Sometimes you can’t smoke weed. It sucks, but it happens to the best of us. Whether it’s probation, a new job, or just a weekend at the in-laws, sometimes we all have to take a few days off from smoking. For some people this is a small feat, but for others, it’s a real challenge, and there have been many reports of cannabis withdrawal. While the symptoms can vary greatly from person to person depending on a number of variables including how much your normally smoke, as well as your intake of other substances including alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine, most regular smokers experience some sort of withdrawal symptoms.
Withdrawal symptoms from cannabis can include nasuea, loss of appetite, insomnia, intense dreaming, feverishness, and of course some good old fashioned irritability. From our own experience, these symptoms only last a week or so tops, and overall it’s pretty manageable. On the upside you’ll also probably find yourself a bit less likely to lock the keys in the car, and your willingness and ability to communicate with humans will improve significantly. Easing off rather than quitting cold turkey can also help mitigate the misery. Check out our friends at cannasos.com for more info about cannabis withdrawals as well as common remedies and more.