Can a person Overdose on marijuana? NO The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports the following, Revised August 2017: An overdose occurs when a person uses enough of the drug to produce life-threatening symptoms or death. There are no reports of teens or adults dying from marijuana alone. However, some people who use marijuana can … Continue reading Weed Overdose vs. Weed Overdone
Feed Me Seymour! In the movie “Little Shop of Horrors” there is this guy named Seymour whose life is controlled by a plant he named Audrey 2. The plant is a monster and it has Seymour out of control doing everything he can to make this plant happy. Don’t be a Seymour.
Marijuana significantly impairs judgment, motor coordination, and reaction time, and studies have found a direct relationship between blood THC concentration and impaired driving ability. Marijuana is the illicit drug most frequently found in the blood of drivers who have been involved in vehicle crashes, including fatal ones. Two large European studies found that drivers with … Continue reading Does marijuana use affect driving?
You don’t want to trade one habit for another by tuning to nicotine, alcohol, or prescription drugs? Psycho therapy and positive re-enforcement groups like 12-step programs are great for your mental and moral strength but physically you still fell like crap from the side effects of cannabis withdrawal. Before Cannabis Recovery the only other things … Continue reading Therapy & You Still Feel Bad
A relapse trigger is a repetition of a routine you did or do in your everyday life to activate your weed usage. Let’s say you always smoke weed in the car or at home when you get off work. Or you like to smoke weed when you play video games or while you surf the … Continue reading Avoiding Cannabis Relapse Triggers
Money doesn’t grow on trees but if you are weed farmer it grows in pots under bright lights 24 hours a day. I don’t know about you and how much weed you use but if you only smoke an 8th of an ounce a week that comes out to be about $40 to $50 dollars … Continue reading The Price of Getting High
Scientific research has shown that when you take drugs they alter your brain and the way you think, The following except from an article by the National Institute on Drug Abuse sums willpower up like this. “Many people don’t understand why or how other people become addicted to drugs. They may mistakenly think that those … Continue reading Cannabis Addiction and Willpower
The majority of weed for the time being comes from illegal sources. Which means it has to be smuggled from the place it is grown and transported by various concealed means to your home thereby making you the last smuggler on the long chain. I guess it would be better to have the weed you’re … Continue reading Smuggle, Smuggle Weed and Trouble
Here is the situation when it comes to weed, THC the active ingredient unlike other substances is stored in your fat cells. So the detoxification of weed depends on an individuals personal metabolism. But studies have shown that the range of time weed takes to exit your system is from 13 to 40 days. Most … Continue reading Detoxing Off of Weed
Is vaping or other nicotine products an option to helping you quit smoking weed? The short answer to that is Absolutely Not! Vaping is just another nicotine ingestion system and nicotine is one of the most addictive substances in the world. So basically all you will be doing is trading one addictive habit for a … Continue reading Vaping is Never an Option to Help You Stop Smoking Weed!