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Panic sets in. When was the last time you smoked cannabis? Two weeks ago? Three weeks? And how long will it show up on a drug test?

 

Congratulations, you just landed How Long Does Wax Pen Stay In Your Urine your dream job! Your eyes widen as you read through the offer letter from your future boss. “Salary… health benefits… 401(k).” All that hard work has finally paid off! But as you reach the bottom, your heart stops. “Routine drug test… urine… marijuana.”

Panic sets in. When was the last time you smoked cannabis? Two weeks ago? Three weeks? And how long will it show up on a drug test?

Although conventional wisdom says at least 30 days, the answer is not straightforward. There are many different kinds of drug tests available, which have varying levels of sensitivity and time periods to detect marijuana in your system.

Additionally, usage, as well as an individual’s unique biology make the calculation of a detection window (the number of days after ceasing usage that a drug test will continue to be positive) even more complex.

“There is no typical window of detection,” says, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at Johns Hopkins University. “It is highly variable from person to person and it varies based on the frequency of use and the amount of use. So there is no way of predicting or knowing how long someone would test positive with any kind of certainty.”

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How do drug tests for THC work?

 

About 40 to 50 million drug tests are conducted by employers each year, which analyze biological material including urine, hair, blood, saliva, breath, sweat, and even fingernails. When cannabis is consumed, THC levels temporarily rise in the body, which are detectable in blood tests from several hours up to a day after one usage. Although these levels drop significantly after a few days, there are other means of determining recent usage.

THC, CBD, and their metabolic byproducts, called metabolites, are lipid-soluble and accumulate in fat reserves throughout the body. These molecules are then slowly released over time, resulting in a considerably longer time period for the body to purge itself of marijuana traces compared to other recreational drugs, especially for chronic users.

Hair tests tend to have the longest detection window, capable of registering the levels of a non-intoxicating THC metabolite called 11-nor-delta9-caboxy-THC (THC-COOH) up to 90 days after cessation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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2021-04-07
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