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Abstinence from Heavy Marijuana Use Can Cause Stomach Upset

By August 31, 2020January 8th, 202266 Comments
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One of the most common marijuana withdrawal symptoms is GI upset. This can manifest as nausea, loss of appetite, or food aversion, where the thought of food seems unpalatable.

Eating is one of the many joys that makes us human, and enhancement of the subjective experience of eating may have been one of the primary pleasures you derived from using marijuana.

Feeling unable to eat, turned off by the plate before you, or physically uncomfortable during acute marijuana withdrawal can be incredibly vexing and disappointing.

The good news is that, even though GI upset is the commonest physical symptom of marijuana withdrawal, it tends to be of quicker onset, quick peak intensity, and shorter duration than other marijuana withdrawal symptoms.

GI upset is the most common physical symptom of marijuana withdrawal, affecting over 50% of users attempting to abstain, and can manifest itself in a multitude of ways.

It might be nausea, food aversion, or loss of appetite. Others may have upset stomach, or stomach pains. Less frequently, people may suffer from transient episodes of vomiting or diarrhea, and fortunately, these symptoms occur in less than 10% of users.

While up to 29% of people will experience an acute decrease in appetite, both mild weight gain and weight loss are seen, and are the direct result of changes in amount of food intake (Levin, Drug Alcohol Depend, 2010).

Though it may be difficult, the best way to get through this phase is to try and adhere to a normal meal schedule, and not by absence of hunger signals coming from your brain. If you don’t feel hungry, try to eat smaller portions, or otherwise consume healthy snacks throughout the day.

Your body needs food in order to recover and function—even if your brain isn’t passing along the message appropriately. Make sure you give your body the fuel it needs to tackle these hurdles, and rest assured that your appetite will eventually return.

Leah Zuroff, M.D., M.S.

Contributing Author

Dr. Zuroff completed medical school at the Perelman School of Medicine, where she concurrently received a Master of Science in Translational Research.

Would you mind answering a few questions (anonymously)?

Currently, little data exists on stomach / GI upset and marijuana use. Weedless.org is collaborating with researchers to explore this topic and others. We have created a short, anonymous survey which we will use to focus our future research efforts.

Your participation is appreciated and completely anonymous. You may skip any questions that make you feel uncomfortable and you are free to withdraw at any time.

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66 Comments

  • Michael Burgess says:

    Wondering if my abdominal bloating is related to stopping cannabis

    • Brandon J Smith says:

      Yes I am having lots of discomfort after quitting..
      I used for over 20+ years and have stopped for roughly 54 days now.. my stomach has never been the same..

      • Nathan Pilcher says:

        Don’t sweat, 54 days clean is still early stages. The first time I quit it took around 6 months for all the withdrawal symptoms to pass fully. Keep holding on!

      • rick says:

        I’ve been a heavy toker for 45 years. Thought I’d try to quit- now I can’t sleep or eat and I have stomach pain. I think the weed is too strong now.

    • Mia says:

      I am 33 year old female been smoking marajuana for 17 years (joints) every day. I quit last month and I have been bloated for the whole time. I didnt realize it could be from the THC withdrawal – I talked to doctors, had blood work done thinking it was hormonal, but all my tests came back normal. I should also add that I have been plant based for 3 years now and eat very clean and little to no sugar or processed foods. I also quit drinking alcohol when I quit weed. But the bloating has been very uncomfortable. I think the THC receptors in my stomach and digestive system are confused after becoming adapted regularly to my marajuana intake. It is very interesting that there is little to no information online about the bloating specifically. Virtually none. But I am convinced that this is where the bloating is coming from. I will wait it out, still only been a month clean and I am looking forward to normalization!

      • H says:

        Heyyy I hear you. This is so frustrating. May I ask how you are feeling with the bloating a month after?
        I haven’t stopped using, it’s too hard, just spacing it out, but I have been having these symptoms (extreme bloating) after not smoking for a few hours, so basically every night, around 3, 4 am, I am awoken with discomfort and can’t go back to sleep. This has been going on for 2 years. Of course, I will need to eventually stop using.

