Just like everything else that we consume, drugs have a particular amount of time that it takes for them to be eliminated from our system. And for some, that time frame can be different, due to biology.
With that being said, there are a number of factors to take into consideration.
- The type of drug you take
- The amount of the drug you use
- The frequency of your drug use
- Your general health
- Your metabolic rate
- Your gender
- Your height and weight
Furthermore, it’s important to note that our digestive organs, respiratory organs, liver, and kidneys are all a part of the elimination process. And when you take into consideration that drugs can be detected from your urine, blood, saliva or hair, things become all the more complicated. So, exactly how long do these substances stick around? We decided to find out.
Please be advised that this information is purely for educational purposes only. We are not endorsing or advising people to drug use.
1-3 days in urine; 2-3 hours in blood; and up to 90 days in hair.
3-4 days in urine; 1-2 days in blood; and up to 90 days in hair.
3-4 days in urine; 12 hours in blood; and up to 90 days in hair.
3-6 days in urine; 24-72 hours in blood; up to 90 days in hair.
1 day in urine; 12 hours in blood; up to 90 days in hair.
2-4 days in urine; 1-2 days in blood, up to 90 days in hair.
3-6 weeks in urine; 2-3 days in urine, up to 90 days in hair.