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  1. Hey Tristan , I’ve been smoking every day for 3 years now and it’s really destroyed my rationality and logic on things.
    I’ve attempted to quit many times but I always relapse.

    This time, I’m trying again however I want to be completely emotionally and physically committed to this as I know it’s what I need to do.
    Tristan, thank you sooo much for your support and information you provide for us as a minority

  2. This is day thirty of no weed for me. After smoking more or less daily and with varying degrees of heavy to light use for 19 years. The first 14 days were very hard with a variety of symptoms that got steadily worse, peaking around day 7 and gradually easing off. Dealt pretty good from day 14 onwards. Everyone is different though. The worst withdrawal issues for me were insomnia, night sweats and vivid dreams as well as crippling anxiety and horrific swings to rage.

    If you smoke more than a gram a day you’ll need to get that down to below a gram and not daily before you quit, unless you can take the pain. After that you can just go cold turkey. Get some nytol or drowsy Benadryl for the insomnia. It really helped me. I have to work, and I can’t do that with no sleep. Good luck, you can do it! I did, though I never thought I would.

  3. Most of don't aren't aware that anyone can quit weed within a week or so – with no cravings – without having to expose yourself to anyone. There are many ways to go about it, but maybe try googling Nemery Thentel's website if you're looking for a quick detox program you can follow in the privacy of your home.

  4. I've been smoking for over ten years off and on. Yeah it put you in the I don't give a F attitude, and can put you in the dumps. But lets look at why, when you smoke pot every day all day, which I do when I do smoke, 3 yr stretch this time. Pot when smoked in general, puts you in a fog and makes you lazy, and "chill", rather its everyday or not. Its called being high, right. But how people say its addicting, you are only half right. Alcohol, methamphetamines, cigarettes, and the lovely pills being shoved down our throat. when addicted to these substances, causes physical withdrawal. Cold sweats, shaking, and things of that nature. Pot is only mental, mental addictions can be just a destructive, but its super easy to quite for me atleast, giving my perspective nothing else. Like I said over ten yr vet in pot smoking, and I have quite for long periods of time, usually no less than a yr. And I quite for the reason of it holding me back, when I need to change my life, and can't deal with the depression that has crept in through the fog. So this addiction claim I don't believe, now you may say that I'm addict cause I keep coming back, but who made it the rule of life the only way to enjoy and prosper in life is to be sobber. I keep coming back cause I like marijuana, and getting high. Its very therapeutic. it may make your mind race and what not, but what things does it make you think about? Things like I should be doing better things and be more successful and blah blah blah… Atleast in my case when I smoke I critically evaluate my life, which in turn does cause me chronic depression. Cause when I'm high its all I think about, which is all the time, but with that being said. I use that effect it has on me, to look at my life from outside myself, and I try to come up with why I'm in the spot I am, and how can I change it, and 90% of the time quiting pot is first on the list. But pot is only about ten percent of the problem, the real problem lies with in. So in summary pot is my flashlight in the darkness of my mind. It allows me to see things inside myself I don't think i would see, if I wasn't high. Than again maybe I'm just trying to justify my addiction. Could be, but ill tell you one thing I will probably smoke off and on for the rest of my life.

  5. I'm gonna sit here and watch this entire video. I'm 2 days sober and broke, half of me is imagining getting weed on payday and the other half is mad at myself for such a proposal..

    Subbed. Thanks for this content, you're going against the grain by suggesting weed's image isn't what it's cracked up to be.

    Weed should be legal, but the public image of it needs to change.

  6. Here's a suggestion, Seb: You should be more accessible to questions. I asked you a question several times and it was never answered. That makes no business sense…and maybe if I sound upset to put it nicely, you should be forgiving (although you've never replied to me), because I'm an addict.

  7. I stopped smoking both weed and tobacco about 36 hours ago. I am suffering from extreme shivers as though cold but my temperature is normal. How in the hell do you get through this?

  8. Thank you for posting these videos I'm having a terrible struggle quitting because I use it as a crutch to my anxiety and hypochondria I just keep looking at my life before and after I started smoking and compare and keep missing what my life use to be my passions gone and I feel alone so much crap going on in my head and the weed is absolutely a crutch and it's turning on me I'm using your videos to stop all this starting tonight your doing an awesome thing seb thanks again!!!

