Yes, you can breathe in substances that have aerosolized around you (such as when people are smoking methamphetamine, marijuana, or cocaine). While the amounts that you inhale are usually much smaller, they can affect you if you are around it long enough.
Yes it can be inhaled (Passive smoking) and get into your system
Cocaine will get in your system whether or not it is cooked. This isn't something you want to ingest.
If cocaine enters your system in any way, yes there is a possiblility it will be detected in your urine. If you are concerned enough to ask in this online environment, I would not recommend being around anyone who is smoking it nor would I participate in its' consumption.
When a pregnant mother smokes, or is around any kind of smoke. When some on is smoking around a baby causes Second hand smoke. Large forest fires really mess with everyones respiratory system.
Yes, a very small amount would enter your system. However, this amount is normally below the tolerance for most tests.
yes it does go in your system it has a name too its called second hand smoking
Your Immune system is usually High, so once it stops smoking that cocaine, it will be better and start destroying them. Its naughty, isnt it?
Yes it will and it is more dangerous as it is passive smoking which can be deadly. Im sorry, but you may die.
Technically, yes, but the level is far below the threshold of feeling any psychoactive effect or showing up on a drug screen.
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Yes through inhalation just like if you are near someone who smokes
The system that smoking causes drastic changes to is the digestive system.
the system that is damage most when smoking tobacco is the respiratory system
Unless the room is a total smoke screen the marijuana wont even register on a urine or blood test. The only way it sill get into your system is if you have direct contact. (i.e. you smoking the marijuana yourself)
Cocaine (including crack cocaine) normally takes around 72 hours (3 days) to leave your system, although for very heavy, long-term users, it could possibly take up to a week.
There are many effects of smoking on your cardiovascular system. One thing that does not happen from smoking is increased cholesterol.
It's possible, if you were sitting beside someone who was smoking it and got a lot in your system, or if you got a bunch of it and rolled around in it and didn't wash... but it isn't likely.
How many days smoking affects your body is questionable. Someone that smokes for even one day will notice changes. Someone who smokes for a long time will have changes of their respiratory and cardiovascular system.
There is nothing you can take to get cocaine out of your system. It will metabolize on its own rate, dependent on the state of your liver and kidneys.
smoking is very bad for immune system . becose
I'm surprised someone would have to ask, but since erections are related to blood flow, and since smoking damages your cardiopulmonary system, the answer is obvious; comprised cardiopulmonary system, compromised (or lack of) erection.
Exercise helps decrease the crave for cocaine in addicted subjects.