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Is Vaping Cannabis Bad?
Apr 1, 2021

There are risks involved whether an individual vapes or smokes. Because vaping is relatively new in comparison to smoking, there is less data compiled on the long-term effects of vaping. However, some research is starting to surface and providing more insight into what vaping can do to the human body. So, is vaping cannabis bad? […]

Is Using Weed a Relapse?
Jan 29, 2021

Being sober or clean and sober means not using drugs and alcohol, ever. Twelve-step programs, such as Narcotics Anonymous, even consider “clean and sober” to mean staying away from any substances that change how your mind or emotions work. However, there is greater efforts in the United States to legalize medical and recreational marijuana (known […]

What a Joe Biden Presidency Could Mean for Cannabis Users
Nov 17, 2020

What does a Biden win mean for drug policy in the United States, specifically regarding cannabis? President-elect Biden’s stance on marijuana over the last 30+ years has evolved. And although his earlier positions on the subject may vary from where he stands now, how will his current proposals impact the sale of marijuana, its medicinal […]

How Long Does Marijuana (Weed) Stay in Your System?
Feb 27, 2019

Spanish Version Typically, THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana, is detectable for up to 90 days in hair, anywhere between 1 day to a month or longer in urine (depending on how often the individual uses it), up to 24 hours in saliva, and up to 12 hours in blood.2 How Does Your Body Process […]

How to Quit Smoking Weed? (Tips, Options & Benefits of Quitting)
Jul 27, 2018

Quitting marijuana is entirely possible despite certain challenging aspects, and professional substance abuse treatment has helped many manage withdrawal and recover from substance use disorders involving marijuana. Learn more below about the potential effects of marijuana abuse and how to go about stopping using cannabis. Learn more below about the potential effects of marijuana abuse […]

Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS): Symptoms and Treatment
Jan 31, 2018

In 2004, doctors in South Australia first described episodes of cyclical vomiting of unknown origin in adult patients who were regular marijuana users.3 Additional case reports and research on the condition, cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS), continue to be published and CHS is still not fully understood nearly 20 years later. Thus, the condition may go […]

The Real Gateway Drug
Jun 6, 2017

Marijuana, known by different names, is also seen by many as a gateway drug – the next step toward using substances such as cocaine, methamphetamine, or prescription opioids. While it may often be billed this way, is it the only substance guiding users down a dark and dangerous road? Over 1,000 Americans shared their past […]

The Big List of Narcotic Drugs
May 8, 2017

The naturally occurring opiates (plant alkaloids derived from the opium poppy) as well as synthetic (man-made) and semisynthetic opioids are considered to be narcotic drugs, which include both legally prescribed and illicit varieties. Opioids not only diminish the perception of pain signaling in the central nervous system but also produce rewarding, euphoric effects, making them […]

Marijuana Abuse and PTSD
Apr 13, 2017

What is PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a type of anxiety disorder triggered by a traumatic experience. Causes of PTSD include: The first month after the traumatic event, symptoms are associated with acute stress disorder (ASD). The person displays three or more symptoms: When these symptoms persist or develop after the first month, […]

Spotting Signs of Marijuana, Meth, and Other Drugs in the House
Mar 28, 2017

Addiction is a complex disease of the risk and reward system in the brain, involving a person’s genes, family history, and environment, among other factors. There are many substances that a person struggling with addiction could abuse, with different symptoms of intoxication, different paraphernalia, and different long-term consequences. That being said, there are several symptoms […]

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