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Permanent brain chemistry change?

Discussion in 'Medicating' started by puffdatchronic, Aug 13, 2017 at 9:08 AM.

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    puffdatchronic

    puffdatchronic Well-Known Member

    So i turn 31 in a few weeks, and ive smoked mj since age about 14 . THe thing is , in the last 6 months or so, I don't get any real pleasure from it anymore. I get a sort of generic wooly headed high that is not really worth it or enjoyable. I've cut down and go on 2 week t breaks and still nothing . always the same . I can't remember the last time i was properly stoned to the point a movie or music is totally entrancing. now its more just a backround feeling which to be honest I don't even feel like having in my life anymore. So, i think i'm giving up mj for good, and i dont even feel bad about it. I wonder if its something to do with ageing or some sort of radical brain chemistry shift.
     
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    Noinch

    Noinch Well-Known Member

    Over time cannabis will alter your brains dopamine production, especially when and how much dopamine it produces. You might be experiencing these effects or you might just simply be over weed. I wouldn't worry too much about it and just live life without it. For whatever reason a lot of stoners can't seem to handle people giving up weed but it isn't a necessary part of life at all, if it's no longer enjoyable there's no longer any point doing it
     
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    Moldy

    Moldy Well-Known Member

    It happens. I have a friend who did the same thing. Just up and quit after 30 - 40 years of growing and dealing. All he does now is walk. Suppose that's better for him. To each their own. Sometimes you grow out of things too. I couldn't imagine not smoking but if it happens it happens. It's probably better for me since I didn't smoke my whole life heavy. Just on and off during the mating years and same for the middle years. Now in my sunset days I couldn't be happier having a consistent supply. Maybe some good LSD or DMT would help after quiting for a few weeks?
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I quit when we were getting ready to have children. I smoke on special occasions sporadically and still enjoy it. It just isn't a daily thing any more. It is harder to get some things done while medicated. However, a good sativa will get me motivated all day.
     
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    puffdatchronic

    puffdatchronic Well-Known Member

    yeah its just so weird. I never thought I would be over weed, i loved it . Now I feel different. over it , it's sad. it also makes me wonder if its a positive step, like now its time to really start living, or if its a negative step, like .. if weed can't even give you pleasure whats, the point . Maybe some lsd could be the answer. Or maybe i just need to grow me a good sativa like kali mist .
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I did notice my brain abilities did sharpen the longer I was off of cannabis.
     

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