What are the effects of mixing marijuana and alcohol? More here on possible harms and warnings for mixing marijuana with alcohol.
Help for marijuana addiction includes psychological therapies, educational sessions as well as physical stabilization while THC leaves the system. Where can you find it? More here.
You know you’re developing tolerance to marijuana when you no longer feel its effects or need to use more marijuana to achieve initial effect. More on the phenomenon of tolerance here.
Yes, contrary to popular belief you have the potential of becoming addicted to THC. Studies report that THC use can lead to dependence and heavy use can result in withdrawal symptoms when you stop using THC. More on the addictive properties of THC here.
YES. Weed is addictive. In fact, becoming addicted to weed is more common than you may thing. We review how you get addicted to weed here.
Yes, marijuana is addictive. More about marijuana’s main addictive ingredients and marijuana addiction here.
Marijuana acts on the cannabinoid receptors of the brain to create psychoactive effects. More on how marijuana works, its uses, side effects, and dangers here.
Yes, like any form of marijuana, it’s possible to get addicted to hash. More on hashish addiction here.
To date, synthetic weed is banned in certain countries and states. Here we review the top 5 reasons legal weed should be made illegal in all jurisdictions.
Experts don’t know how long the synthetic cannabinoids in K2 stay in your system. But some can be detected within 72 hours of use. More on the metabolism of K2 ingredients here.