How Long Do Dabs Stay in Your System?

Honey oil, butane hash oil (BHO), shatter, budder, and wax are some of the names used these days for dabs. It is basically a highly concentrated extract of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the most psychoactive ingredient of marijuana. Brownish-green in color, it has a thick consistency and looks quite like hot candle wax. A modified bong or water pipe is used to smoke it, which induces a powerful high in no time.

How Long Do Dabs Stay in Your System?

The active ingredient in dabs is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a fat-soluble molecule. Your organs, including the lungs, liver, brain, and heart absorb it and your body retains it in fat tissues for up to 4 weeks.

Even when you consume marijuana and ask how long it stays in your system, it usually means how long THC stays in your system. A number of other factors determine it – the list includes frequency of use, the volume of use, method of consumption, and your rate of metabolism.

Different tests are available to check the presence of THC in your system. The common ones are urine, saliva and hair tests. You need to understand that each test has different detection time. The urine drug test is the most common choice because it is easy to operate and cheap. The test result is positive when the concentration is above 50ng/ml, but some labs may also use 20ng/ml as the cut-off point.

Here are more about how many days they will show positive according to the frequency of use in different drug tests:

 

Urine Test

Saliva Test

Hair Test

One Time User

1-6 days

1-12 hours of use

7 days

Moderate User

7-13 days

1-12 hours of use

7 days-90 days

Frequent User

15 or more days

1-12 hours of use

7 days-90 days

Heavy User

30 or more days

1-12 hours of use

7 days-90 days

Heavy Pot Smoker

45-90 days

1-12 hours of use

7 days-90 days

How to Get Dabs Out of Your System Fast

Once you know "How long do dabs stay in your system?" you may also want to know what you can do to get it out of your system fast. Here are some methods to try:

1.  Water

The easiest way to get it out of your system is to drink plenty of water. This helps you pass a urine drug test with ease. You have to drink at least 64 ounces of water a day starting two days before the test. Be sure to sip the water slowly instead of drinking it all at one go.

2.  Exercise

It is another natural way to improve your metabolism and accelerate detoxification process. This helps break the fat cells where THC is stored. Sweat more and you will be able to get rid of THC faster.

3.  Creatine

This OTC bodybuilding supplement accelerates the flushing process. You may have to take up to 100mg/day for three days before your test.

4.  Cranberry Juice

It contains ingredients that triggers the flushing process and eliminates water and sodium from your body. It actually works as a natural diuretic and throw THC out of your system quickly. Drink a couple of glasses daily for three days before the test.

5.  Aspirin

Take 2-4 aspirin about 4-6 hours before your test. It will absorb chemicals in your body and go out of your system through urine. While you may feel a bit lightheaded after taking a large dose of aspirin, this will eventually help you with your test results.

6.  Pickle Juice

The acid in pickle juice helps eliminate THC cells, but you may need to consume a large amount of pickle juice to get results.

7.  Sauna

Your body temperature goes up when you sit in a sauna and this helps release chemicals and toxins from your body. Combine it with exercise and drinking water for better effects.

Are There Any Side Effects of Dabbing?

Now you know, "How long do dabs stay in your system?" and how you can get it out of your system faster. It is equally important to know if you should really be using it. Actually, dabbing can be quite dangerous. You absorb more THC when dabbing, and that means there is a higher risk of noticing severe tolerance, withdrawal, and dependence symptoms. You are more likely to become addicted to it. You may notice some serious negative reactions, including vomiting, dizziness, paranoia, and fainting.

The extraction makes it even more dangerous because many amateur scientists try to handle it on their own and end up developing a product that is quite poor and dangerous as well. The actual process of dabbing is tricky and involves using glass bongs and weird substances that need to be heated with blowtorches for quite some time. Many people try to make it at home and use dirty oil full of contaminants that pose many health risks. The equipment used in the extraction process may also raise several concerns. It is important to notice that due to highly concentrated BHO, it is possible to overdose on cannabis that may cause uncomfortable highs. The withdrawal symptoms for dabbers are more likely to be quite intense.

Watch this video to learn more about the hazardous side effects of dabbing.

 
 
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