How Long Does Nicotine Stay in the Blood?

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Nicotine is estimated to have a half life of two hours in the blood. However, smoking represents a multiple dosing with considerable accumulation. Therefore, the nicotine in blood would persist at significant levels for six to eight hours after smoking has stopped.
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