Marijuana withdrawal is real. So, how can you cope with the physical and psychological symptoms of dependence? We review treatment suggestions here.
Marijuana abuse occurs when you use marijuana for non-medical reasons. More on the definition of drug abuse as related to weed.
What does smoking marijuana do to you and is it bad for you? More on the effects of smoked weed here.
Is someone close to you addicted to marijuana? We review effective treatments and interventions for marijuana addicts here, as well as the steps for getting help.
There is no medical indication for use of marijuana in youth. So how can you tell if your kids is under the influence? We explore here.
Yes, you can get high on marijuana. More on how psychoactive ingredients work in the brain to create euphoria, and MJ’s addictive potential here.
Yes, you can overdose on marijuana (THC). Signs of overdose include nausea, vomiting, hallucinations, or acute paranoia. More here on how to address marijuana overdose and its complications.
A typical high from smoking marijuana lasts about 2 hours. However, psychomotor impairment can persist, even after the initial high effects are gone. More on duration of action and effects of marijuana here.
Marijuana can be used recreationally or medically. More on marijuana’s uses AND its effects on the body here.
Physical dependence on marijuana manifests as withdrawal symptoms upon cessation of use. What else characterizes this condition? And how is it different than addiction? We explore here.