use the blood from someone who is not smoking or don't smoke for a year, then get the blood test
instantly, or at least very quickly. however eating, smoking cigarettes, or using mouthwash can effect or inhibit the ability of a saliva test to detect thc. (no guarantees, but most likely)
Yes, Ofcource...Because the nicotine and tobacco flows in the blood of a smoker and could change the persons blood if the person is a Smoker addict
Maybe, the average is 40 days to be clear during a drug test.
If you're smoking dope, cigarettes, drinking alcohol, or using any type of substance not permitted by a physician, please DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER GETTING PREGNANT! Thank-you.
I've heard 2 weeks. Not sure if it is true or not. ----------------------------------------------------------- A friend of mine who is an insurance agent said up to 2 years (although a few cigarettes won't show up). His uncle had the swab done and claimed he was only a "celebratory smoker" and failed the swab.
They do not test for NICOTINE. LOL
100 yearsHow long do you have to stop smoking before a drug, blood, or urine test cannot detect any compound except nicotine? Can a blood or urine test tell the difference between chewing the gum and smoking a cigarette (i.e. the other chemicals in cigarettes"?
The main thing to test for in urine tests to determine smoking is nicotine.
theres no way to test for cigarettes just make sure you don't smell at the time of the "test"... you have to stop smoking weed for at least 2 weeks before the test otherwise that will show up. Marijuana can take in upwards of 30-90 days to get out of your body. But as far as cigarettes go, I believe that the only test for that is in a juvinile detention area where they would test for nicotine in your system, because most people in juvy are under 18. Besides that, there isn't any test for cigarettes.
Yes, cigarettes can show in a blood test, and it is commonly tested for in order to receive health insurance discounts. Tests for other substances, such as smoking marijuana, are able to show some of the toxins found in tobacco and will indicate tobacco use. Depending on the type of test the results can go back many months.
i wouldn't think so.
No a blood test does not count towards smoking of any kind
No. I would just stop smoking.
I don't think smoking shows in urine or blood testing.
- Yes because smoking also shows in your bladder..
What is he smoking? If they are cigarettes then no. I have had 4 boys all healthy and my husband smokes so no, cigarettes have no effect to my knowledge