      • Tom says:

        Hi Mia,
        I couldn’t agree more. I’m currently on my third attempt at quitting and every single time I’ve experienced serious bloating, passing of gas and a general sense of an upset stomach. I’m often constipated and don’t release my bowels as much as I did when I smoked. My diet has not changed, I ate healthy whilst smoking and continue with the same diet also now.

        I was wondering if, having passed another month since your previous post, you have noticed any settlement with your stomach?

        Thanks

        Tom

  • Ophelia Wells says:

    How long does it take to withdraw

    • Nathan Pilcher says:

      Depends on use, how often, what grade the weed was etc. It also depends on your own body. Anywhere between 1-6 months have been my experiences

      • Sol says:

        is there a way we could talk? discord? social media? i need help and counseling from someone that has been through what i’m going through, no one i know online/irl have been through this..

        • Patricio says:

          Best word of advice, Keep busy and make your self tired. Sounds stupid but it seemed to be the only thing to help me. Headache wise, ibuprofen but even that doesn’t help to headache to much. Just got to go through it. And stay away from people, you gonna be irritable.

  • Anonymous says:

    I hope this ends soon. Today was day 4 without cannabis. Headaches and diarrhea are still occurring

  • Anonymous says:

    Diarrhea and stomach rumbles are the worst im at day 4 no marijuana and I can’t wait to stop feeling nauseous

  • Anonymous says:

    Was easier this time than my first time

  • David says:

    I drank the kool-aid and believed for many years that cannibas is harmless. This drug is a wolf in sheeps clothing. After 50 years of continous use, I’ve seen the light.
    Never again.

  • Anonymous says:

    I was a regular everyday smoker for 6 years, I have now stopped and it’s been a week. Defiantly feeling much better than the beginning my stomach was the worst thing bothering me A LOT and I couldn’t eat anything except salitines. I will say after going through this I will never do it again because it was absolutely awful !

  • Adam says:

    I have been an off and on smoker for 30 years. I have stopped smoking pot in that time with the longest run of 10 years. I am a 43 year old male. I stopped again 4 days ago. It hard for me to get outta bed and go to work. I feel heavy and depressed. I’m so tired all the time and I have stomach pains and no appetite. I feel emotionally and physically drained. I smoke approx 3+ oz a month not including 1g infused joint “firecracker” mainly sativa and hybrids at the end of my work day every day. I hope this subsides soon.

    • Adam says:

      Update: Day 10. Still have loud bubbly stomach & guts. Not in as much pain and I am not as depressed. I went 5 full days with no eating or drinking. On day 6 after loosing 10 lbs I started forcing myself to drink some oat milk which started working on bring my appetite back. I had a slight headache on day 3 – 5 most likely due to dehydrations. Day 7 I could finally eat and not feel nausea. I mainly stuck with oat milk, water and rice with a little soy sauce. I figured it may help me retain water. As many time as I have stopped smoking, this was the first time I had these symptoms. I also never smoked as much as I did prior. I am feeling much better and still on the mend. I hope anyone who is having issues just practice self love and patients. This is never an easy thing to do cold turkey with no support. Be strong and find some compassionate friends that you can talk to without judgement. Also look into the reason why you are using a mind altering drug. You may find an underlining issue as to why you are using. For me I was using it as an antidepressant and not paying attention to the why or side effects. Good luck on your journeys my friends and I will update soon.

      • Barry says:

        I am the exact same way, not to sure if you have but look up CHS “cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome” so much to read on it, I was in the emergency room last year hooked up to fluids cause i could not physically eat without puking or gagging and same with water, my organs were starting to shut down but my quick thinking i headed to the hospital at 6am, ever since then i’ve always kept getting episodes and as i’m typing right now my stomach hurts and I feel nauseous butttt it’s like at the point where i’ve had this almost every day since so i’m very used to the pains and discomfort, I did quit for abit and felt amazing but my brain was always so bored and i got hooked back into it.

