Urine drug test for marijuana

Wonderment struck? Learn about marijuana and how to cheat the infamous drugs test!

Cannabis is known as marijuana along with a variety of other street names. It refers to any number of preparations of the cannabis plant which is intended for primary use as a psychoactive drug. The singular word marijuana comes from the Mexican Spanish word marguana. According to the UN, cannabis is said to be the most widely used illicit substance in the world.

The typical herbal form of cannabis is maintained of flowers and subtending leaves of the mature pistillate of the female plants. The resinous form of the drug is then know as hashish, or hash. The major psychoactive chemical compound in cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC. 66% or more of other cannabinoids are also present within cannabis itself, including CBD and CBN.
Cannabis use has been found recently to have occurred so long ago, dating back to the third millennium BC in fact. With modern times though, the drug is recreational, religious or spiritual purposes– with very rare cases being used for medical purposes. It has been said statistically that 124,000,000 people use cannabis annually, and about 22,500,000 use this on a daily basis. The possession, sale or use of this became illegal in most parts of the world in the 20th century.
So, how do I cheat the test?
The length of time that marijuana stays in your system is a question which I have heard so many times before, both on and off the internet. Unfortunately we cannot really name an accurate time without delving down into the wares of the individual- as the chemical half of marijuana stays in your body for about 1 to 10 days.

The THC half life within your body therefore conveys to us that it is 5 days, and once you begin to smoke some marijuana again, it will return to around the 100ml mark of THC within your urine. Just five days later, this will half to about 50 ml, which is a passable amount for the urine test. But, there is far too much variation which we know happens within a humans body. A plethora of notable factors include the age of the human, the weight of the human, the metabolism of the individual and the marijuana potency. Uses with infrequency will lead to the shortest detection time. Users with a slow metabolism will have elongated detection times though.

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