Factors Influencing THC RetentionIt is clear that the elimination of THC and its active metabolites from the body takes time. Thus, people with more body fat will retain THC for longer periods of time. Whereas people with lesser body fat will retain it for shorter periods. Depending upon the mode in which THC was consumed, it depends on how long it could remain in your system and get detected. Once THC has been absorbed, it interacts with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and its receptors, mainly CB1 and CB2.
Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC is not a new name for people who are fans of Cannabis. It is because of the psychoactive effects of THC that people can get high and relaxed like no other.
However, it’s interesting to see how long THC can stay in the system and get detected. Let’s find out together, shall we?
The Metabolism Of THC
As it is already known when a person consumes THC through any means – be it gummies, oils, tinctures, or vapes, THC enters inside our bodies.
Once inhaled or ingested, THC can enter the bloodstream easily. This happens by means of absorption...
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