      • Adam says:

        I am feeling much better now. Still have bubbly stomach. I’m doing more self care than I ever have. I am also finding out I have other addictions as well that I have been dealing with. Quiting smoking weed has helped these problems surface. Luckily I am a vary mindful person and I have a compassionate partner that has helped me get through the steps needed in a positive healthy way. I still feel like smoking every day which sucks. It also does not help working next door to a grow warehouse. I’m almost 7 weeks from smoking and so glad I stopped. Also I am saving a minimum of $400 a month now so it is nice to have extra cash in my pocket.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hey Adam, I was wondering how you came up with the thought that you were using weed as an antidepressant and how you fixed it.

        • Adam says:

          It’s been awhile since my last post. It’s been insanely busy as I have started a business while working a 40+ an hour job. As for the question on how I can up with the thought that I was using it as an antidepressant. It didn’t come to me easy. It took a lot of mindfulness and compassion for myself. I had to dig really deep and go through some painful things I had been repressing. Long story short, when I smoked I felt better. It made me not care about my thoughts and distracted me from things that I got bullied for when I was a kid. The things that make people run the other way because it easier to ignore it or deny it. Vulnerability, shame, fear, depression, anxiety and many others. People are so disconnected from themselves and others. I am so much better now and have no issues anymore. I have no craving and my life is getting better because I make the effort to be better and do better. That’s the really hard part. Being consistent for yourself and do what you say and follow through. I hope you all are getting better. My heart goes out to you all.

  • Anonymous says:

    Jesus Christ been using Cannabis every day for five years now. The two days I tried quitting was the worst days of my life. I easily get angry .I can’t sleep and my tommy hurts as fuck. I don’t think I can quite. The withdrawal symptoms are just so annoying

  • Anonymous says:

    Heavy smoker for 4 years of very potent strains. Been a month since I quit and my stomach is still a mess

  • Is it recommended to ween of of it slowly? I’ve been smoking roughly 8 grams of wax every week for almost 4 years. I quit for 2 days and I feel like my body almost shut down on me

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, weaning off slowly can reduce withdrawal symptoms, but it’s hard because you are still using and can slip right back in to habitual use if you aren’t being pretty meticulous about the weaning process. I sometimes use tinctures to wean off because I just love the whole ritual of smoking too much

  • Anonymous says:

    I’ve been smoking weed for the past 7 years. I went strong for the first 4 years, but began using on and off due to Rehabs and substance abuse programs for my addiction to fentanyl and Xanax. Started smoking weed again daily a little while ago, and now I found out I’m pregnant. I let the doctor know I had been smoking before I found out, and she said it was fine as long as I stop now. Withdrawals are killing me. I am vomiting as soon as I wake up and all throughout the day. On top of morning sickness, this shit is kicking my fucking ass. I feel nauseous 24/7, food looks and sounds disgusting to me; but I have to eat. I’ve been trying to consume small meals and snacks throughout the day. I am going diarrhea over 10 times a day. The insomnia and cold/hot sweats are back. Headaches. Irritability and moodiness. I have never been able to quit marijuana on my own, except when I replaced it with hard drugs. Or went into treatment and was given all sorts of anti-nausea medication, sleeping pills, Suboxone, and Ativan to ease the pain. But that is not an option now. I knew this day would come, and God am I regretting choosing to smoke again. Getting off suboxone was hard enough and now this bullshit? Hahah I can’t wait till the day I feel normal again. I had 5 months sober before this and felt fucking great. Then I get out of sober living and find myself faded ALL day EVERY day since. This is for the better though, I can’t keep living like this. I just don’t want to end up in the hospital because my baby isn’t getting the nutrients it needs. Fuck man

  • Anonymous says:

    Reading on the shitter…

  • Natalia says:

    I need help with my stomach it’s killing

  • James Holland says:

    I’ve had all the same shit don’t cold turkey unless u can’t handle it I tried and worked the first time but not so easy now so slowly wing yourself off it so if u smoke 4 blunts a day cut to 2 for a week then next 1 a day then half a blunt once ur on week 3 and week 4 cut it wasn’t nearly as bad cold turkey

