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How long does it take for marijuana to leave your system?

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2010-08-31 01:49:26
2010-08-31 01:49:26

For regular smokers (people who smoke a few times a week or more), it can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks for marijuana to leave your system for a urine test, so around a month is a safe bet.

For less frequent users (people who smoke less than a few times a week) the timeframe is a bit shorter, more like 2 weeks to one month.

The exception to this is hair follicle tests. Hair follicle tests can detect marijuana up to a year after you have used it, although they usually don't test further back than 90 days. Even if it's out of your system, it can still be in your hair.

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