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u/mmhmoist · 5 pointsr/entwives

I definitely think if you stopped in January, with beginning to try in May, your system should be clear.

I like to do a natural detox about everything 3 months (when the seasons change), for 3-5 days. You could add several different types of detoxing after you quit smoking to really, really clean up.

I add a spoonful each of bentonite and psyllium husk to a glass of cranberry juice. (It can be any juice, but cranberry is strong - to mask out weird tastes - and it's known for being "good" for feminine issues. And I love the taste.) It's super sugary though, and cutting sugars is a good part of a detoxing, so I'd water it down. Mix everything up well with a spoon, and drink up.

You could also add Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) into your life, if you haven't be acquainted already. It's amazing.
It's can be crazy disgusting at first, but the results are wild. It will absolutely impact your:

  • digestion
  • bowel movements (can cause diarrhea if you take a lot at first; work up to 1 shot glass of it)
  • energy

    It's recommended before you eat in the morning and/or afternoon. A shot every morning will start to make changes within a day. Do half a shot to start, mixed with water. You'll want a chaser of at least more water, if not something juice to get that taste out of your mouth.
    I used to do this as part of a healthy weight loss plan. It helped with my appetite and digestion, and honestly gave me a lot of diarrhea. I realized I was just taking too much, so cut back, and it now really helps if I'm ever constipated. You will likely really want natural and safe ways to help with constipation with your preggers. You will likely be crazy constipated often.

    Lastly, a actual "detox" kit is always good. These are my 2 favorites, but there are more out there that are good. Inner Cleanse is the cheaper (1/2 the cost), and it's gentle. Like ACV, it can cause diarrhea. Read and follow the directions.
    The other one is Raw Cleanse. It's more complicated and I found it pretty gross, but if you can stomach the process (or find a middle ground with it, like adding juice), it's quite effective. Both of these kits are different, but their ingredients have detoxing elements that nothing else so far has offered.

    Also, I recommend drinking kombucha at least weekly. IMHO, this is one of the best brands for kombucha (besides locally made goodness). There are a few other brands that are good, but watch our for the sugar.

    So, if it's not apparent by now, all of these detoxing, in some way, stimulate you to ultimately poop a lot. Trying all these different ways of detoxing will not only detox you up, but you can find one detox that you prefer, and then do that one occasionally. I do a super big detox, as in all the things described above combined, maybe every 18. mos - 2 years, and then just one of those (cranberry juice blend or detox pills) every ~3 months.

    Hope this helps! Congrats on planning a family. <3
u/academiamia · 3 pointsr/entwives

Hey! OK. I'll try to give you some insight!
(I'm also detoxing right now, as i'm also job hunting. Yay for us ;)

Are you using anything to help you detox, aka pills or fiber or something?
Here's what I use: (and it's all natural)

Detox Pills


Ultimate Cleanse

For these next two, what I do is mix them together in a glass of cranberry juice in the morning and at night, following the directions on the label of starting small and slowly increasing the amount. For short periods (which I would do right at the beginning, for a few days) you can do use the bentonite like 5 times a day (so use it without the pysllium in the afternoon), then cut back to once in the morning, once at night again.



Both of these combined = a lot of fiber and cleansing. You may get constipated, you may be pooping a lot. I wouldn't recommend doing them both for the first time, at the same time. Try the bentonite and psyllium first, do it for 5 days or so, then the pills.

  1. There isn't a way to really speed up the process, it's more like you just want to hit it HARD. Drink water, no trees or booze, exercise are all great. Employing detox methods like the ones I mentioned above can help kick it in the pants.

  2. I've been able to pass a test within 2 weeks by cutting out all bud and doing this regime + lots of water, general exercise, eating well, etc. I have never been a very heavy smoker (I'm 5'6, 150lb, smoke 1/8th a month). So, take that for what it's worth.

  3. I think less fat = faster metabolism, and less room for stuff to stick around. I know NOTHING, but I'd assume less fat would be a good thing.

  4. While you're at the store getting those awesome detox supplies I recommended or looking on amazon, pick up some melatonin, and maybe some other natural sleep meds. Melatonin is GREAT and has always helped me for short term sleep issues. Other sleep meds should definitely work, especially if you're never used them before. ;)

    Hope this helps girl!
u/inked1986 · 2 pointsr/entwives

/r/treecipes is a good reference. When I make butter (which you're reminding me I should do soon......), I use about 1/8th of vaped bud to maybe 1/2 cup of butter... maybe a while cup of butter... I think it's different every time and I use the big blocks of butter. Anyway, you boil water and plop the butter in and then the bud and let that simmer for a few hours then strain it through cheesecloth (to get the herb out) into a tupperware and pop that in the fridge overnight. Wake up to butter that has solidified atop water. Pop out the butter and use in regular recipe for choice baked good.

I typically use 1/2 cannabutter and 1/2 regular butter (or crisco) in whatever given recipe I choose. Peanut Butter cookies are my favorite things to make since the vaped bud butter flavor blends nicely with peanut butter. Do you own a cookbook - like Betty Crocker's Big Red Cookbook or something similar? I grew up with the classic Betty Crocker binder (my mom's from the 70s, she still has it and uses it) and I have my own updated one my mom gave to me in 2004. They now have ring-bound (non-binder) versions that will probably last longer (my binder ring's haven't closed right since 2006 while my mom's original binder book is still in great condition... better quality back then I suppose).

Sorry for getting side-tracked... but I own dozens of cookbooks and use most of them semi-regularly but if the house was burning and I could choose to save one (priorities, right?), it would be my Betty Crocker. Well, it would also be my Great-Grandma's handwritten cookbook and other family cookbooks because I'm selfish and I'm already in the kitchen grabbing cookbooks...

