I have not smoked in over two months. Initially it was because I was looking for jobs and wanted to keep my options open in case I got a job offer for a place that drug tests. Well, I am still looking for jobs at the moment, but it's not because I failed any drug tests. (It's just tough out there! ) Knowing that I will not test positive for THC at this point gives me peace of mind. No more worrying, chugging water, or having to cheat the test by buying fake urine and hoping I don't get caught, etc. My memory has improved overall. I seem a little bit sharper and can recall things like names and little details better. I have been experiencing this weird phenomenon ever since I quit where random memories from a long time ago come into the forefront of my mind for seemingly no reason at all. Like I'll be chopping vegetables and suddenly I get a flash of a place I visited when I was 14, something I hadn't thought about in several years. It has been a pleasant experience and I feel it is a good sign my brain is getting healthier. I simply like the freedom of not being dependent on weed. I smoked every night, and if I ran out of weed, I would get antsy, even irritable or angry. I would scrape up some money and figure out a way to get it somehow. Total addict behavior! Today, I do struggle with insomnia sometimes, but that is about the only negative. My lungs and dopamine system are getting healthier every day, I feel. The idea of "I'm bored without weed" is no longer an issue and I'm really happy about that. I can chill at home, watching TV or surfing the internet like I always did before, but I'm just as entertained without weed. Perhaps more entertained because I can focus better. Oh, and the money I save! Every spare $20 I get no longer gets smoked away. I can save that money or buy something useful. Why did you quit marijuana? What benefits have you noticed?