This question was answered on Fri 10, Sep 2010 08:01pm by Dr J Singh

How long does it take marijuana to get out of your blood?

    
Asked by weliketodance08 (Female; 20 ) on Thu 09, Sep 2010 03:35pm

How long does it take marijuana to get out of your blood?

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Answer by Dr J Singh  on Fri 10, Sep 2010 08:01pm:

Hello, There is too much human variation to even approximate how long THC of marijuana will remain in the body and will be detected in the urine of an individual. Infrequent users with a fast metabolism will have the shortest detection time. Frequent users with a slow metabolism will have long detection time. The only way to estimate a detection time is to consider the lower and upper bounds (3-30 days). I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and regards
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Comment by Brittany on Fri 10, Sep 2010 11:24pm:
Thank you so much. It helps!

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