  • Nate says:

    On day 13 and my stomach still hurts. Eating sugary stuff makes me feel so nauseous but I’m fine eating salty things. Luckily the headaches and insomnia stopped. I just want my stomach to go back to normal. I would’ve been one month clean but I couldn’t handle the withdrawals the first time around and I think smoking two weeks ago just intensified it. Let’s see if I’ll feel normal after a month. :/

  • Miles says:

    I’m 36 days clean, my digestion is crazy, I’m using magnesium to help me sleep and am dreaming nightly again, and sleeping almost all the way through the night. I’m 50 and was a smoker since I was 22 with a few breaks in those years, once for over a year and some months. I know quitting was going to be hard, but I didn’t realize HOW difficult it would be because I didn’t realize HOW strong they make the stuff today, nor did I really understand how MUCH I was using in the end. I am so glad I’m out of it now, but after a doctor visit it turns out my potassium level was at heart failure high yesterday. It was actually a relief to hear that because at least there was a REASON for all of my stomach pain and diarrhea, now I can adjust my lifestyle to get myself back to a balanced version of myself. Grateful to have found this thread, the hypertension in withdrawal is such a rollercoaster and it helped me feel like I wasn’t alone or off the track completely. I hope this helps someone else out there who’s struggling to make sense of quitting too.

    • Trevor says:

      I have the same potassium problems at the moment and I’m not sure if it because of weed or a different issue and that is what is making me scared. So just a quick question is your potassium being high because of the fact that you smoked weed and you quit. I just quit 2 weeks ago and honestly that is the part atm I’m most scared about I just am hoping it is the fact that I quit and not any underlying health issues.

  • Robert Jones says:

    I’m a 67 year old and I’ve been a heavy user for 35 years and smoked every day. I’m now on day 12 and am experiencing every symptom you have all described. The worst part is my stomach pain, I even had this whilst smoking (I did not think that this was caused by my addiction). The pain was intense but has now started to lessen, with what I’ve read I’m expecting the pain to continue for about 90 days with a bit of luck. I find it hard to cope with every day life at the moment I feel what’s the point.

  • Anonymous says:

    Im struggling as well. 30 female using vapes alllll the time.. 1g carts gone in 2-3 days. Needed to take charge and get control of my life back and now I feel like I don’t have control again. Constantly anxious, sweaty, nervous, diarrhea, waking up 3am can’t fall back asleep. I just cannot wait for this to be over.

    • F. says:

      We can do it ! I am 30 female as well and it is my fourth day without smoking .. stomach pain , diarrhea, sleep disorders and weird nightmares . But I am very motivated to explore my brain and body again from the start ! Something that you could try , that I do everyday, is yoga and meditation! Breathing exercises release the stress and make you feel somehow high🙃
      I am sure we can all find healthy alternatives !

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m 29 and I have smoked everyday for more than 7 year (between 0,5 and 1 gram per day)..
    First five days were really bad, I had no appetite, feeling nauseous, diarrhea, insomnia and some mild panick attack…
    After the first week I manage to eat normally..
    Now I’m on day 18.. I feel better for sure, but stomach is still very upset and sometimes I still feel anxious.. I started to think that I could be sick and to have some serious stomach problems (when I think about this anxiety increase a lot).. now reading that this is not uncommon gave me some reliefs.

    Do you think I can hope to solve this problem in the next week? I really feel like I’m dying sometimes (but I know that is anxiety speaking.. before reading this I was seriusly thinking to book colonoscopy and gastroscopy).

    Thanks in advance to everybody!

  • Stiv says:

    I’m 29 and I have smoked everyday for more than 7 year (between 0,5 and 1 gram per day)..
    First five days were really bad, I had no appetite, feeling nauseous, diarrhea, insomnia and some mild panick attack…
    After the first week I manage to eat normally..
    Now I’m on day 18.. I feel better for sure, but stomach is still very upset and sometimes I still feel anxious.. I started to think that I could be sick and to have some serious stomach problems (when I think about this anxiety increase a lot).. now reading that this is not uncommon gave me some reliefs.

