How Long Does Chewing Tobacco Stay in Your System?


Medically, it takes nicotine in tobacco a maximum of 72 to 96 hours to leave the body. The physical and mental effects can go on for weeks so it will take your body much longer to get over the effects of long term nicotine addiction.
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Tobacco will remain in the blood system for only a small amount of time, usually about 5 to 8 hours since the person last used it. If you smoke regularly, and are having a urine test done, it can possibly detect traces of the tobacco for up to 30 days. You can find more information here:
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