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03-09-2010 01:54 PM
tooscoops quitting is super easy... i used to do it every week.


nah, i always felt bad because when i quit it was actually quite simple. i realized i liked to have money in the bank and that the kinds of girls i liked hater the smell of smoke. apparently i must not have been all that addicted.

good luck with whatever you try.
03-08-2010 11:32 PM
TheseAreTheDayz I'll chime in for Munky since I'm a big fan of ibogaine as well. I've read quite a bit about this extract from a root in Africa. It's a huge part of the Bwiti tribe's rituals. Another one that was said to help with alcoholism is ayahuasca, which is used in the Amazon.

As a smoker, I agree with the folks that say the easiest thing to do is just quit. No gimmicks, no tricks, no bullshit. If you observe when you smoke, you'll probably find that you smoke when you're bored, or as other people said, after doing certain things (ie eating, fucking, working, driving).

I tried quitting a couple times. Now I've just decided to quit quitting.
03-08-2010 03:22 PM
Sam I Am Perhaps MunkySpunk will see this post and chime in, if he knows what I'm talking about.


One more time. Say it with me.

IBOGAINE.
03-08-2010 03:16 PM
Leo
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yeah ok sorry guys - "the only one that works" was a bit strong... was just trying to motivate you to take a look at it
And I'm just trying to motivate all the wanna-be quitters to just quit. Stop trying to search for all of these methods and what not. If you really want to quit, just do it. Sure, some stuff will help some people, but nothing beats sheer will power. Getting over the physical aspect of addiction is the easy part. 95% of it is the mental part.

Think of it this way, how does it feel to be defeated by a little white stick? How about snowboarding? Don't you love this sport? So why not prolong your life so you can enjoy more shred sessions. Yea, yea, easier said than done, I know. But I know you can do it. Just throw all of your tobacco related shit away and quit already!
03-06-2010 06:00 AM
Roz yeah ok sorry guys - "the only one that works" was a bit strong... was just trying to motivate you to take a look at it
03-06-2010 12:57 AM
AdamBQ While I don't think it is the ONLY one that works, Alan Carr's method/book is a fantastic method, and I strongly reccomend it.
03-05-2010 08:52 PM
DipMeInLsd ^ What he said
03-05-2010 11:35 AM
Leo
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read Allan Carr's "easy way to quit smoking"

cutting down makes the cigarette seem like a treat, like its more desirable.
smoke 40 in a day and then quit, it will make you sick of it, really taste that final cigarette - what does it feel like? good? or like suffocation?

is an amazing book, or just research his method online, is the only one that works!

good luck

Roz x
The only one that works? I'm proof that there are other methods than buying a stupid book.
03-05-2010 11:31 AM
Roz read Allan Carr's "easy way to quit smoking"

cutting down makes the cigarette seem like a treat, like its more desirable.
smoke 40 in a day and then quit, it will make you sick of it, really taste that final cigarette - what does it feel like? good? or like suffocation?

is an amazing book, or just research his method online, is the only one that works!

good luck

Roz x
03-05-2010 11:31 AM
snowjeeper visit the cancer and burn wards in your local hospital, hopefully that will be a good motivator.
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