    Do you think I can hope to solve this problem in the next week? I really feel like I’m dying sometimes (but I know that is anxiety speaking.. before reading this I was seriusly thinking to book colonoscopy and gastroscopy).

    Thanks in advance to everybody!

  • darren says:

    i am 54 and smoked for 38 years and only giving up for a few weeks 4 times i smoked heavy to and always top grade stuff and am experiencing stomach upset but your diet upon cessation of weed is very important ,try a white diet which means fish,chicken ,turkey lol ,rice,potato ,pasta and have some form of prebiotic and probiotics i found kefir very good also added some chia seeds just a teaspoon per day or add some flax seed ,for it was constipation that was upsetting me so stay away from any red meat as thar seemed the worst also eat plenty oats or other cerial grains ,anyhow 3 weeks in to giving up i feel much sharper in mind and my copd feels so much better i am now starting cardio vascular training to and playing ball with the kids and if i can do it after 38 years i am sure you can after 7 but you must eat well and be conscious of what you are putting into your body ,also drink plenty water its a good way to flush toxins from the body ,it may take some time but you will get there but you must be strong of mind ,dont let it beat you as i wish i gave up years ago but i guess you have to be ready to really want to ,i did it for my 10 year old son as i want him to have a father around for years to come…good luck stay strong and dont let it conquer you

    • Stiv says:

      Thank you very much for the answer! I am changing my diet and my routine, I still dont feel like myself but getting better everyday..
      I think that I have to cope now with (psychological) reasons that make me smoke daily.. I know it wont be easy but now at least I have hope 🙂

      Your son will be for sure proud of you because quitting is not easy and the fact that you want to improve yourself means that your mind is strong!
      The fact that you want to quit for your son means that your heart is big 😉

  • Eric says:

    Am 36, been smoking for 12 years, tried to quit two years ago and relapsed because the symptoms were too severe (stomach pains & diarrhea, cold sweats, headaches etc). Over & above I was also an alcoholic. I quit both cold turkey and this is my fourth day, symptoms are not as severe as the first time apart from the anxiety & depression which is breaking me apart. My stomach is a mess, nausea & diarrhea was very high on first 2 days but is not so much now on day 4. Am glad I found this forum and really feeling encouraged to push through this time round.

  • Tootie says:

    Hi all, I’ve found taking L-Glutamine to be helpful with the stomach issues. I hope this information is help in your journey.

  • Samson says:

    Hey guys, it’s such a relief to read all of these comments. I’m currently one week off, still experiencing morning nausea and loss of appetite. I’m 24years male started smoking when I was 19, on and off and then on for 2years every day. Had a year break then smoked again for only a month heavily recently. Symptoms were not as bad as coming off of years of smoking but still horrible considering. I genuinely would love to write a book on these truths that we are speaking of. In terms of social media and weed advertising, there is hardly any mention of what happens when you stop smoking. New users don’t know what they’re getting into. The mainstream boasting that it’s the cure for all ailments when in actuality it causes them. CBD though on the other hand is quite amazing, especially for Parkinson’s etc. But thc wreaks more havoc than good, both neurologically and physiologically. It’s time we start spreading what’s really going on so people can see through all this weed propaganda and social pressure to be “chill” and “cool man”. We can pave the way to practicing healthier and sustainable methods that replace marijuana use, like meditation, forms of exercise, nature induced relaxation, and herbal supplements like teas (mint, chamomile) and Ayurvedic herbs like ashwaganda and holy basil said to help with anxiety. I feel it’s still everyone’s choice whether to explore weed or not but everyone should at least know what they’re getting into.

