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Marijuana Without Thc
Are there medical marijuana edibles without thc? Seems like cbd is the only beneficial compound. Told friend to try and avoid thc, he has a license.
Prob. best together!: Both thc and cbd have many proven benefits. Thc reduces nausea, pain. Muscle spasms, boosts appetite ; appears to kill cancer cells- see http://bit.Ly/1hxnmjb cbd is getting a lot of attention ; also has many benefits with less of a tendency to feel "high" but the marijuana plant has over 100 diff, cannaboids ; many others likely have benefits- more research is needed. See comment for more:. ...Read more
Topical THC: For best bioavailability, the thc in marijuana must be ingested or volatilized in smoke. If the "touching" is extensive i suppose it would be possible for some plant oils to be absorbed through your skin. (this can certainly happen when harvesting tobacco crops, for instance.) if it's a brief touch of dried material only though, it should be a non-existent or negligible level. ...Read more
You couldn't : I am not aware of any trick to change your body fluid from drugs after you consumed it there is some tricks out there but I do not know any sorry ask your Freind since it is not a medical issue ...Read more
Just a few: I don't know the exact answer but when you smoke marijuana it is absorbed within a few seconds and immediately transported to your brain, so people will feel the effects within seconds of smoking it. This allows users to titrate their dose, as they can tell right away when they have achieved a level that feels appropriate and (hopefully) know when they have had enough... ...Read more
See below.: It would need to be a very high concentration in a closed room for a prolonged period. In other words, casual contact with secondary smoke will not lead to measurable levels of thc. ...Read more
How long does marijuana thc-cooh stay readable in a urin sample?Can the ng/ml level drop after 10 days
Depends on usage: Theoretically thc and its metabolites can be detected in a urine sample for up to four weeks after cessation of use. Specificity is set at 50 ng/ml. Anything higher is called positive. Not likely to see a significant drop before that time. Urine drug tests are not usually quantitative for thc, therefore, its reported positive if level is above 50ng/ml. ...Read more
If i came up negative dilute a week from when i was exposed to marijuana/thc metabolites would it still be in my system?
Potentially: Thc metabolites can be detected as long as a month following exposure. However, there are many variables which will determine if it is detected, such as lab sensitivity, amount of exposure, and metabolic factors in the exposed. ...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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does it take for marijuana tobleave the body how long doesbit take for the THC to leave the body of a teen after a year of hardcore smoking
Many weeks: Depends on how much body fat you have. In the average person, daily smoking for a year or more will cause a large amount of thc metabolites to accumulate in fat cells, and you may test positive for many weeks, and even a few months is not unheard of. This is not thc, and is not the active drug, and does not keep you high - it is a metabolite that is detected in urine and blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IMNot a marijuana user, But someone smoke marijuana in frobt of my yesterday, do this test positive on a thc drugtest? Because im joining theArmy,help
Recruiter: Tell your recruiter about this IMMEDIATELY and ask how to proceed. It's in his/her best interest to help you. ...Read more