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How long does it take for THC to be eliminate from body?

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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine
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In brief: Depends - 1-30 Days

It can depend on a number of factors.
For occasional users, thc can be detected from 1-2 days or up to a week. In chronic or heavy users, thc can be detected for 30 days, possibly longer.

In brief: Depends - 1-30 Days

It can depend on a number of factors.
For occasional users, thc can be detected from 1-2 days or up to a week. In chronic or heavy users, thc can be detected for 30 days, possibly longer.
Dr. James Eitner
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Dr. James Eitner
In one study of chronic users, THC was still detectable in one user at 95 days after last use.
Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Hard to say

You provide little information to go on.
A single toke or two on single exposure may be out of your pee in 3 days. If you are heavily exposed as a regular user it may be a month or more. The THC attaches to your fat cells and re-enters the blood over time as it leaves, but only after you stop.

In brief: Hard to say

You provide little information to go on.
A single toke or two on single exposure may be out of your pee in 3 days. If you are heavily exposed as a regular user it may be a month or more. The THC attaches to your fat cells and re-enters the blood over time as it leaves, but only after you stop.
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