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How long does t.H.C stay in your system for drugtests?
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
5 doctors agree
In brief: A long time
It is usually gone in 5-7 days, but if you have been using for a long time, it may be detected up to two months later. This is unfortunate, because people know it stays longer than other, more dangerous drugs and people may then decide to use these at the beginning of a weekend.

In brief: A long time
It is usually gone in 5-7 days, but if you have been using for a long time, it may be detected up to two months later. This is unfortunate, because people know it stays longer than other, more dangerous drugs and people may then decide to use these at the beginning of a weekend.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
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Dr. Susan Uhrich
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Depends
But in general, about 3 weeks.

In brief: Depends
But in general, about 3 weeks.
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Dr. Gregg Albers
Addiction Medicine
In brief: Drug Testing
The amount that an individual smokes greatly effects the how long a test will be positive, as well as the cut off level of the screening test.
Smoking one or two joints occasionally will only be positive for a day or two. Smoking 5-10 joints a day daily will likely be positive, if you stop for 5-7 days. Those who smoke 10 or more a day, and have been for years will be positive for months.

In brief: Drug Testing
The amount that an individual smokes greatly effects the how long a test will be positive, as well as the cut off level of the screening test.
Smoking one or two joints occasionally will only be positive for a day or two. Smoking 5-10 joints a day daily will likely be positive, if you stop for 5-7 days. Those who smoke 10 or more a day, and have been for years will be positive for months.
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