Quit Weed – Quit Weed With Tristan Weatherburn
The active ingredient in marijuana (and the reason you smoke weed) is THC, and the THC content in the weed you smoke is rising all the time.
This is often overlooked – and many people that smoke weed regularly (or for a long time) are now experiencing serious problems when they try to quit smoking pot.
Marijuana detox is becoming more popular for people quitting weed because the chemicals in weed have an ability to stay in your body for a long time.
Detox designed for marijuana will flush your system of built up toxins which helps you quit weed. This can also help stop cravings to smoke weed that have been created in your body.
When you inhale weed, THC moves quickly from your lungs to your bloodstream to get you stoned, we know this. But from that point on, weed is completely different to any other drug…
While still inside your body, marijuana is released slowly back into your bloodstream giving you a lack of focus, emotional mood swings, lower energy, headaches, stomach pains, and even sometimes a feeling of still being stoned – even if you haven’t smoked for days!
To quit weed without understanding this cycle is kind of like someone trying to quit smoking cigarettes while still smoking 2 or 3 cigarettes every day.
That means to re-establish the way you think about pot – while at the same time having a marijuana-focused detox to flush metabolites from your body.
Once you think about marijuana differently, and detox denies your body of any cravings or withdrawals, you will find yourself turning down… Read more…