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Having mild anemia, skinny shaped. Smoked hashish. Will it show up in urine and blood test?

I m an 18 year old male with a milf aneamia and in a skinny shape, 14 hours ago I smoked hashish with two of my friends -had around 10 puffs- and I may take bh out of my system in those two days. I am not a frequent user I only did it twice over a period of a month during my entire life. Also will it show up in a urine test or a blood it test on such a lowlood and urine tests in two days so I was wondering if there s a way I could get the hashis dose?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

It is not quite clear as to what your question is. However, smoking hashish or any other opioid usually takes about 2-5 days to get out of your system and not show in the urine. I hope you are aware of this and if you need to take a drug test it might help to not smoke the hashish. I recommend that you consult a qualified psychiatrist or a substance abuse counselor for recommendations in your area. I hope this helps.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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