15 Days Without Weed + 3 Tips to Help Quit Weed | The Road To 90 Days without Weed | Ep. 1

This is the first video in a series of videos that is going to document my progress in giving up weed for 90 days. Every day I’ve been journaling how I feel and the …


  1. Thanks man this is a great video. I have smoked for over 20 years and I’m on day 4 this video has helped me. I have been having the dreams and waking up with sweats and a bit of depression. But after watching your video I know this was normal. Thanks I’m not giving up yet I want to stop so I can move on in my life.

  2. Day 7, it isn’t easy especially when you’re single and got no one around. It’s easy to fall into bad habits. Thanks for your video man, helping me.

  3. Keep at it my guy I'm on day 40 currently been smoking very actively for 10 years much of what you said was I was able to relate to. It does get easier over time

  4. Hey dude nice vid, i just quit smoking on new years day ever since that day i been drinking a gallon of water a day. I dont exercise im 230 pounds 5"11. Im on the husky side. But i seem to notice i lost like 15 pounds cause i stop drinking that 2 liter of soda pop daily. What are your thougts, also forgot to mention i been smoking for almost 20 years. Im 35 years old now, how long will it take me to pass a urine the old natural way since i have a drug test on march 1st. Thanks and great Vid bro.

  5. Quick question bro, when you have vivid dreams due to the fact that you're not smoking, are they happy or random dreams? or are they more on the nightmare-ish side? ( because it gets quite annoying and nerve-wracking waking up horrified during the detox period)
    The reason I'm asking is to figure out whether my subconscious is messed up due the thoughts I have or the things I watch maybe or if it's just the nature of the vivid dreams to be on the horrific side.

  6. 3 months strong , I recently discovered CBD from hemp boms its really great it relaxes me and helps me sleep better I recommend for anyone having a difficult time trying to quit.

  7. Respect, been smoking for 9 years, smoked for the first time in 6th graden age 12, been smoking every single day since 8th grade, im now 21, i do a medical card but i have wanted to quit smoking for over a year now for multiple reasons, i feel your videos, my 22nd birthdays in a month and you sir just gave me that push, thank you

  8. Just finished my 1st week, honestly it made me go back to the gym and I have way more energy. (Smoked twice a day for a whole year)

  9. I appreciate you being so transparent and genuine! Keep it up, you helped me and many others im sure.

  10. So crazy! I hadn't smoked for the first time yesterday in months on end. But I woke up this morning feeling better than I have in a while. Instead of being groggy and recovering from the day prior, I felt just happy almost 😂. I'm selling my bong/pipe and sticking with it.

  11. Im a couple days sober because recently i been having bad highs. I been smoking for 3 years now but recently every high i have is a bad one so im on the road to stop! Thanks for the motivation

  12. This is like my 4th time quitting and 2 weeks in feeling alright. The first few days it takes a little getting used to but hanging out with friends who dont smoke helps out so much until you gain the willpower to be around those who do smoke. Keep up the content you gained a sub today 🙂

  13. We're pretty similar in that weed makes me quiet and gives me social anxiety and also holds me back from doing other things and being as productive as I can. I love it but a little too much. I've quit loads of times in the past but always went back to it; I'm currently only on day 4 and the lack of sleep is definitely the hardest part but I'm staying strong and your videos are helping with my motivation. Cheers bro and look forward to seeing any future videos like these.

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