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Timeline for detoxing? by Sidney Sebbleford - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:43:20 EST ID:eBL9wkqm No.28731 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi,

I took a break from smoking pot for about 3 months in the summer, then started up in Aug. I would smoke every night (a pinner, so it wasn't even a lot). I'm 20 pounds overweight. I still smoked pinners but I haven't smoked in 2 days.

Would it be out of my system within 2 weeks based on this information?
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Jenny Dindlechedging - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 18:42:33 EST ID:0e27MsQM No.28735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Probably not. 3 weeks min, more likely 4, but cutting out fatty food and exercising will help clear it faster
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Eugene Gommlefetch - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 16:29:02 EST ID:4zHjCjCT No.28744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28735
While increasing metabolism would theoretically clear the weed from your system faster, when bodyfat is oxidized for energy (as in, losing weight due to decreased caloric intake) the cannabinoids stored in your bodyfat WILL be released into your bloodstream and can cause you to test positive, even if it's been months of abstinence. There's no chance you'll piss clean in just 2 weeks unless you void your bladder a few times before pissing for the test. Your tolerance, however, will be much lower than before and you'll get high AF off that same pinner you probably didn't feel that much.


dtox by Shit Blenningsan - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 16:27:06 EST ID:eu0vN5cZ No.28730 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an important drug test (dipstick piss test) at the end of January (23rd or 24th). I've been completely clean for the past 2 months. Before that I was a daily weed user for years. I'm visiting some friends this weekend and I want to smoke weed with them. Knowing them it will probably be an all-out consumption fest, smoking nug, dabs, and taking edibles every waking moment for 3 days straight. Can I afford to partake with them and still beat the test with about 7 weeks of detox? I'm 26 y/o 5'11" 165 lbs. I'm in great shape and I run an average of 50 km per week.
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Alice Buzzgold - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 16:31:43 EST ID:CR/3V/zR No.28734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you just need 3 weeks - 1 month max of detox, what the hell are you talking about?
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Graham Drummerlat - Fri, 09 Dec 2016 15:38:54 EST ID:eu0vN5cZ No.28738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28734

just wanted to be sure. I havent taken a piss test since before I starting smoking weed so I'm new to these things.
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Eugene Gommlefetch - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 16:25:24 EST ID:4zHjCjCT No.28743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do this: Fill and empty your bladder a few times and take a B-Vitamin complex before you piss for the test.

Even with 7 weeks of abstinence there is a chance that you'd screen positive if a) they test your first piss of the morning, which will have the highest-possible metabolite concentrations b) you piss for the test after metabolizing bodyfat for energy (thus releasing stored cannabinoids) which will also spike the metabolite concentrations.


THC Break by Nathaniel Sosslefeg - Tue, 08 Nov 2016 15:39:09 EST ID:/3FwFCQ5 No.28667 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey I am gonna stop smoking weed this winter. I have been smoking consistently for the past 3 years. I am going to graduate college in a year and I figure I will stop smoking for a while to clear my head. I was just looking for some tips to help stop for a while.
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Sophie Drenkinman - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 08:32:00 EST ID:/3FwFCQ5 No.28717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28687
Been down that road. That sweet benzo road haha. That's an addiction that sneaks up quick.
>>28707
we are in the same exact boat friend. Good luck to you.

>>28706
I have always wanted to try matcha. This will be a good reason thanks.

Just an update I just recently got all my scrapings and hit it. I felt kinda bad relapsing. But I was offered some weed and I said no. It helps that I am finically crippled atm.
I really appreciate you guys. I am gonna keep moving forward.
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Simon Fopperfetch - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 23:24:03 EST ID:XOpgJVCR No.28718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28717
Over 6 weeks without THC. Also a year away from getting my bachelors. Dreading winter break and how much time Ill have - gonna read a bunch and spend time with friends, at least I hope. Less worried about avoiding THC, more worried about what Ill replace it with. We all have setbacks but keep on keeping on. If I can do it you can too, I spent the last 4 years of my life not taking a break longer than 2 weeks. Be strong, jerk off, do other drugs in moderation, focus on the clearheadedness of not being high and what it allows you to do.
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Hedda Brivingfack - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 21:01:20 EST ID:lcVZhURA No.28719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've struggled terribly at quitting weed. As a 1-2oz a month smoker for 2 years, and upto 14g a month for the 4 years before that... it's been a very hit and miss process. I didn't smoke for the month of September and then caved in due to life stress.

