Three Different Ways to Quit Smoking Marijuana

Take Control of Your Marijuana AddictionEven though I am now well past my 100 day mark since personally quitting using marijuana, I continue to do research and find tools that can help others quit weed as well.

There are basically three different ways that someone can quit smoking marijuana:  1) Cold Turkey, 2) Tapering Off,  or 3) Professional Help.

In the following posts, I will examine these three separate methods for quitting the use of cannabis – or any other substance or drug for that matter.  Personally I found that quitting ‘cold turkey’ was what worked for me, but everyone is different and at this point in your life, you might not be able to find the necessary will power to quit on your own.

Regardless of how you intend to quit, the most important thing is to first make the decision to quit smoking pot.  If you are like me, and have been constantly smoking dope for most of your life this could be the single biggest (and best) decision that you’ve made in your life.  You are about to embark on a journey that you might have never believed was possible:  you are finally going to be able to live a great life free from the chains of a substance that has had a grip on your entire existence.

Once you have made the decision to quit smoking weed, it is important to find the right tools to give you the information and support that you need.  I have found that Seb Grant’s Quit Marijuana: The Complete Guide has a lot of great information and tools to help anyone quit using marijuana.  This guide will cost you less than your last bag of weed and I fully recommend it to anyone who wants to stop smoking pot.  (if you buy it using the link above, I will earn a small commission and you will be supporting this blog and my quest to help others free themselves from cannabis)

Let’s take a look at each of the three methods most used to quit smoking pot:

2 Commentsto Three Different Ways to Quit Smoking Marijuana

  1. Joe Kennedy says:

    Thank you Clear – and CONGRATULATIONS on your success so far! I'm very proud of you.

    I'm interested to hear how it is for you being back in your element without weed fogging your mind.

    Please feel free to write your own posts!

  2. clearheaded says:

    Great post , Joe… .

    I quit smoking pot as a result of this BLOG & Joes support….

    My approach has usually been COLD TURKEY which is very difficult..

    This time I relocated to another location & naturally could not smoke as much as I was used to (5-7 joints per day )

    So I started smoking @ night only (thought I had conquered it ) then suddenly it shifted to the day again, and I decided to just QUIT……….

    Very hard decision but the Wean definitely helped (I doubt I could have done this in my regular Smoking Quarters )….

    It is a struggle everyday to stay away from it ….. I am approaching 21 days later this week….

    The biggest change so far is DOING THINGS..

    I do normal things now..

    My life was limited by smoking before. Always stoned. Always in my head. Always thinking I could be doing "more " things..

    Always telling myself marijuana is good for me because it keeps me "Calm " ……

    I see things MUCH more clear now… sometimes it is very intense & I do wish to smoke to Calm down – but every time I smoke it turns into a continuation……. and stopping becomes a Royal Pain in the Ass…….

    I also noticed the Wean prevented having vivid dreams… i still get dreams but not as bad as a COLD COLD Turkey quit…

    Everything is different.

    I fly for business all the time…

    Last night was the first night I got back home & could not SMOKE.. USually I get back home, smoke, and smoke , and smoke….

    If you are currently smoking and wanting to quit you are probably very CONTENT with your life even tho you know you could be doing more…

    I DEFINITELY get a lot more out of life.. More Social, do more things, more bold, and more CERTAIN….

    There is nothing wrong with smoking a little Pot here and there but if your like me it is FULL FORCE Or NOTHING…..

    If you feel like you have a problem you most likely do..

    and if you quit you will most likely realize how much you were NOT doing with your life that you could be…..

    My relationships have changed with a lot of people because I am more assertive, sure of myself, and do not have tolerance levels for the same things I had when I was smoking…..

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