I used marijuana to help quit smoking tobacco

Everyone has bad habits, but some habits are more dangerous than others.

  • I have a friend named Dan, who used to smoke cigarettes.

We always took our smoke breaks together at work, and then one day after a vacation he said that he had quit. I congratulated him and moved on, but then a few years later I decided I wanted to quit cigarettes. I tried a few times, but always failed. People don’t understand how addictive these things can be! Finally I reached out to Dan and asked how he had quit. He told me to buy a full ounce of cannabis, and throw out all my cigarettes. An ounce of marijuana is a lot to buy all at once, and usually that much will last me for a month. Dan said to roll up all the cannabis into joints, and then to fill up an empty cigarette pack with those pre-rolls. After that, I stopped smoking tobacco cold turkey. Every time I got the urge to smoke a cigarette I would smoke cannabis instead. The cannabis joints were the same size and shape as cigarettes, which tricked my brain somehow. After a few days of smoking an insane amount of cannabis, I felt sick and tired of inhaling smoke. My urges became fewer and farther between, and before I knew it I had smoked cannabis exclusively for over a month! I understand that trading tobacco for cannabis is just trading one bad habit for another, but this habit isn’t nearly as dangerous. If you ever want to try and quit tobacco, give cannabis a try!



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