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how long does it take to get marijuana out of your system?

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depends on how often you smoke, how much you smoked and how fast your metabolism is. For heavy users, I've heard up to 30-60 days. For the occasional smoker, maybe a couple weeks...it varies. stored in fat cells so if you have excess body fat, pry on the longer side...
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still looking to see how long marijuana stays in your system,some people have told me to drink plenty of water 2 days before you go haven't smoked anything in 10 days and need to pass a urine drug test,i need all the advice i can get,thanks everyone for helping!!! :-( :-(
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go to the following sites...should help.

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The length of time any drug (illicit or prescribed) stays in your system will vary. In large part, it depends on your physiological makeup (e.g., your physical height, weight, your amount of body fat, your age, current state of health, whether or not you exercise mildly-aggressively-or at all). Whether or not you are undergoing any degree of stress (i.e., your "state of mind") at the time you ingest drugs can play a part as well.

Still other considerations include your "frequency" of use (1x per day? 3-5x per day?), the "quantity" of drug you used each time, and the "length of time" (days? weeks? months?) of your consistent drug-use prior to your drug test. Even the quality ("potency") of the drug you ingest determines "how long" the drug is detectable in your system when your urine is analyzed (tested) at the lab.

However, for most people, detectable levels (i.e., shows up as a "positive" in a laboratory drug test) of the following drugs stay in the body for these approximate periods of time.


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Marijuana is the one drug that most people love the most. Unfortunately this is also the one drug that stays in your system the longest. The part of marijuana that gets you high is called `Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.' Most people just call this THC, but this is confusing: your body will change Delta-9-THC into more inert molecules known as `metabolites,' which don't get you high. Unfortunately, these chemicals also have the word `tetrahydrocannabinol' in them and they are also called THC -- so many people think that the metabolites get you high. Marijuana only keeps you high for a few hours, and it is not right to think that a person who fails a drug test is always high on drugs, either. THC is not water soluble which means that every time you use, it needs some place to stick to.. That's where your fat cells come in. THC is stored in your fat cells. The more you have, the longer the THC will remain. (Please refer to our chart for THC users above in order to find out how long the THC will remain in your system. This includes both urine and blood.)
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Hey mate ive got same situation i wanna know if your test came up clean?cheers mate
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