With legalization of medical marijuana in some states, the use of one of its main components, cannabidiol, is also on a rise. However, it’s often the case that people discussing it don’t really know what it is or how it works and the effect it has on our body. The common question about it is how long it stays in our bodies, as that can affect drug test results. In most cases, it only stays in our bodies from two to five days, depending on the frequency and the amount used.
- Cannabidiol, abbreviated as CBD, is a cannabinoid like THC, but it doesn’t get you high.
- CBD usually remains in your body for 2-5 days, but this depends on how much you use, your metabolism, and other factors.
- Vaping puts CBD into and out of your body quickly, while CBD lotions work slowly in both directions.
“There are hundreds of cannabinoids in the Cannabis Sativa plant but the two most abundant ones are CBD and THC.”