How to stop Smoking Weed For Good

How to Quit Smoking Weed Forever and Detox THC Easily

Hello and welcome to and congratulations on taking the first and most important step to learning how to stop smoking weed and end your addiction to marijuana. Marijuana is one of the most widely used drugs in the whole world and the majority of users smoke only occasionally and never become addicted to smoking marijuana.
While marijuana is used by many people who have serious life threatening medical conditions, however most people who smoke weed are in good health and do it only for the euphoric feeling that comes with being “high”. For most people this is just a fun thing to do yet for others it can develop into a serious addiction to smoking marijuana that can last for years, end up costing thousands of dollars, ruin relationships, hold them back professionally, hurt academic performance, socially isolate them, and make getting through everyday life a challenge.

Quit Weed: The Complete Guide

After I realized how much I really wanted to stop smoking weed I tried to quit on my own and failed more times then I care to remember. What this told me was that I needed real information about marijuana addiction and how to stop smoking weed so I began to research everything I could find about what I needed to do to be successful in quitting weed. What I was doing wasn’t working so I knew I had to change something about my approach. By luck I found a great product called Quit Weed: The Complete Guide and that was the turning point. It was created by a man named Seb Grant and his guide about how to stop smoking weed has helped over ten thousand people who are struggling with marijuana addiction to successfully quit smoking weed for life. I can honestly say that I would not have been able to quit weed if it weren’t for this guide.

Click here to see the Quit Weed guide for yourself


Has Smoking Marijuana Gone From Being a Hobby to An Addiction?

If your like I was then smoking marijuana has gone from being a fun hobby to something that you feel helpless to control and you just want to learn how to stop smoking weed. I know what this feels like because I wasted over two years of my life being addicted to smoking marijuana and for the last six months I wanted desperately


to quit smoking weed. I tried numerous times to quit, only to fail and sink back into my marijuana addiction all the while feeling the shame of my failure to stop smoking weed. Well I’m here to tell you that there’s hope and if your feeling helpless in the face of your marijuana addiction don’t give up because you may be closer than you think.

The Truth About How to Quit Smoking Weed

The honest truth about marijuana addiction is that for some people it’s extremely hard to stop smoking weed and in many cases people struggle to stop but are never able to. I say this not to pass judgement because for far too long that was me. At first smoking marijuana was a fun thing to do, it made music sound better, food taste better, and movies funnier. Then it became something that I allowed to become the central focus of my life and over the time that I smoked has cost me thousands of dollars, ruined a relationship, nearly got me kicked out of a really good college that I worked very hard to get into, and has negatively impacted nearly every area of my life and health. When I look back on the time that I spent smoking weed I realize what a waste it was and how pointless smoking marijuana really is. When I examined what smoking marijuana has done for me I see that it has brought only negative things into my life. Of course I allowed this to happen and can only blame myself but for not taking responsibility but for my addiction to smoking marijuana.

You Can Learn From My Mistakes

If you’re wanting to learn how to stop smoking weed but feel helpless in the face of your addiction to marijuana then I’m here to tell you that there’s hope. You don’t have to be powerless and if you really want to stop and change the direction that your life is going in then you can be 100% weed free before you know it. All it takes is the right information, a real desire to change, having a game plan for quitting, and a positive mental attitude.

I wish you nothing but the best both in quitting marijuana as well as whatever other adventures you have waiting for you

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19 thoughts on “How to stop Smoking Weed For Good”

  1. I can relate to this blog. Feels like I took huge steps back in my first 2 years of college when I started smoking weed. My grades dropped as well as my social life dwindling. Thank God for giving me back my focus and now I don’t smoke weed anymore

    1. Thanks for stopping by. Congratulations on doing what you needed to do and making the change in your life.It sounds like you really turned things around and are probably a wiser person for having gone through the experience which more than offsets that negative aspects of having smoked weed. It seems like the effects of marijuana can kind of just gradually build up until it starts to have a serious impact but you were able to change for the better.
      Best of luck

  2. A lot of helpful information on this website. I am also trying to break my habit but still have a long journey ahead since this is day 1 w/o smoking.

