Researchers found that levels of THC were 15 percent higher on average immediately after the workout. The amount of THC, however, also depended greatly on the subjects’ individual body fat levels, with the amount increasing with higher BMIs. Subjects “with larger BMI showed a bigger increase,” states Iain McGregor, lead author of the study and professor of psychopharmacology at the University of Sydney, Australia. The very slim study subjects showed “no effect” on their THC levels after exercise.
It’s worth noting that while study researchers state that it’s “theoretically” possible for moderate exercise to release enough THC to cause an additional high (the study did not look into signs of intoxication), the psychoactive form of THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) only remains in the body’s fat and bloodstream for four to 24 hours, even for heavy users. The inactive THC metabolites (including delta-11 tetrahydrocannabinol) broken down by the body, however, can remain in a person’s fat stores anywhere from a few days to several months.
RR1975 schreef:Dit is niet bevorderlijk voor mijn herstel. Denk dat ze bedoelen dat ik het mijzelf niet moeilijk moet maken.
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