“If you are concerned about the amount of time it takes your body to eliminate weed, you’ve come to the right place. Perhaps your employer has announced you will be subject to random drug testing. This is likely to cause much anxiety, particularly if you are a long-term weed user. In this post, we outline roughly how long weed remains in your body.
We say ‘roughly’ because the amount of time it takes your body to flush out all weed toxins depends on many different factors. Despite these factors, we nevertheless attempt to give you a rough estimation of how long it will take your body to flush out all of the weed you have consumed in the past.
We hope this post will serve as a warning to those of you who use weed regularly. Unfortunately, weed does remain in your system for an extended period of time, and the only true way to pass weed drug testing is to avoid this drug entirely.
So how long does weed remain in your system?
For the vast majority of regular weed users, weed will remain detectable in the blood for around five weeks after weed was last consumed. If you are an irregular user of weed, the drug may not be detectable in your blood in as little as 10 days following consumption, although there is no guarantee this will be the case.
Naturally, the amount of time it takes the body to eliminate all weed toxins and by-products depends on how long you have been a weed user for. Furthermore, some drug tests will be able to detect weed in your system even when you have not touched the drug for several months.”