Currently re-quitting, except now I made the rule that I can smoke with friends. To many of you that may seem like a cheat, but for me, I am not a social smoker. I do not actually smoke much weed with other people - I must have smoked thousands of dollars of weed alone every year.

Here's my advice

Either stay active or just go to bed for the first week. Both are good tbh. I just cleared 4 consecutive days of a detox for nicotine and weed by lying in bed and having a lot of baths. It was nice. I don't feel the need to go all extreme activity, just make sure you commit to the goal of not smoking and do what you have to do to survive.

A good diet "helps", exercise "helps", *list of usual things* "helps". But the most important thing is to be able to look daily life in the eye, without thinking you'd be better off high. That's always going to be how you fold in the end. It becomes a constant fight, rather than a walk on a cold day that gets progressively warmer as your perspective evolves into "coping" without weed.

At every stage of the way, there can be problems. From day 1 to day 100. Temptation has many masks and comes along in many forms. You will miss it in good times, bad times, sad times, stressful times, sexy times, lonely times, boring times.

You gotta find new ways to pass the time. Variety is key. Physical, mental, personally fulfilling activities and entertainment. Do you.
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Martha Lightstock - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 23:02:49 EST ID:63/B5oIR No.28722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28717
had somewhat related dream last night. All I remember is that I got extremely high, like a first time high. It actually felt very real too. Too lucid lol. But at the same time I felt a lost of shame because I knew that I was on a break. I think I cried after that too lol. And oh man was I relieved when I woke up and realized that it was just a dream.
But yeah, relapsing happens. On my last break I took I caved in after my ""friends"" pressured me by literally saying that 'dude your tolerance should be good after like 2 weeks just smoke up with us bro'. felt guilty afterwards but i've learned since then and my will is stronger.
I'm on day 10, kinda broke just like you so I can't even buy weed, which in retrospect is good. Head still cloudy (especially at night, idk why) and I barely feel any different but I know it's still too early. Been smoking daily for way too long, I really miss being clear headed.

>>28718
well you are out of the difficult phase but yeah the cravings will be difficult to manage, especially on boring days. I always ALWAYS relapsed on days which were just "perfect" for a smoke, you know, when the weather is nice, nothing to worry about, your alone and fucking bored. These days are the real struggle.

>>28719
>Temptation has many masks and comes along in many forms. You will miss it in good times, bad times, sad times, stressful times, sexy times, lonely times, boring times.
yup. that's the real battle.

Keep going bros, we'll make it together.
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Phoebe Pidgecocke - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 11:45:05 EST ID:/3FwFCQ5 No.28733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28718
Thanks for the advice
I am fearful of replacing my smoking with alcohol. So far I have drank the same amount i usually do ( about 5 days a week). But i notice when i get tipsy i really wanna get high; So I need to cut back. I have been feeling better and clearheaded. It's only been a week since I relapsed. I have made a lot of progress on my music. I really appreciate all the advice you guys give. I really want t o start meditating. Anyone got some tips or books i can read?


I need some help by Polly Fembletit - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 13:42:31 EST ID:IHxB/NEF No.28660 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm sober since 9/21 and I'm just too bad and deppressive now, idk if I need to take medications...
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Reuben Summerbark - Mon, 07 Nov 2016 11:20:06 EST ID:O2oCWrRB No.28662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28660
Did you try regular exercise and/or regular meditation? If those have failed, yeah, consider seeing a professional. If you haven't tried those (REGULARLY, not just trying 3-4 timest hen giving up), then you still have options. Try and eat balanced meals, nutrition,s important...

What were you on though, and for how long? This should give an idea of how long until you start to feel ''normal'' again.
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Broken soul - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 19:33:30 EST ID:U4fPFI1J No.28728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28660
I believe in you brother. I was a piece of shit when I was an addict, I stole from people around me and didn't care about who I hurt in the process. I look back at my worst relapse and wonder how the fuck I ever got over the withdrawls from a month of insane benzo abuse. I was close to wasting away and honestly considered suicide. The thing that saved my ass was opening up to my family about my problem and they did what they could to support me. I'm not saying you need to walk up to your father or mother and be like "hey fam, guess what? I'm an addict" but if you open up to people close to you they will rally around you. And if they don't; they aren't real friends. I wouldn't suggest seeking professional help if you are just planning on getting some medication to feel better. If you want that then just continue abusing drugs because in either situation you aren't finding happiness from within


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