How long does it take to get pcp out of your system?
Two to four days. On average, PCP stays in your system for approximately 2-4 days after taking it. However, this is only a guideline as there are many different factors to consider. The first factor to consider is whether you are a regular user. [ If you smoke marijuana all the time then you might find the drug stays in your body for a shorter period. However, this is not scientifically proven
and some research suggests the more you smoke the longer PCP could stay in your system, due to the amount of exposure you will be having.
The second factor is your weight. In general, thinner people find that drugs do not linger in their system; this is partly due to them having a better metabolism, meaning everything is processed quicker. Thinner people might also lack the fat cells which can slow down the time it takes for drugs to move through your body.
Other factors to be considered include: How much fluids you have taken in, your digestion system, tolerance to drugs and health condition. All of these factors can alter how long PCP stays in your body for and so the 2-4 days margin is only a rough guide.
PCP is a drug usually used as an intravenous anaesthetic but is often abused for the mind altering hallucinogenic effects it can have on the human body. PCP comes in many different forms such as; tablet, capsule, liquid or powder. ]
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