Anyhow. I'm a Betty Crocker girl, it's where I learned all the basics and essentials. I highly recommend picking up one of these or similar online or at a bookstore (they're often in discount bookstores too!) to help kickstart your kitchen adventures. Far better for a beginner than any celebrity book or specialty book I can think of. Or just find some cookie recipes online or try making some brownies from scratch and substitute 1/2 of the butter called for with cannabutter.

u/itchy_cotton · 2 pointsr/entwives

thanks! I don't know exactly what it's made of, but it's very sturdy and feels like it's really great quality. if you're interested [this] ( is the grinder i bought.

i just used nail polish on it, and i don't think (and hope!) is doesn't chip off! there are ridges on the cap that looks like it'll keep the polish on it.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/entwives

I HIGHLY recommend getting this book! I had my first daughter last NYE and this book was the saving grace of my pregnancy. Anything you can possibly think of is in there; stages of pregnancy for your body and baby, what to/not to eat, how certain medications affect you, suggestions on how to deal with multi-religious families, lists of what to buy and lists of the fun extras, and on and on and on. Every twinge I felt, every bump, gurgle, heartburn, fart- it was all explained in there. Very, very helpful were the recall lists and why certain baby toys/furniture/etc. are dangerous.

One thing I learned: when you get pregnant you stop shedding hair at the rate you normally do (everywhere on your body!), and then after you give birth it goes back to shedding like normal- it appears that you're losing all your hair and going bald when it starts falling out again, I swear! :)


u/drmissmodular · 11 pointsr/entwives

Hang in there. It sounds like you're making the right decisions but maybe have some bad thought habits
>taking comfort in the dark corners

Can I recommend reading the book Feeling Good by David Burns? There are activities in there that will help you focus more on the positive & break bad though habits. It helped me a ton. My bad thought habits included things like I have no friends, nobody likes me, etc as well as having these fantasy "fights" w people. Not good, but it takes time to break any bad habit. Sounds like you're on the right path!

u/MantaDelRay · 2 pointsr/entwives

We buy the Duplos when they're smaller because we don't want them to choke on the pieces or whatever, but we still can buy all different sets and add to sets they already have.

We try to pay attention to what they like. One niece is very girly, so we get her dolls that she really loves playing with. Her little sister is into bears and dinosaurs at 2 years old, so she got a stuffed bear from the World Wildlife Federation (so it was kind of pricey, but it goes towards a good organization), and a book called Dinosaur Vs. School or something along those lines.

Edit: Found the book!

u/Westfalias · 2 pointsr/entwives

Good morning! I am a coffee shop manager irl so my work day is me rolling out of bed at 4:45am and driving to work in a tired stupor. There I can fuel my soul with espresso before making sure hundreds of other people have awesome mornings. I ❤️ coffee more than life itself.

On my days off we either go out to eat at a local breakfast diner where they have raspberry waffles and an omelette stuffed with hash browns. Sometimes we cook....usually breakfast potato skillet. No matter what...more coffee is involved.

I have a super rad mug collection but I'm on mobile and photos are hard to do :/ but this one is my favorite mug in the whole world. Pink, sturdy, and thanks to its shape holds 18oz but is still normal cup sized!!!!

u/lulaloli · 2 pointsr/entwives

I use a pretty generic-looking metallic grinder from Amazon. It was $4 when I bought it and it seems it's gone up to $7 since then. But I've had it for two years and it works great. My only complaint was that the shipping time was several weeks, but it's such a great deal that it was worth it.

u/BoremUT · 2 pointsr/entwives

I especially liked Swallow Me Whole and pretty much anything from Adriene Tomine. But if he wants to get into graphic novels, I suggest just looking at what's out there and picking up whatever looks interesting to you ;)

u/Queen_Bitch_Face · 2 pointsr/entwives

I highly recommend this for the pax... it's made loading, transporting and clean up a breeze. Seriously best thing since sliced bread.
The BudKit with New BudKups Generation 3.0 Loading Capsules for PAX2 & PAX3. Includes Packing System and Portable Case

u/eastwinds · 2 pointsr/entwives

I had breakfast for lunch, it was awesome!

Have you ever heard of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations? I used to spend hours thumbing through my copy.

"If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world.” - C.S. Lewis

u/DivaCupcake · 2 pointsr/entwives

They also make a Witches’ Date Book which I love!!! I’ve had one for the last couple of years.

u/stellarparadox89 · 5 pointsr/entwives

Even better! A 90's nickelodeon coloring book

u/mludd · 1 pointr/entwives

Based on the logo I think this is more likely to be the specific model in OP's pic.

u/beatbox_pantomime · 1 pointr/entwives

I started off with Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy since I have a history of depression... the principles are solid, and it's something I continue to work on every day. It would be silly to expect decades of negative reinforcement to be rewired instantly.

Other books:

The Power of Now

The Power of Habit

And this is one I haven't got yet but it's next on my list: Paddle Your Own Canoe because Nick Offerman is a BAMF.

u/haolepinoo · 3 pointsr/entwives

I got the connect the dots book as a gift; ones full of cities and the other is pets. Super cute. Did a quick Amazon search and found the one I’m working on:

I feel what you’re saying, but I sadly have very little room for allowing people to remain shitty after they are grown. I am understanding through your 20’s but after that, I’m not sure blaming your upbringing is anything less than a cop out. My upbringing was shitty, full of neglect and abuse and I worked my ass off to be the human I am. It’s a choice. I know it is because I’ve chosen, so has my Brother and countless other people I know with shittier situations than me. I realize it sounds harsh, but at what point do we take control of our lives and stop pointing the finger at other people?