The drug delta 8 has a half-life of 3.1 hours and is metabolized in the liver, which sends it to the kidneys, where it is excreted. The drug does not have any active metabolites, which may prolong the duration of effect, but there can be some variability based on individual response and time between doses. How long delta 8 stays in your system depends on the route of administration (oral, injection, or intravenous) and whether the patient has recently taken other drugs and alcohol.
When a patient takes an oral dose of delta 8, it passes through the liver, which is metabolized into a compound called HHC-20. How long delta 8 stays in your system depends on how quickly the liver can metabolize the drug and how much HHC-20 it produces from the original form of the drug. The drug is then excreted via urine, so the time it takes to appear in urine depends on how quickly it is metabolized and passed by the body.
How long does delta 8 stays in your system can be affected by other drugs and alcohol present in a patient’s system when they have taken delta 8. If a patient has taken another drug shortly before taking delta 8, there is a chance that this other drug could interact with delta 8 and change its metabolism in the liver or excretion in the kidneys.
How long delta 8 stays in your system depends on whether a patient has recently taken alcohol. If they have, then how long does delta 8 stay in your system will be shortened due to the ability of alcohol to accelerate the metabolism and excretion of drugs. It may also alter their behavior if they have consumed a large amount of alcohol, leading them to change their consumption of delta 8.
How long delta 8 stays in your system will be affected by the route of administration. If a patient takes an oral dose of delta 8, they take it via their mouth, which is absorbed into the bloodstream and passed through the liver. The time taken to pass through the liver depends on how quickly the liver can metabolize delta 8 and excrete it in urine. The amount of time it takes for a drug to get from its point of administration to its point of excretion in urine will depend on how quickly it is metabolized and excreted by the body.