If you inhaled it or consumed it, as long as first-hand meth smoke, AKA as long as the original user.
It depends on how often you smoke weed. If you smoke every once in a while the THC will be detectable for around 15-30 days. If its a habit, then it can stay in your system for up to 6 weeks
To answer this question correctly you must supply more information. If you inhaled one breath of second hand smoke, it won't be in your system for more than a few hours. If you sat in a vehicle that was being hotboxed by 5 people, you will probably test positive for a week. If you are in the room while a volcano is being used, you will likely get high as well and test positive for a month.
Not long, maybe a week at most if there was no direct inhilation. Just a word of advice, if you want to smoke weed, then that is fine, its your choice as a free individual to do so, however you should not expose your children to it.
If its a blood test less than a week it stays in your fatty sells tho.
Methamphetamine smoke is NOT detectable on blood urine or any other drug test if you are not inhaling this smoke. Second hand meth smoke. Please!
Almost all of the THC from marijuana is absorbed through the lungs when inhaled. When exhaled, there is only trace amounts of it in the smoke. You would have to be directly inhaling second hand smoke for a long period of time for anything to show up. Even then, unlikely.
about 2,000 a year 400,000 die a year and 3,000 die from breathing in other peoples smoke (second hand smoke)
The simple answer is yes. I'm not sure how long you have to be exposed for it to show up in your blood stream but yes second hand cannabis smoke can get into your system.
It is very unlikely casual exposure to cannabis smoke will cause THC to be transferred to the blood.
Second hand smoke from pot would be extremely unlikely to show up on a drug test. I would say it's impossible, but then someone would sit in a bubble filled with pot smoke for a week and fail a drug test. Basically, if your not smoking it, it won't show up on a drug test.( so most likely about 1 second) ;)
PCP is a very fat soluble drug, and thus it has a long lifetime in the body. Single uses are generally detectable up to a week later, whereas daily use is detectable up to a month after stopping the drug.
unless u were in a hotboxed area (closed area that u cant see thanks to smoke) then there will not be a traceable amount of THC in the bloodstream (4-20)
it all depends where your at. if your buddy and you are clan baking a cig in a car you will smell like smoke a little bit but not for to long
It is only detectable in this form for 14 hours after taking the drug - 24 maximum.
Emphysema is a respiratory disease, often caused by smoking or breathing in the smoke of others (second-hand smoke). It is chronic (long-lasting and doesn't go away) and usually eventually causes death from respiratory failure.