An occasional smoker is someone who only smokes a few times per month or less. It will take 15-30 days for it to leave the system so long as a person isn't consuming it every day.
It really varies from person to person. A big factor is your weight. The more body fat you have, the longer it takes to leave your system. THC is stored in body fat. I was an everyday smoker for around 5 years and I had to quit. It took three months before I showed clean on a drug test. I weigh around 300 lbs.
depends on how much you smoke if you smoke alot every day could take 90 days,occasional smoker 30 days , and if you just barely smoke 10- 20 days. Depends on your body weight fat to muscle count. If you just work out burn the fat that the THC sticks to you can get it out of your system faster.
crack, marijuana, and cocaine
with the right help it is posibel that marijuana can leave you systoem in two weeks
no, it takes a while i think
It depends on how often you consume marijuana, your weight, and other factors. The marijuana will be the last to leave your system and can take a week to 60 days.
till it dies
Marijuana is actually bad for your kidneys... So if you have a kidney infection, I would leave the marijuana and your kidneys be. Let you kidneys heal.
It all depends on the smoker. If you have been smoking for years on a daily basis it may take up to 12 weeks for all the THC stored in your fat cells to be expelled. It also depends on your metabolysm; if you do sports and are an active person, it won't take that long. If you are a new and casual smoker, in something around four weeks you'll be clean of THC.