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Great read/great help.,
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This review is from: Marijuana Addiction: The Ultimate Guide for How to Finally Overcome A Cannabis Addiction (Marijuana Free, Weed Addiction, THC, Hemp, Pot Addiction, Marijuana Dependency, Vaporizer) (Kindle Edition)
We often hear of drug addictions. We hear of addictions to heroine, cocaine, crystal meth and LSD among others...but rarely do we hear about marijuana addiction. Granted its severity may not be near to that of heroine, but as this e-book points out, it is still possible for it to have a negative impact on someone's life.
The book covers a wide range of chapters that are perfectly suited to the topic at hand and they show the author's awareness of the issue and shows a clarity of prior research. Good to know.
I think that this book is a great self-help guide for those who either want to try and resolve their issues independently, or for those who want a more `down-low' approach due to being too private, ashamed or unable to seek help from others face to face.
Within `Marijuana addiction' there is a well structured list of negative side effects resulting from being addicted to cannabis, many of which I wasn't even aware of. I guess you learn something new everyday, huh?
I also highly appreciated that various types of treatment were looked at, giving addicts a variety of routes down which to go in order to get better from their marijuana addiction.
Overall, a good hearty book with the clear purpose of helping marijuana addicts. If you are concerned that you are addicted but aren't sure, or you know you are an addict but have no means of help then I implore you to at least try to buy and read this book. It is short enough that you can finish it in a night - so just give it a try.
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Initial post: 9 May 2014, 16:15:49 BST
Cannabis is not only non toxic but is not addictive. I suggest that anyone first google "Dr. Grinspoon speaks of medical marijuana" on youtube.A simple 2 minute video will answer all of your questions. He is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Harvard Medical School.
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