How Do You Treat Cannabis Addiction? More Cannabis Says New Study!

What do you need to treat “Cannabis Addiction”? MORE CANNABIS! I have long been very vocal about the concept of “cannabis addiction”. While it is true that a very small group of people can get “addicted” to cannabis, the vast majority of people will never develop a dependence on the…

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Got a Cannabis Addiction? Well, the Solution is More Cannabis Says a New Study

Got a Cannabis Addiction? Well, the Solution is More Cannabis We’ve got so much evidence lying around that cannabis just isn’t addictive, but surely there are some people who have more of a dependency to it than other people. We can’t blame them: cannabis does make you feel good, reduces stress,…

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Cannabis vs. Ibogaine For Opiate Addiction

Cannabis vs. Ibogaine For Opiate Addiction The Other Schedule 1 Drug Being Studied For Treating Substance Abuse Disorders Every single day, over 115 individuals in the United States alone die from an opioid overdose. The worrisome addiction and abuse of opioids including street drugs like heroin or over-the-counter painkillers, is…

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Study Says CBD Could Be Your Way Out Of A Tobacco Addiction

Study Says CBD Could Be Your Way Out Of A Tobacco Addiction If you’re trying to quit smoking cigarettes, a certain compound in cannabis could help with that. Scientists have just found that CBD (cannabidiol), the non-psychoactive and highly therapeutic compound in cannabis, has shown to be beneficial in eliminating…

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Medical marijuana conquered my 30-year opioid addiction, Florida man says

Published: Feb 21, 2018, 12:34 pm • Updated: Feb 21, 2018, 12:51 pm By Carol Kent Wyatt, Crestview News Bulletin Feb. 20–SUNNY HILLS — Garland Harp of Sunny Hills had a somewhat unique New Year’s Resolution this year. “I was determined to come completely off opioids,” said Harp, who has…

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Jeff Sessions: marijuana a path toward opioid addiction, patients should take aspirin for pain

Published: Feb 8, 2018, 12:24 pm • Updated: Feb 8, 2018, 12:47 pm By Denis Slattery , New York Daily News Take two aspirin and call him in the morning. Attorney General Jeff Sessions thinks the U.S. could easily combat the growing opioid crisis by taking over-the-counter medications for pain…

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