Stop Smoking Pot Tolerance Break With Cannitrol

In the emerging market for cannabis-oriented products and services, which is blowing up due to increasing mainstream acceptance of recreational and medical marijuana there is an overwhelming supply of ingenuity, as people invent new products to cater to cannabis consumers’ needs.

One such creation, a unique and novel idea created exclusively for the purpose of fulfilling one of those needs that is specific to cannabis consumers, is Cannitrol.

At first glance, Cannitrol would seem like a tool wielded by any run-of-the-mill, anti-cannabis rehab specialist; a simple, non-addictive pill that can be used to help cannabis consumers quit.

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It’s not that simple. It is commonly used for tolerance breaks and as an enhancer of sorts.

Cannitrol is an all-natural organic supplement designed to help curb cravings and lessen symptoms of “withdrawal” for cannabis consumers who choose to quit.

While most cannabis consumers can tell you quitting cannabis will never amount to symptoms like any number of hard drugs, including legal pharmaceuticals or even tobacco/alcohol, some people do incur small nuances like less restful sleep, changes in appetite, or overall increased feelings of anxiety or stress.

For people who use marijuana on a regular basis, especially long-term, it is easy to identify why this might be the case; most people report that cannabis can increase the quality of sleep, increase their appetite, and reduce their anxiety or stress – these are a few of the qualities that make cannabis so beneficial medicinally. For those people who use cannabis regularly to take advantage of any number of these, or other, benefits, a sudden shift unincorporating cannabis use from their routine can result in an adjustment period.

And, while many avid cannabis consumers are probably asking, “Why would I want to quit?”, situations arise in life in which legitimate reasons to quit may present themselves.

For example, many people have encountered a scenario (or know a friend who has) where a pending job interview might require a drug test – and, despite cannabis being safer than more socially-acceptable recreational alternatives like alcohol, most prospective employers requiring drug tests are unlikely to hire someone testing positive.

Although many people faced with these types of challenges may try to skirt around the problem using fake urine or detoxifiers, others feel less secure using these options and instead opt to simply quit using cannabis for a while.

Alternatively, there are people who are not forced to quit by circumstance, but after consuming large amounts of cannabis regularly, simply feel a temporary break to lower their tolerance may be needed.

This is where Cannitrol comes in.

Designed to ease the early adjustment period for cannabis consumers taking a break, Cannitrol (which is available without a prescription) is composed of natural ingredients, such as valerian root and St. John’s wort, commonly used to relax anxious nerves, promote better sleep, and combat depression.

While the makers of Cannitrol are quick to reassure that they are not in any way trying to imply that cannabis consumers should quit, they do recognize the benefit of having something available to make things easier for those who want or need to.

For the die-hard aficionados who vow never to quit, Cannitrol will likely never be of consequence. But for the average Joe, who is trying to get a job, or comply with his probation, or just trying to get his tolerance down, Cannitrol may offer a helping hand.