Marijuana withdrawal - quiting tips and known symptoms.

Marijuana detox - only time does it better.

Marijuana withdrawal like nicotine in tobacco products has symptoms often suffered by users on discontinuation or reduction in dosage. It's withdrawal symptoms certainly dependent on how long a person has been taking the drug. THC is the drug contained in marijuana.

Just remember that strictly speaking marijuana withdrawal symptoms are different from marijuana effects.

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Marijuana detox detox vary from person to person but the pattern is that generally no medically serious symptoms can be expected.

The effects of the substance itself is more harmful than the symptoms. On withdrawal one thing is certain with marijuana - cravings. Depending on the length of use, cravings will be intense on discontinuation or dosage reduction.

Nicotine withdrawal patterns have shown that people with a troubled or psychiatric history tend to suffer greater from withdrawal symptoms. This appears to be also the pattern with marijuana. Interestingly withdrawal symptoms are to an extent similar to those of tobacco.


Known marijuana withdrawal symptoms

  • Abnormal dreams
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness
  • Stomach pain
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Aggression/anger
  • Physical tension
  • prolonged disorder of eating due to loss of appetite.
  • inability to sleep; chronic sleeplessness.
  • Severe cravings
  • Headaches
  • disgust so strong it makes you feel sick or want to vomit (nausea)

Individually reported marijuana withdrawal experiences

  • Coughing up yellow/black stuff
  • Flue-like symptoms
  • Throbbing headache on very same location that used feel good when smoking
  • Severe stress
  • Inability to think "straight"
  • Feeling tired all the time
  • Dreaming more than before
  • Couple of days were brain feels "drunk".
  • Feeling destructed and unable to focus


User experience tips on withdrawal success

  • Change location to starve yourself of access.
  • Change location to experience a new environment.
  • If you continue relapsing put long breaks in between.
  • Maintain a very low budget for marijuana to control how much you can buy.
  • Stay away from an environment that promotes marijuana intake.
  • Stay busy don't be bored.
  • If cold turkey is difficult cut back gradually
  • use Dandelion tea/pills, Vitamin C. Alpha lipoic acid, Garlic and Vitamin B and saunas to detox

Marijuana withdrawal is also known as marijuana detox were you allow your body to dis-intoxicate itself from the effects of marijuana. Because of the pain and anguish of going through a detox or withdrawal, relapse rates are sky high. The key element driving relapse rates in people withdrawing from marijuana use are the severe cravings. If this can be tamed success is sure more guaranteed.

On withdrawing, symptoms come in a torrent within the first 24 hours to a few days. It's a make or break period as most people hardly go past this zone. There after the severe symptoms though present, begin to subside and get less and less stronger. It's like your body will be rewarding you for being a good solider and for standing your ground.

Only time is able to do a better job on marijuana detox. The longer you can hang in there without a relapse the better your natural system would be able to push unwanted things out of your body.

Medical remedies to help with marijuana withdrawal symptoms

There is no known pharmaceutical drug to directly deal with this matter. However many users take Vitamin C and Vitamin B supplements. Herbal remedies are also very effective. They are also used by nicotine users to flush out toxins from the body system. Herbal solutions do a complete body repair and do more than dealing with nicotine and marijuana symptoms.


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