How long are cigarettes detectable in blood test?

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How long does it take for a nicotine blood test to show up?

  • Nicotine is usually detectable in a blood test for 1-3 days after the consumption of a tobacco product. However, the length of time that nicotine stays in your system may vary based on how much or how often you smoke, and may also be affected by your age and general health.

How long before you can pass a nicotine test?

  • Nicotine can be found in the saliva for 2-3 days, for 24 hours in the urine and 90 days in the hair follicles. You can pass a nicotine test if you are tested for nicotine after these time periods. Once you have a cigarette, the nicotine starts building in the body and you will soon start craving for it.

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