How long do recreational drugs stay in your system?
Recreational drugs are widely-used good-time enhancers of the party experience.
When the last strobe light has flashed, the last beat has dropped and you’re back to your sober life these substances of merriment remain in your bodily domain.
While there is a plethora of drugs, we have focussed on the most commonly used party substances and how long they stay in your system for as researched by HERB.
It’s party time!
Our first contestant is the strangely legal liquid courage-alcohol.
Its status as legal doesn’t exclude it from ranking top of the list of recreational drugs, which by definition “causes a physiological change in the body.” The decline of judgement as well as the motor impairment caused by alcohol certainly fits the bill as a drug.
Length in system:
Urine- 3 to 5 days (ironic because alcohol makes you pee so much)
Our next candidate on the feel-good train of recreational drugs is flake, snow, blow,-cocaine. Although known for its brief bursts of energy this nose powder stays snug in your system:
Urine- 3 to 4 days
Blood-1 to 2 days
Donning dancefloors the world over we bring you the rush known as MDMA or Molly.
This ecstasy inducing E stays in your system for:
Urine for 3-4 days
Blood- for 1 to 2 days
What a slave to the rave!
Climbing the psychedelic ladder, we find ourselves at LSD. While you’re tripping on LSD the LSD is taking a trip through your system and it likes what it feels.
Urine- 1 to 3 days
Blood-4 to 6 hours
The most ironically discriminated against drug is marijuana.
This medicine stays in your urine longer than most though.
Urine- 7 to 10 days
Blood- for 10 to 14 days (depending on the frequency of your use)
READ: How long does weed really remain in your pee?
Give hugs not drugs, but if you were to indulge in recreational drugs take these guidelines into account and ensure that the rave doesn’t inhibit your real life.