Quit Marijuana


Marijuana has its pros and cons. If you want to abstain or control your usage, this journaling challenge is for you. Learn, write, and overcome your pot habit.Benefits of quitting marijuana include: Lung function improvement Better sleep and less risk of depression More motivation in life Quicker wit and memory recall

Quit Marijuana


Is your marijuana use out of control? 

According to the United Nations, nearly 160 million people around the world use marijuana – about 4 percent of the planet’s population. To further matters, the US Drug Enforcement Administration has reported that a large percentage of those arrested for crimes test positive for marijuana. In fact, nearly 4 percent of adult males tested positive at the time of their arrest. 

Next to alcohol, marijuana is the second most frequently found substance in the bodies of drivers involved in fatal automobile accidents. The statistics don’t lie. 

Let us help you quit using marijuana once and for all. In 21 days you can be well on your way to a marijuana free lifestyle. 

How does it work?

By starting this challenge, you commit to journaling daily and living marijuana free for the next 21 days. Starting today, you will answer a series of questions designed to help you uncover the underlying reasons why you continue to use marijuana. To manage the stress and anxiety of early withdrawal, we augment your journaling challenge with a guided breathing exercise.

Ready to get started?