    Much love to all of you, your symptoms will pass and you’ll see it’ll all be worth it. I highly recommend nausea tablets (can purchase from pharmacy) for nausea/vomiting, completely takes those away. Teas, peppermint, ginger to help with prolonged nausea and hot baths and showers help ease anxiety and other symptoms. (Can also use these in oil form and rub on tummy, soothes stomach cramps and nausea)

    Lavender/chamomile teas/oils can help aid sleep/relaxation. Ice blocks, jelly, crackers are my suggestions as foods for the first few days if your having problems eating. I couldn’t eat anything for the first 3 days, don’t worry your body will recover.

    All the best to all of you, your doing the right thing.

  • Sol says:

    Hey guys, names Sol, 26 year old. This isn’t the first time I try quitting weed. I’ve been a heavy smoker since 2020, basically when the pandemic started. What amazed me was, after so little time of consumption, everytime I’d “quit” temporarily, I would already get sick, and by sick, I just don’t mean stomach ache, I mean back to back vomitting, retching, gagging over any movement, insomnia, cold sweats, moodswings, not being able to pee because the diarrea is so extreme (i’m sorry, I just want to portray every single symptom) even depressed because I feel like since I can’t eat (NO APPETITE AT ALL), I can’t recover myself. Currently I quit weed last Thursday, and Friday afternoon already symptoms started. Ever since then, I’ve been a mess. Sunday afternoon I decided to go get me hooked up at the ER so I could receive liquids and antinausea/diarrea medication, it has been working perfectly. Appetite only hits when I think about mcdonalds cheeseburgers (don’t ask me why, but this has been the only meal I’ve ever been able to cope with whilst withdrawling. I definitely believe I have the Weed Hyperemesis Syndrome.

    I’ve noticted that for the past 2 months, I’ve been consuming multiple times daily because I was depressed (trying to get out of it but it’s very hard with the withdrawling). So if anyone wants to hang out over Discord, talk about this, I would really appreciate it.

  • Brooke says:

    Hey guys!

    I am a 24yr old female. I have smoked marijuana heavily (~5g/day) for 6 years now. I have gone to the ER 7 times over the past 4 years with cyclical vomiting. Every time i went, the doctors said i had CHS (Cannabanoid Hyperemisis Syndrome) & told me i should stop smoking marijuana. It was of course very hard to hear because of the length of time i had been smoking it. I always told myself when i left the ER, i was going to quit. It would last for 2-3 days depending on how nauseous i was. I would start smoking again because i THOUGHT it helped with my severe anxiety/depression. I recently visited a psychiatrist & he diagnosed me with the severe anxiety/depression. He said the weed probably made it worse. After hearing so many doctors & then a psychiatrist tell me that all my problems are steming from smoking marijuana, i realized okay maybe i need to really try to quit. I knew the only way for me to do it was cold turkey. The last 2 days before I stopped, i was only hitting a bowl rarely. After those 2 days, i quit completely. It has been 5 days now since i have quit. I have horrible anxiety/depression, my stomach issues are constant, i cannot sleep at night, i sweat all night long, my mind is all over the place. Nothing seems to help. I’ve only been able to eat white rice, saltines, pretzels & i even got down a plain turkey sandwich. After reading all these stories & comments, it relieves me to know that as time goes on, the symptoms will get better. All i have to say to you guys is KEEP PUSHING!!!! We can do it to become a healthier & happier us! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    • Cay says:

