Cannabis, also know as marijuana, stays in the body for a long time. Even though you might no longer feel stoned or under its influence, weed leaves toxins stored in the body’s fat. This can make giving it up particularly difficult. Quitting weed: The complete guide acknowledges this point and encourages individuals to incorporate a detox process into their decision to quit. Developed by a long-term former weed smoker and dealer, the ebook series addresses a wide range of common side effects of giving up weed and helps individuals change their thinking patterns in relation to the drug. It is complemented by suggested meal plans, and comes with a bonus audio program to help make the adjustment to a weed-free life.
Best for: People who have unsuccessfully made past attempts to quit weed by themselves.
Less suited to: People whose use has triggered a mental health condition such as schizophrenia.
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