Saliva tests are being considered for THC detection but some question their reliability. “They just don’t tell you anything,” said Dr. Mike Lynn, CEO of Hound Labs Inc. and the developer of a THC breathalyzer. “It doesn’t differentiate what you did an hour ago versus five days ago.” -Watch the video.
“It only picks up people who have smoked in the last two to three hours, you can smoke all day long, all week long, but if you haven’t smoked for a few hours, it’s not going to be in your breath anymore, and you are probably not impaired at that point,” Lynn said. -Read full…
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“In breath THC only stays for a really brief period of time,” Lynn said. “And so unlike saliva or blood or urine where what you did last weekend will still show up in that in breath it just doesn’t. It only shows up for a few hours.” -Read full article.
“In breath, THC only stays for a very brief period of time. So unlike, saliva, blood or urine, where what you did last weekend, will still show up in that [bodily fluids]. In breath, it just doesn’t. It only shows up for a few hours.”
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