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anyone quit smoking pot lately?

 
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12/18/2012 09:41 AM
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Good glade your quitting more for the rest of us with some balls and self control.
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12/18/2012 09:49 AM
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I've never understood the people that have to Chief constantly.

Just chill and get a one hitter. When I used to buy a bag for $50 it used to last me damn near 3 weeks.

But I know people where they go through a bag every couple days. UNREAL.
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12/18/2012 08:36 PM
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Re: anyone quit smoking pot lately?
yeah, about seven minutes ago.

now it's time for bed, before i start again tomorrow.
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12/18/2012 08:44 PM
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If you need mind altering substances to live, then maybe you are an inferior human being.
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If you need mind altering substances to live, then maybe you are an inferior human being.
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don't respond to this troll, unless you confine it to it's original troll thread here: Thread: WHY ARE MARIJUANA ADDICTS SUCH HYPOCRITES?
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12/18/2012 09:25 PM

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Another quick solution for the appetite loss mentioned as problem with during called "marijuana withdrawl syndrome" is readily available over the counter.

[link to www.prevacid.com]

How does it work?

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
Abstract: Lansoprazole and rabeprazole increased plasma ACTH-IS and cortisol levels. Therefore, we hypothesized that the medicines might activate the HPA axis, and have effect to promote feeding. We considered that these results might be relevant to the development of new therapeutics in the treatment of psychiatric disorders involving dysregulation of appetite.


Picking the most anti-pot site possible to quote from to avoid bias charges:


The hypothalimis-pituitary-adrenal axis is known to be modulated by the endogenous cannabinoid system (Cota 2008). Exogenous cannabinoids such as THC have long been known to activate the major neuroendocrine stress response system of mammals via the HPA axis (Steiner and Wotjak 2008).
[link to www.csam-asam.org]

As alway, consult a medical professional before starting any new drug.

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Antother quick solution for so called "marijuana withdrawl symptoms" is readily available over the counter.
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really?? what is it?
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12/18/2012 09:38 PM
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Re: anyone quit smoking pot lately?
why would i quit pot?

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12/18/2012 09:39 PM
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Don't buy anymore, the withdrawal you are expecting doesn't happen (something you should be clued into when two days pass), the money you think you are saving never shows up either.
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Antother quick solution for so called "marijuana withdrawl symptoms" is readily available over the counter.
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really?? what is it?
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air, about 10 breaths a minute, repeat as required.
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12/18/2012 09:42 PM
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Re: anyone quit smoking pot lately?
It takes 3 days to totally clean the not getting hi part out of your system, wait three days and you will get as high as you did the very 1st time.

Plus that alone will help you slow down, you know you will smoke again, just getting a little cleaned out.

try it
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wow where did you guys get your info? linky linky Marijuana stays in the system 30 days/ wanna quit? put it down its not hard quit while raising kids for 20 yrs and went back to smokin cuz it makes my treatments go better and I eat better
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If you need mind altering substances to live, then maybe you are an inferior human being.
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If you must pass judgement then perhaps your just mental and nonhuman
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12/18/2012 10:19 PM
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Re: anyone quit smoking pot lately?
any tips? advice? stories of the aftermath? anything helps, just cant seem to stop smoking and spiraling my life downard into debt because of it.
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My advice would be to use it as the "carrot" part of the carrot and stick method. You smoke too much, it takes more to get high. Its an endless cycle. I reward myself one day a week with a couple nice smokes after working hard the other six days. When getting high becomes a lifestyle instead of an occasional reward, you need to make some serious changes in your life. I smoke 5-10% a week of the amount I used to at my University, and I actually enjoy it now instead of needing it all the time as a crutch to make my life "better". You'll be able to take three bong hits and get ripped instead of smoking blunts all day(like I used to, so I know what you're going through) and save yourself wasted time and tons of money in the process.
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any tips? advice? stories of the aftermath? anything helps, just cant seem to stop smoking and spiraling my life downard into debt because of it.
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My advice would be to use it as the "carrot" part of the carrot and stick method. You smoke too much, it takes more to get high. Its an endless cycle. I reward myself one day a week with a couple nice smokes after working hard the other six days. When getting high becomes a lifestyle instead of an occasional reward, you need to make some serious changes in your life. I smoke 5-10% a week of the amount I used to at my University, and I actually enjoy it now instead of needing it all the time as a crutch to make my life "better". You'll be able to take three bong hits and get ripped instead of smoking blunts all day(like I used to, so I know what you're going through) and save yourself wasted time and tons of money in the process.
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this is truth.
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No one has mentioned the best solution for debt-grow your own. Its much cheaper, and a very rewarding hobby.
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Re: anyone quit smoking pot lately?
I had to quit to keep my job. In the past I had to quit to stay out of jail.

For me, staying out of jail was a pretty huge motivater. I was just like EEEKK! I just can't get away with it anymore. So I stopped.

Now with the job situation, I used the same kind of mentality but overlayed it into the EEEEKK! I need to keep my job so as I embrace my job and the people I work with the POT life has gotten farther away. I still love pot but I have to admit to myself that I am doing better without it. Money is one of the improvements and so is the bigger pool of women that would be open to dating me. Believe it or not Pot is a turn off for most decent women.
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I had to quit to keep my job. In the past I had to quit to stay out of jail.

For me, staying out of jail was a pretty huge motivater. I was just like EEEKK! I just can't get away with it anymore. So I stopped.

Now with the job situation, I used the same kind of mentality but overlayed it into the EEEEKK! I need to keep my job so as I embrace my job and the people I work with the POT life has gotten farther away. I still love pot but I have to admit to myself that I am doing better without it. Money is one of the improvements and so is the bigger pool of women that would be open to dating me. Believe it or not Pot is a turn off for most decent women.
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