  9. Hey Seb thank you for the mental guidance through my journey of stopping weed. Im 17 and have been smoking for 4 years i know thats not long compared to many but i can see the difference and the long term effects. Ive smoked every single night and now realize my trigger is playstation. I also smoke alone and can tell once i smoke the next couple hours are fulfilled with cheetos and mumbling sentences to friends across the nation. This comment is 24 hours after my last bowl and im bettering myself based on the fact of my parents (especially my mother <3) and i start college in a couple months and want to be able to use my full mental capabilities. The one thing i believe is that im glad i smoked weed at a younger age, this sounds crazy but i feel like my weed days are over whereas others smoke weed in college and thats where you're suppose to max your capabilities to become succesful in life and since i smoked earlier i can still fulfill myself in college. I know a lot of you dont care lol but i just would like to share and hopefully some can relate. Thank you so much Seb and please post moreee! I love these vids and think they are perfect for a succesful future 🙂

  10. I have to agree with the other guys that are talking about Nemery Thentel’s Weed Liberator resource. You can search for it in google if you want, it worked wonders for me and my wife, not instantly but we’re happily pot free today.

  11. Marijuana is an amazing plant but it should not be consumed everyday unless for a medical reason. You will develop a small appetite and most likely get skinny as fuck, you will fuck up your sleeping pattern, you can become agitated very easily when not stoned and you can (if like me) become anti-social. I smoked weed everyday for 6 years and during this time I had social anxiety and mild depression which I attribute to my overuse of marijuana. Also now I have been out of the everyday cycle I notice how so many stoners dribble such bullshit all the time, always trying to look at everything so philosophically like they are enlightened individuals and we are yet to find the light. There needs to be a balance of the states of consciousness (sober, high, drunk etc.) you shouldn't just experience one for the majority of your day because it is like looking out a single window of a house with multiple, seeing trees and concluding "outside is trees" not even considering other perspectives. Like I said marijuana is great if used properly but to pretend like nothing negative can come from it is just being ignorant.

  12. Your videos are so helpful. Thanks Seb. i think weed is amazing! My life has been way better with it. It's never cost me anything i didn't wanna lose. I have met alot of wonderful people and benefited from many opportunities because of weeds influence. i got smarter as a stoner, i improved my diet and mental health as a stoner and defeated obesity and got the body i wanted as a stoner. My reasons for quitting have nothing to do with physical or mental health. Although i live in a place where medical marijuana is legal and there are millions of patients. Any salary job with decent pay will test your hair, blood, or urine and classify you as an unfit employee upon positive results. Now that i have kids it's unacceptable to live with the financial uncertainty of freelance work or self employment and I'll be damned if i work for shit wages so I gotta quit something that i enjoy so my kids can be fathered by someone financially stable. i haven't had to pay for pot in years so it's not about wasting money. i don't agree that it's your jobs business if you get high on your free time but i don't make the worlds decisions so i gotta do what i gotta do. i love you and I'll Miss you Mary Jane xoxo
    Maybe we'll be together again one day when i retire.
    p.s. I kinda feel like Thurgood at the end of Half Baked

  13. Your videos are so helpful. Thanks Seb. i think weed is amazing! My life has been way better with it. It's never cost me anything i didn't wanna lose. I have met alot of wonderful people and benefited from many opportunities because of weeds influence. i got smarter as a stoner, i improved my diet and mental health as a stoner and defeated obesity and got the body i wanted as a stoner. My reasons for quitting have nothing to do with physical or mental health. Although i live in a place where medical marijuana is legal and there are millions of patients. Any salary job with decent pay will test your hair, blood, or urine and classify you as an unfit employee upon positive results. Now that i have kids it's unacceptable to live with the financial uncertainty of freelance work or self employment and I'll be damned if i work for shit wages so I gotta quit something that i enjoy so my kids can be fathered by someone financially stable. i haven't had to pay for pot in years so it's not about wasting money. i don't agree that it's your jobs business if you get high on your free time but i don't make the worlds decisions so i gotta do what i gotta do. i love you and I'll Miss you Mary Jane xoxo
    Maybe we'll be together again one day when i retire.
    p.s. I kinda feel like Thurgood at the end of Half Baked

  14. Q5 for me (4 days so far):
    1. Sweating! Cold sweats night and day…
    2. Nausea/vomiting/zero appetite
    3. Anxiety/restlessness/sleeplessness/perpetually in fight or flight

    Even if you want to classify weed as only physiologically addictive, it makes no difference. Mind and body are inseparable; and mental withdrawal is attended with physical/chemical symptoms

  15. as a Rasta fari I don't use it too get high
    I use it on the Sabbath day.the day of rest.
    for meditation.
    this is not abuse .
    But your videos are good for peace who have problems with herb.I have many friends who use it too get high.And have bad anxiety.thank you for these videos they help people.
    full respect due
    Peace and guidance

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