How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System?
Let’s get this straight. Any chemical compound that’s introduced to the body, has a half-life, an active duration, and a duration for which it stays in your blood or is detectable. These are all separate time limits for every chemical compound. And cannabidiol (CBD) is not different. To understand how long CBD stays in your system, you must understand these first. Half-Life: A medication’s half-life is how long it takes for its total blood concentration to be halved. In other words, the time it takes for half of its dose to be metabolized and flushed out of the system. This is usually when the effects start to fade and it’s usually time for the next dose. Duration of Action: The duration of action is the length of time for which the drug is effective. It depends on its half-life, the time it takes to reach the target cells, and time for which it retains its potency in the body. A medication generally fades away from the system after around 4 – 5 half-lives. But it doesn’t mean it’ll not be detectable in a drug test, i.e. if a test looks for it. Duration of Detectability: This is how long a medication remains in the system. It may not be effective, but it can be detected in a test. Sometimes, the residual amount may remain in your body without even being detected. This can later enhance the potency of the next dose. How Long DOES CBD Stay in Your System? Like…
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