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Marijuana Detox: How to Get Cannabis Out Of Our System


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Marijuana can be good for a lot of things, but helping you pass a drug test isn’t one of them. Many people ask us how to flush marijuana out of your system. Well, it starts with a bit of knowledge and a marijuana detox. What is Detoxing? Detoxing is the way in which your body gets rid of the toxins accumulated from years of using. It happens the first few days or weeks after getting clean and/or sober. It is also the very beginning of getting used to dealing with reality and real feelings with no numbing agent. Can there be physical effects from quitting marijuana? In spite of numerous years of being told that there are no physiological effects from marijuana addiction, many of our recovering members have had definite withdrawal symptoms. Whether the causes are physical or psychological, the results are physical. Others have just had emotional and mental changes as they stop using their drug of choice. There is no way of telling before quitting who will be physically uncomfortable and who will not. Most members have only minor physical discomfort if any at all. This pamphlet is for those who are having trouble and wonder what’s happening to them. Why do some effects last so long? Unlike most other drugs, including alcohol, THC (the active chemical in marijuana) is stored in the fat cells and therefore takes longer to fully clear the body than with any other common drug. This means that some parts of the body still retain THC even after a couple of months, rather than just the couple of days or weeks for water soluble drugs. Can this affect a drug test? The experiences of some members have shown that if you quit marijuana and expect to take a drug test you should not go on a crash diet at the same time. Fasting, or a crash diet, can release the THC into the bloodstream very rapidly and can give a positive reading. This has happened to several of our members, but each time only with crash diets and major weight loss, not with just eating less than usual. How can I reduce discomfort? For some of the milder detoxing symptoms, a few home remedies have proven to be useful: Hot soaking baths can help the emotions as well as the body. Drink plenty of water and clear liquids, just like for the flu. Cranberry juice has been used effectively for years by recovery houses to help purify and cleanse the body. Really excessive sweating can deplete the body of potassium, a necessary mineral. A few foods high in potassium are: melons, bananas, citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, and tomatoes Eliminate fat from the diet until digestion is better. Greatly reduce or eliminate caffeine until the sleep pattern is more normal or the shakes are gone. The old fashioned remedy for insomnia, a glass of warm milk before bedtime, helps some people. Exercise not only helps depression and other unpleasant emotions, it helps the body speed up the healing process. For more information click on BUY BUTTON