Cotinine is tricky but I will tell you that most people will say that it stays in your sytem for about 2 to 4 days. I will tell you honestly..Try more than 3 months...I quit smoking 3 months ago and have not touched another cigarette or even been around it. I tested positive for cotinine on my last nicotine test. I was a heavy smoker but I even used cleansing products and still failed. Nothing will help you get rid of it but time, exercise, lots of water or juice, and never smoking again...Hope this helps
Cotinine is a byproduct of nicotine, which is found in tobacco. How long cotinine can stay in your urine depends upon the amount of tobacco you have smoked and how many years you have been smoking for. Therefore, cotinine could stay in your urine for as little as 2 days or as much as 3 months.
Continine will actually stay in the urine for roughly 20 hours. Despite this short time frame, it is still detectable after the body has passed it, generally for about one to two weeks afterwards.
How long does nicotine stay in the blood stream? I am being tested by my insurance co.
Cotinine stays in your system and in your saliva for about one full week. It does however stay in your hair follicles for much longer.
Cotinine can stay in your bloodstream for up to one week after it is taken. Cotinine is a metabolite of nicotine.
About three days
Up to 3 months
how long doe nicotine stay in your system if you stop smoking?
It can be detected. The metabolite from nicotine will stay in your system up to 4 or 5 days.
It takes a couple of days for nicotine to get out of your system. However, it could take up to a month for nicotine by-products to be cleansed from your blood. This only makes a difference if you are going to have a blood test for life insurance, or the like.
nicotine stay in the system approximately 3 to 4 days
Assuming you are not a regular long-term smoker nicotine will stay in your system for about 72-96 hours. If you are a long-term smoker it takes much longer for the nicotine to leave your system.
7 to 9 days
can someone please answer this question
Nicotine has a half-life of about 2 hours, meaning, half of your nicotine dosis is out of your system within two hours, to get all substances out of your system, it takes about three days. (varies from person to person of course)
Nicotine can stay upto 1 week to several months in your body. but it all depends on how much amount of nicotine you are consuming everyday, and what is your frequency of consumption.
nicotine is an addictive stimulant. It makes you think that you need it to feel good, therefore if you have nicotine in your system, and it keeps making you want more, and you take in more, then you will always have the nicotine in your system. However, if you stop using the nicotine product it depends on how much of it you consumed, before you stopped.