The length of time that a smoke session will stay in your system can depend on several factors, including the amount of cannabis you smoked, the potency of the cannabis, your metabolism, and your body composition.
THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis, is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream when the drug is smoked, and it can be detected in your body for a period of time after use. THC is metabolized by the body and is eventually eliminated, but the length of time it takes for this to occur can vary.
In general, THC can be detected in the urine for several days to a week or more after a single use, and it can be detected in the blood for a shorter period of time, usually up to a few days. However, these detection times can be longer in chronic users or in people who have a slower metabolism.
It is important to note that drug testing is commonly used to detect the presence of drugs in the body, and different drug tests have different detection limits and periods of time during which they can detect drugs.
If you are concerned about the possibility of a positive drug test due to cannabis use, it is important to be aware of these factors and to speak with a healthcare provider or a substance abuse professional for more information.