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How Long Does It Take For Delta 8 To Leave Your System?

If you are starting a new job soon, one which will require you to take a drug test (or your existing job has new rules), knowing how long delta-8 stays in your system is a critical question. And in this article, we’re answering exactly that and also discussing other important questions such as side effects and the factors that affect how your body breaks down CBD to ensure you never fail a drug test.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System?

Delta-8 can show up in your system anywhere from 24 hours to more than 3 months after it was you consumed it, depending on the type of drug test you are taking. Normally, CBD does not show up on a drug test, unless your product contains THC. Unfortunately, most CBD products contain trace amounts of THC, which several drug tests screen for. 

The following are the types of drug tests normally used for employment purposes:

  • Saliva test

Saliva tests for CBD or THC are incredibly rare for employment or legal reasons. THC can be detected within minutes after you take it and last for up to 36 hours. If you consume CBD products in large amounts, and regularly, it’s possible that this test could detect it for longer. 

  • Blood test

Blood tests are not very common because of how quickly THC is eliminated from your bloodstream. However, a blood test is similar to a saliva test and thus, THC is detectable in your blood for about 24 to 48 hours after consumption. However, in some cases, chronic use of Delta-8 may show up in a test even after 2 days.

  • Urine test

Urine tests are the most popular and common method of drug screening for employment purposes. Depending on dosage and frequency of usage, A urine test can detect Delta-8 THC in your system, anywhere from three days to fifteen days after consumption, depending on how frequently you intake Delta-8. For moderate users (4-5 times a week), traces of THC-8 should be gone within a week.

  • Hair test

Hair tests are very uncommon drug tests for TCH and CBD. However, they can detect drugs in your system for an extended period, up to three months after use

Does Delta-8 Give You a Hangover?

If you take too much Delta-8, it can give you a hangover much like the one experienced with weed. These hangovers come with symptoms like headache, brain fog, dry eyes, fatigue, and even nausea. So if you’re new to Delta-8, it’s better to start with a low dosage. 

How Do I Get Rid of Delta-8 Side Effects?

Most people who experience negative side effects from delta-8 do so because of incorrect dosing and low-quality formulations. By taking the following precautions, you can significantly reduce your chance of experiencing any side effects from delta-8.

Ensure the delta-8 THC products you buy are high quality and lab tested. Buy products that use extraction methods, such as CO2 extraction, to remove the CBD from hemp. Check the ingredient list on your product for allergens or ingredients you may be sensitive to. 

Lastly, make sure you use the correct dosage. When in doubt, start small and gradually increase over time until you reach the ideal amount. For new users, you may start as low as 5 mg. For this reason, you may consider using a delta-8 THC tincture, as it allows you to experiment with different doses and gives you precise measurements. 

Wrapping up…

CBD-related products have become extremely commonplace in the United States and Delta-8 is completely legal in the vast majority of the states. However, it’s possible that your current or future workplace may be fussy about you using Delta-8 or other CBD products. In this case, knowing the kind of test you’re required to take and how long Delta-8 leaves your body is critical. 

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