Answer: If you have a normal kidney function, it takes up to 4 hours forhalf of the ingested paracetamol to exit your system. At thispoint, it will have lost any noticeable effects on the body,however a small concentration will persist for a longer time.
Answer: i think that depends on how long u have been taking it. I was told it has a 36 hour shelf life meaning if you take 8mgs today 24 hours later there will still be some in your system for up to 36 hours. so if you take it for a week, same amount everyday then it builds up so it would take about 48 hours or more to feel the withdraws from it in full effect.but everyones different.
Answer: It depends on how much alcohol was in the drink and on your body. On average alcohol is metabolized at a rate of .015 BAC per hour, so divide your BAC by .015 and you get how many hours the drink will be in your system. Another way is for every half pint of beer or 25 mL of liquor you drink, it will stay in your system for 1 hour. A half pint of vodka will take 10 hours.
Answer: The time it takes for the body to eliminate one half of a caffeine dose is normally between 3 to 12 hours. It is called the half-life of caffeine. Several factors can shorten or lengthen the half life of caffeine. Smoking, medications and diseases are some factors. Pregnant women have higher caffeine half-life, 18 to 20 hours - pretty much longer for the fetus since its organs are not yet fully formed to be able to eliminate caffeine easily. About 99% of the elimination process takes place in the liver.
Answer: Yes the more u smoke more THC enters your body and sticks to your fat cells thus the more u smoke the longer it stays in ur system because u have more to get rid of. If your skinny it exits your body faster, as opposed to being overwieght it takes longer.
Answer: There are several experimental methods for this purpose. DrinkFluids assimply increasing your fluid intake could help. Eat morevegetables. Green tea or an herbal tea can also be used. Exerciseand excessive sweating.
Answer: Cat is digested at a similar rate to any other red meat, which on average take from 1 to 3 days to be completely digested and eliminated from the body. If devoured entirely, there may be other factors. Hair (fur) is not digestible and in large enough quantities, the undigested hair might eventually develop into a "trichobezoar," a hairball, which could ultimately require emergency surgery. The sharp nails may also be problematic, as they are chemically similar to hair, and as well as not being digested, could cause lacerations of the gastrointestinal tract. In regards to the bones, it depends on how much processing (chewing) has occurred before the cat was swallowed. Humans can break down bone with enzymes and acids that are found in the stomach. This is a function intended to break down and smoothe sharp edges of bone which have been ingested accidentally, allowing them to pass through the body without causing damage. In large quantities, specifically an entire cat, the amount of surface area of the bone will play a major role in determining the time-frame of digestion.
Additional factors, such as the size, breed and whether or not the cat was domesticated may play a role in determining the processing time, however one may ask the question, "If you made the decision to eat your pet, do you really care how long it takes before you drop the brown kittens off to the pool?"
Answer: Glucophage is a drug that is used to treat diabetes. It has a halflife of 4 to 8 hours, which means that about 4 to 8 hours after youtake it, only half of the dose is left in your system. Depending onhow your body metabolizes this drug, it is typically gone from yoursystem in one to two days.
Answer: After lots of research myself, websites, answers.yahoo, google, wikipedia and other people, many say the average is 30 days but i would disagree. Personally if you drink lots of water, do plenty of exercise to sweat, if you digest alcohol pretty quickly then maybe a few pints, should be out of your system pretty fast however THC (The chemical that makes you high and that they look for) is absorbed by your fat cells so if your somewhat of a "larger size" then it may stay in your body for a while longer.Basically, exercise, drink lots, eat normal, should be the quickest way of getting it out of your system.
Answer: Buprenorphine (Suboxone) has an elimination half-life of about 37 hours. This means that every 37 hours, half of the buprenorphine left in your body is removed. After the first 37 hours, only 1 mg will be left, after 74 hours, 0.5mg are left, etc. In short, most of the drug will be gone in 4 or 5 days, but it will be weeks before all of it is gone.