The faster you decide to stop, the better.
I smoked for about 3 years. About 18 months of which I was full blown addicted to the stuff.
I didn’t realize it at first, but before i knew it my first priority became not running out of spice to smoke. My whole life suffered. I had to find a way to live and work everyday with an out of control need to smoke.
Eventually as availability became scarce I started to get sick. Over the next few weeks I thought I was battling everything from a flew to gastritis. I slowly began eliminating causes for my illnesses and was left one possible culprit, spice.
After numerous trips to the ER, I flushed my only bag down the toilet.
Before you think that you could never do that, know that neither could I.
I readied myself with medicines and herbs that i wont go into for fear that my story wont be posted. My intention is not to guide anyone into misuse of any substance. But I wouldn’t have been able to make it though withdrawals without major help sleeping and then some.
The first two or three days are the very worst. Pain, jitters, cold sweats, dizziness, and the worst shivers. After that the after effects lasted about 3 weeks.
I am glad to write that I am clean to this day. No more spice just back to the occasional j. It feels good to only enjoy something when you want too and not all the time because you need it.
If you are reading this and are hooked, fuck everything else, get clean! Do whatever you need to and get to a place that you can lie low for a while. make sure you have access to hot and cold showers, a comfortable place to lie down and food that you can hold down. Salts are good, they will help you retain water and not dehydrate.
” If you are going through hell, keep going”.
Remember you are not the first to have to do this and you wont be the last.
Beat this and get back to yourself, join society and live happier.
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