The length of time that cannabis stays in your system is most influenced by your biology. It is also influenced by one's daily habits. However, it can be confirmed and argued that Cannabis is detectable, in urine and saliva, up to about a month after the last use. However, it should be noted that it can also be detected in hair for several months.
What happens to Thc when cannabis is used? Basically, it is metabolised in the liver and broken down into numerous metabolites. About eighty. Finally, Thc and its metabolites are excreted from the body. However, many of these compounds remain longer.
But to answer the question of how to get Thc out of your system, you must first stop using cannabis. It seems obvious but it is not. Then you need to drink lots of water. This is extremely effective as it facilitates the expulsion of Thc.
Another useful tip is to take detoxifying drinks. So-called 'detox' drinks. They work on the basis of expelling the Thc present in your body and its metabolites. Many use diuretic substances to ensure frequent expulsion of urine. It has to be said that these products are quite expensive. If you want to save money, you can prepare a good blueberry juice at home.
Finally, another method to facilitate the elimination of THC is activated charcoal. Charcoal is used to manage high dosage in the medical field, as it chemically binds to various substances. The result: it helps the body to excrete them. The easiest way to take it is via capsules. It can also be taken through food. For example, charcoal bread.