THC & Detox
Most people are aware of the high THC content in cannabis, and how it can cause negative side effects. However, many are also concerned about how long THC stays in their system and how to remove it from their bodies.
The length of time THC stays in your body varies from person to person and can be determined by several factors including genetics, body fat percentage, frequency of use, and the strain of cannabis you are using. Those with higher body fat stores THC metabolites for longer because their bodies have to work harder to break down the cannabinoids.
Drinking plenty of water can help flush THC out of your system and is a great way to prevent toxicity from marijuana consumption. Exercising and sweating may also help with this process.
THC & Detox
There are many products available that claim to detoxify your body from THC and it’s metabolites. These are often pills, drinks, or kits and can be purchased in health food stores or online.
These products may have a positive effect on your overall well-being, but they are not guaranteed to be effective. Always seek the advice of a medical professional before using any type of detox product.
Adding hemp-derived CBD to your diet can reduce the amount of THC in your body, but it may not remove all of the THC from your system. This is due to the fact that hemp contains small amounts of THC along with a number of other minor cannabinoids and terpenes.