kindness should take over. But what I'd really like to see is have you get high on exercise. This may be what your liver is asking you for, and it could save your life in a few different ways. ...Read more
The definitive study done by kaiser permanente found no significant differences in the health records of pot smokers versus people who did not smoke pot.
It has shown the ability to speed up fibrosis in patients with hepatitis c, but there is no evidence of stand-alone liver damage in healthy patients.
However, marijuana is an unregulated drug. Additives to mj can be very damaging to the liver. ...Read more
If hair follicles are tested it can be detected up until 90 days.Marijuana detection time based on usage
usage at 1 time only 5-8 days
usage at 2-4 times per month 11-18 days
usage at 2-4 times per week 23-35 days
usage at 5-6 times per week 33-48 days
daily usage 49-63 daysdrug test detection times | marijuana. Com
www. Marijuana. Com/news/drug-test/detection-time. ...Read more
If I smoked 3 grams of marijuana in one night, how long would it take to leave my system? I was a chronic user up until a month ago.
A long time: The half-life of THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana is 30 days. In other words, 30 days after you completely stop using marijuana, 1/2 of it is still in your system. 60 days later 1/4 is still in your system. 90 days later 1/8 (12.5%) is still in your system. THC is fat soluble, so it gets in all your fat cells & slowly diffuses out. Your brain is 60% fat. ...Read more
I started smoking marijuana for the first time and smoke everyday for a month. How long will it take for the THC to leave my system completely?
Thc: It depends upon a few variables, such as potency, dose per day, body fat and weight, metabolism and other factors related to clearance vs storage in fat cells. If use was for 30 continuous days, average ~ 30-45 days clearance to be certain. Sensitivity of the test used and dilution factors in conc. Of urine. Thc is fat soluble and leaches out more slowly than h2o soluble substances. ...Read more
Can consuming cannabis edibles without pesticides, mold, toxins, etc...Do significant liver damage in long term usage? Is it worst than drinking 3 beers a day?
Marijuana: Marijuana use as you describe is in no way dangerous to the liver. So, the simple answer is no. Now if we want to talk about the dangers to your mind with increased anxiety, panic, and depression, let alone the obsession of daily drug use then we can have a frank and real discussion about what is health and what is not health. ...Read more
Days to weeks: Hours to a day for the cognitive effects to diminish, days to weeks for the thc to be entirely excreted. ...Read more
It depends: On how often u used it, it can take one month! ...Read more
Cannabis: Single use marijuana may be found in blood for 12 to 24 hours. Regular use marijuana may be found in blood for 2 to 7 days. Single use marijuana might be detected in urine for 1 to 7 days (or more) and regular marijuana use can be detected in urine for 7 to 100 days (longer periods have been reported though). ...Read more
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