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How long does it take for thc to not show up on a saliva swab text ?

how long does it take for thc to not show up on a saliva swab text I took a saliva swab test for a drug screening for a new job today. I was offered the job and have been given my next month s schedule, but the test was done before this was given to me. I m assuming I passed, but would the saliva swab reveal otherwise if i just smoked marijuana yesterday or the day before ? I am a frequent smoker, at least 4-5/7 days a week..200 lb, 19 year old female.
Asked On : Thu, 23 Dec 2010
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Hi. Welcome To HealthcareMagic

THC (marijuana) may only be detectable in saliva/oral fluid for 26 hours in most cases.

Regards, Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Thu, 23 Dec 2010
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Dr. Jagdish........If i smoked like 3 bowls like 7-8 days ago and a couple grams like a month before long will thc be in my system....i also drank a jar of pickle juice and took 8 250mg it possible to pass a drug test tommorow
Answered: Thu, 20 Jan 2011
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