    Detox is what I have been looking into. I shall try that to see if it helps stop the cravings as THC gets released. At first, I used to think weed consumption had no negative side effects. But after daily used I have developed a psychological addiction to it as I use it to avoid my responsibilities and tune out.

    It has caused me to lose myself, lose motivation, and become very short term thinker. I would like to live a addiction free life. A temporary high is not worth the long term consequences. I know many people keep reading weed has no downsides but from personal experience as a recent college graduate, I can say smoking weed reduces your desire to spend time doing productive things. And being productive in your 20s is the most important thing!

    For the career oriented and those with weak will power prior to weed, smoking it will only make your life harder. My advice is don’t use it daily and never use it to “mask” feelings.

      1. Hi, thank you for taking the time to read the article. There’s no reason to be scared. The most important thing is that you have realized that you may want to make some changes in your life. Change is always scary but you have to know and understand what you want to change and why you want to make the change. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any more questions.

    1. Hi and thanks for stopping by. Its important that you don’t give up hope and beat your self up about not being able to quit right away. Many people struggle with giving up weed and quit and relapse multiple times but the fact that you are aware of your problem and seeking out an answer means that you are halfway there already. I was just like you, I knew I had to stop smoking weed and was addicted but I couldn’t seem to make myself quit but once you get over that initial hurdle it really isn’t as hard as it seemed at first. I honestly wouldn’t have been able to quit if it werent for this resource here
      Best of luck to you and feel free to ask any questions you might have

  3. perfect! just the information i needed to back my thinking, refreshing to hear someone who’s naturally laid back and aware of its problems, marijuana is the evil weed… when given to mice it stops their life direction altogether, we think were better than mice, were all the same.. admitted it effects some people more than others but you can guarantee that person has less natural colour in their life because of weed, weed causes 1hour of happyness for 24hours of disassociation, paranoia, unattentiveness, guilt, worthlessness… the list goes on…. ‘blessed weed’ my ass!!

  4. I’m having trouble taking steps to quit. Never thought there was a problem. I’ve been enjoying daily since high school through my college years and early career years. I knew laziness was the number 1 side effect, so I decided to turn it into a reward for hard work (the whole “work before play thing”). Marijuana has been the driver of my engine which makes it harder for me to quit. I’ve been extremely productive while using it as my evening treat after studying or building my business over the years. I’m now in my 30s, extremely successful, have 2 beautiful children, living in our dream house, many vacations to enjoy, and as long as I didnt do a “wake n bake” it has been a great tool for me psychologically(motivates me) and mentally (helps me unwind). But the reason why I’m entertaining the idea of quitting is because my wife doesn’t like how I act when High. And its just starting to affect our relationship. But with all the other elements and how it’s been a key part of my life, how can I convince myself to stop? I found this website today. And this is as far as I’ve gotten. Any suggestions?

    1. Isn’t it obvious from what you’ve written? Go have sex with your wife. Thats your reward! That and all the other good things you mentioned about your life. Idk, it kinda sounds to me like you’re looking for somebody to validate your drug use. You describe it as “the driver of your engine” and as a “great tool”. If that’s how you really feel then maybe you should tell your wife that and try to get her to see it your way. I believe that some people can use weed responsibly, especially if they’ve developed the right habits as you seem to have, but I strongly disagree with your assertion that weed is somehow a great motivator. It is, in my experience, the ultimate de-motivator. You’ve mentioned all this personal and professional success that you’ve have had. But then you seem to conclude that without the weed you smoke at the end of each day that it would not all be possible. I think if you quit weed for a year you will see your life get even better. You would be healthier, have more money, and more time to pursue other hobbies that are actually interesting (like painting or writing a book or something). If you are content with the way things are in your life then you will continue smoking regardless of what your wife or anybody else says. My advice is, I think, typical of what you will find on these quit-forums. The decision is yours and yours alone.

