17/02/2015 12:20:30 PM
It is suggested that a single joint can last from 18 hours to 5 days until it is no longer detectable in urine, and 20-36 hours until it is no longer detectable in blood. Heavy cannabis use can take 60-90 days until it can be no longer detectable in urine, and 20-36 hours until it is no longer detectable in blood. The detection of drugs and their metabolites in any biological sample (blood, urine and saliva) can change depending on the individual person, how much they have taken and other biological factors. Most suggested time frames are based on scientific studies but individual results may vary.
16/02/2015 11:48:43 AM
how long does pot stay in your system for ?

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