      I am 19 and I have been a daily weed smoker for the past 2 years. Before I used to just wait until the end of the day to light up but after my most recent ‘break’ from weed (I say ‘break’ cuz it only lasted 3 days and was 8 months ago) my routine became me waking up to go instantly smoke and then eat and then wait until after work to light up a bunch with my friends. I noticed that I began to have slight nausea and stomach pains in the morning but they weren’t bad and would always go away after I smoked. However one night my buddy decided that he wanted to smoke a lot. We ended up smoking like 4 bowls in 30 minutes which may not seem to bad but it was all out of a dirty bowl that he had for months and not cleaned. The next morning I woke up with the worst nausea I’ve ever experienced. I tried to smoke and it didn’t make me feel any better. The next day I still felt awful and when I went to light up took one hit and threw up everywhere. The next day I threw up multiple times in the morning but waited until the end of the day to smoke. The next day I didn’t smoke weed at all. Threw up multiple times, but just in the morning, and had trouble eating food. The next day I woke up feeling nauseous but didn’t throw up and was able to eat at around noon. I ended up smoking later that night and today (when I am writing this) I woke up with nausea but didn’t throw up. I was planning on just not smoking for a week or two but after smoking last night and waking up and not feeling any worse I don’t know if I can or should smoke at all. I don’t know whether this is CHS and I should stop smoking completely or if I just got weed sick cuz of the dirty bowl. I realize now that I need to take better care of myself when smoking but quitting smoking just sounds like something impossible that I would never do (partly because I may be addicted and partly because I like it too damn much). Anyway I spouted a bunch of information, just what’s been on my mind, if anyone reads this and has similar experiences feel free to share what helped, even if it means I may have to quit for a while (although I don’t think I’ll ever quit weed for good just need to get to a point where I use it healthily).

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  • Mimi says:

    I use a 5thc gummy at bedtime. I weighed the gummy and cut about 10 percent off about 10 days ago. After 2 days I have been unable to sleep or eat. Stomach issues are pain, nausea, no appetite at all and therefore weight loss that I cannot afford. Any ideas on how long this will all last?

  • No name says:

    I quit 2 days ago after smoking a joint or two a day for the past 6 years approx. I quit to help my friend who has to clear out her piss before she can get her drivers license back. I’m doing this to support her and also because I still have the old programming that “weed is bad” and so have some guilt around it’s use.

    Here’s the thing tho…what happens if we don’t quit? I don’t have kids and don’t plan on it. My life is pretty chill being a musician and just having a dog. I could easily smoke for the rest of my life and if it kills me early so fuckin what?

    My stomach is going crazy the past 2 days and I’m going to go thru with this for 6 weeks like my friend and I said we would but after that I’m gonna start smoking again and never quit. Why quit? My life was just fine with weed in it. Much more enjoyable actually. I love the act of going for a smoke and just being quite with the world for a few minutes. It’s a meditation for me.

    I don’t really know why we all think we have to quit….is it a money issue? That’s fair I guess. Family issues maybe? Idk.

    The fact is there is nothing anyone HAS to achieve in life so why not enjoy by doing what you wanna do? And then die and it’s all over so really it makes no difference if you smoke or don’t.

    • Anonymous says:

      Apparently you still partake and dont believe in the harm that is actually taking place. But hey, everyone is not the same.

  • Anonymous says:

    I am 19, and stopped smoking about 2 weeks ago. Before this, I smoked every night for about 2 years straight. I have noticed a significant difference in my productivity levels, they are much better now. But I have been having some weird stomach issues, mostly constipation! I read through every single comment and no one else mentioned constipation. My stomach has also been growling quite a bit and I just have been feeling yucky. My best guess is the change in my diet due to not being so hungry. I haven’t been eating as much junk food, or snacking nearly as much. I can’t think of any other explanation to this issue than my lack of marijuana use! Hope this was helpful.

  • Yoda Jnr says:

    I’m on day 5 and I have a bit of the runny poo…. But not too bad… I have noticed my skin drying up a bit more and just feeling dull and a bit down… I suffered depression years ago and used weed to help me sleep… It looks like my old friend insomnia is now back… Weed was the only thing that helped me sleep… I’m keeping up with exercise and also recommend yoga and tai chi.. And meditation… Send happy thoughts to my tummy… Its now 4am and I can’t sleep but reading all the comments above have helped me tonight so thank you all I am grateful to you all and hang in there… Our minds are amazing stay calm and focused and remember your mind is not in your body.. Your body is in your mind…. Think Yoda told that when I was stoned once upon a time lol. Peace x

  • Adrian says:

    Are any women out there experiencing cramps affiliated with withdrawal that feel like menstrual cramps or a UTI? Ugh. 🙅🏼‍♀️

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