    2. Hey Michael r
      I hear what your saying but don’t agree with how your seeing it.
      I’m now a 63 years old guy who used the same reasoning to build a business, with 2 kids and a wife who also didn’t like “how I was when stoned”
      At first I used it just to unwind at night also thinking it as a nice way to reward myself for all of the hard work I did in my business. It became more and more a way to “motivate” me to work harder at my job. Now that I’m retired and can look back on what I’ve accomplished I see that the weed did more to stop me from the full potential of what I could have done but didn’t because the use of the weed.
      I still want more out of my life and the weed is getting in the way of what I know I can still be. This is why I’m quitting and why I’m posting this towards you.
      I hope this note that I’m sending your way will help you to see that you could even be more then what you are today without the use of weed as a reward for how great you were today.
      Weed effects not just your nights but also your days because the effect of THC is always in your system.
      To test this out see how well you feel the day after you are stone; write it down to record it for posterity. Now don’t get stoned for 1 month (to clear your body of most of the THC effects) and see if there is really a difference. If you are honest with yourself you will see a difference. I know because I also did this little “test” and I did feel better. The problem for me was going back to smoking weed just once for old time sake that turned into the same daily routine that you seem to be in. I never stopped smoking after that one time because the high is so strong and I already knew that I could stop anytime I wanted to. But of course that smoking of weed one more time became the stronger pull that aimed my life in a different direction which I now see as a more destructive instrument that I chose over relationships with my children and wife.
      This is your life with your children. You will never get it back.
      Ask yourself one more question regarding you and your children. Will you be sharing this great trick you have learned about how to succeed in life and get them stoned?

  5. Michael R, I can absolutely relate to your post as I too have used weed as a “reward” for hard work and was my drive and motivation. I would sit at my desk at work and think once this day is over I’m going to go home and get sooo baked and it was my crutch to get through the work day. The more successful I was at work the more money I had to buy pot and the more I would smoke to the point where anytime I was out of the office I was stoned. I decided to quit weed in conjunction with quitting drinking and making other healthier life style changes. I had a panic attack and saw a therapist and decided it was time to grow up after about 6 years of a party all the time mentality that lasted a few years after college (I’m 24 now).

    Today is my 2nd day sober I did not smoke for 5 days before that, my only slip up being taking 3 small hits from a bowl when my friend came over. Even after that I decided it wasn’t worth it and I plan on not getting high anymore. My anxiety has persisted but I feel is getting better day by day. This biggest thing that has helped me is going on long, fast walks whenever I feel bored from not smoking or feeling anxious or uneasy. Eating healthy and moving around breaking a sweat has turned into my new “focus” instead of before where I would just get baked.

  6. afta reading 4rm this website,i have seen d real reason 2 give up smoking.2day z d 3rd day i havnt smoked weed,i really have d cravingz…bt i promise nt 2 smoke weed again….i make dat promise 2 my hrt..tnx 4 dis knowledge on quiting..dis website z doing a gr8 job.

    1. Hi, good luck on your journey and stay strong and before you know you will be free of your cravings for ever. I’m just glad that people have found this website helpful and I hope that it has helped people to be successful in quitting

  7. This is indeed a good day for me, today is second day that i stopped smoking weed and i have been trying to stop but its ON and OFF. yes life is better and healthier without weed but i thought it make me think, high n relax when i smoke weed but its not. Its draw me back from my hobbies like ice skating,reading novels. i haven’t go to skate for over a year now neither have a time to read. if im outside i will be happy thinking of going home to smoke my weed. Life seems better to me whenever i smoke weed i never know im great addicted. Well its time for me to say GOODBYE to weed. Though kinda having sleepless night and sweat all night even though i have my AC turn ON i am rolling on the bed and took me hours until 6am in the morning before i can be able to sleep and i wake up 9am ..Its 318pm Monday where i am now and i havent eat cus i dont have appetite but i took Vsoy milks. i knew i can do this and i will fight it.

  8. Day 13 not smoking pot after 25yrs and today is not a good day . it’s not the cravings I’m having troubles with,its my head not functioning, I’m sick,in pain.

    1. Hang in there, everyone that goes from being a everyday heavy smoker myself included goes through a pretty crappy detox period. Hang in there though, it does get better and before you know it you will be back to feeling like your normal healthy self

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