Does marijuana show up on a tobacco test?
No. A tobacco test looks for.. well... tobacco. A marijuana drug test looks for THC.
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According to the Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, Cannabis ("pot," "weed," etc.) will show up in a drug test. It does however depend on the test type and usage …level. In a urine sample, a single use will be detected for 1-6 days later, weekly use, for 3 to 9 days later, and daily use, for 7-30 days later. Hair samples can detect it for up to 90 days. Blood samples will detect it for 2-3 days later if the usage is infrequent, and up to 2 weeks for frequent usage..
Relax. They will be testing for illegal drugs. Tobacco is stilllegal. Whatever you say, but my workplace has a no-nicotine policy, anddoes random drug testing for nicotine --… and if you test positiveyou're fired. Yes, this is in the USA. People say they'd quit, butnone of them can point me to a place where other jobs areavailable, so, *shrug*. After you smoke a cigarette it is detectable on a average of 10days but can be detected even after 14 days
Some employers test for nicotine product use, by checking cotinine levels (long-acting metabolite of nicotine).
Yes it can. and usually for up to 2 weeks depending on other factors. Such as weight and amount used.
if the test is for nicotine and you take it within 3 days of last use yes. but if not then ur ok
yes it can sorry
if your talking about saliva swabs yes it does but there not very accurate so there's a possibility it wont show up at all but it might so put a little puddle of water in …your mouth and swab that and you should be fine
If all you're running is an EtG test, it won't. But if I've already got a sample I'm going to run at least a five-drug panel on it--maybe a 10-drug panel--in addition to the E…tG test.
Yes if you place marijuana on the swab, it will be able to be seen
If it is a test for nicotine then no, but if it's a 5 panel drug test then yes depending on your usage of said drug.
Most tobacco products do contain nicotine in them, chewing tobacco in fact contains more nicotine than a regular cigarette( depending how much you chew at a time) -good luck b…ud
It all depends what kind of test it is, but it all depends how loopy your acting i guess.
No...but if they're testing for tobacco, they probably also test for marijuana.
Yes, because you're still receiving nicotine through the smokeles device.
No. I believe that most adults and even a lot of kids know that THC is the chemical compound in pot that makes one high, but since THC is not an opiate, a person who has used …only marijuana will not test positive for opiates. However, testing someone only for marijuana is very rare because the cost of testing someone for just marijuana and for marijuana plus all of the most common abused drugs is either the same or only slightly more expensive depending on the testing method used. I enjoy answering people's questions, but I also like to help people if I can. The reason that someone asked their question is none of my business, however I can often read between the lines of a question, although I'm sure that I'm not always correct. In this case, I would like to add something to my answer: For anyone concerned about "passing" a drug test, the nearly surefire way to do so is not to use any illegal drugs or any prescription drugs that aren't theirs. It is highly unlikely that a potential employer or the military or a school (in the case of student athletes) is only going to test subjects for one drug that shouldn't be in their bodies regardless of what they might have told someone. Even though several states have legalized marijuana, all prospective employees who wish to use it should check that employer's policy on marijuana use before smoking any. The reason is because a company, or just about any organization, is free to discriminate against people who use marijuana. And one will fail if they try to use the analogy of alcohol, and that's because alcohol doesn't remain in one's system very long while THC stays in one's system at least hundreds of times longer. The best policy for people to follow, and this is only my opinion, is to only use OTC drugs as directed and drugs for which you have a prescription, not including marijuana unless you know the respective organization's policies.