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Weed

by Joshua

(Huahwi)

I smoke weed every day!

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Marijuana is addictive.


by: Debbie Wicker


Dear Joshua,

Contrary to popular belief, marijuana can be addictive for some people and if you’re smoking everyday you may be one of the people who becomes addicted to it.

Marijuana is a drug that effects your brain every time you smoke it, and because our brains are so adaptive your brain has adapted to having Marijuana everyday. The craving for weed happens any time you don’t smoke so you smoke it again, kind of like a nicotine addiction with cigarettes.

In order to quit, you’re like going to have to change your social life fairly significantly because likely most everyone you hang out with smokes weed a lot too.

Here is an excerpt from the page from the Quit Weed product that we recommend on this site:

“Are You Physically Addicted To Weed?”

“A regular marijuana smoker will experience many physical symptoms when they quit.

Thing is, most smokers believe weed has no physical effects at all

This is another reason why so many have trouble quitting…

Sure, the ‘marijuana habit’ is mostly psychological

However, contrary to the common belief, modern scientific findings are now showing us that marijuana actually can create physical withdrawals in your body, that smoking weed relieves

This is creating your vicious cycle

You might even notice these physical symptoms when you stop smoking

Do you?

Have you noticed the common things like:

– Not being able to sleep easily without weed

– Problems with eating regularly / hunger pains

– Feeling ‘sluggish’ or having a lack of energy

– Even a physical feeling of ‘something missing’

– Feeling unfulfilled, or even flat-out depressed…

By removing toxins in your body, you can eliminate cravings and even physical withdrawals

This way of quitting is easier than trying to fight your own thoughts, feelings and desires created in psychological addiction. Smokers now have a real method to follow in order to quit weed…

What Is The Best Way To Quit?

The proven method to quit weed is to deal with your body & mind

Re-establish the way you actually think about weed – and give your body a marijuana detox

This isn’t a long process and is great for your health

It is also the most successful method to quit smoking pot

Once you think about marijuana differently, and detox denies your body of any cravings or withdrawals, you will find yourself turning down weed offered to you, much more naturally

A good feeling… Imagine this:

YOU having a clear mind and increased energy. Total focus, motivation, clarity. Better health. Deeper relationships, more money, and a new ability to turn down weed easily, and finally get ahead in life…

No matter how difficult it is right now…

When you have control, you can smoke weed less and on your own terms – or not at all…

With this new ability, even people that smoke marijuana daily for years, can quit permanently

Or just cut back to once a month… Remember, you will be in control of your addiction for once, and you will have the power to make that decision, and you will keep this power forever.”

You may want to visit our Quit Weed page for more information.

Debbie


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