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How Long is Cannabis Detectable in Your System?

How Long Does Marijuana Stay in the System?

Determining how long marijuana will stay in the system may be something you are interested in finding out about -if you are one who is subject to random drug testing as a condition of employment. Others who may be interested are those on probation or parole who are subject to court ordered testing as a condition of release.

While THC or cannabis gets into the bloodstream usually within 20 minutes, it will take considerably longer for it to be completed eliminated. That could mean a positive drug test up to 2 weeks after it has been used. Yet it could be eliminated in as little as 20 hours. It all depends on the type of THC metabolites that it contained. There are plenty of varieties of marijuana out there, and some are quite a bit more potent than others.

A person that uses marijuana on a regular basis though, may find it takes up to 30 days of no use for their system to be completely void of it. For those that use marijuana in large quantities on a regular basis, it could be up to 90 days of no use for …

Statistics of Identity Theft Numbers Tell It All

Statistics of Identity Theft Numbers Tell It All

Identity theft has risen from 4.2 million to 6-7 million cases throughout the last 5 years in which ecommerce has grown over the Internet. Potential victims are unaware of the thieves’ intentions until they receive their credit reports and make their claims. Statistics of identity theft are approaching alarming numbers as thieves use more complex scams to handle others’ information. It may include creating phony web pages and replaying server directors to send potential victims to their sites to enter their information. How can this be occurring so easily in the new, advanced society? Apparently the internet opened the door most identity thieves have been waiting for years.


The first cases of identity theft popped up once the internet created a sweeping presence in the business markets. Identity thieves created ways to pop up in IPO servers to gather some information from listing companies. These identity thieves create phony business accounts under previous victims to gather intelligence on future victims. With the phony business accounts available, the listing companies gave away the information to numerous identity thieves which increased the identity theft statistics around the globe. The numbers continue to climb …