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Marijuana Abuse and Treatment.


Marijuana Abuse and Treatment

Marijuana can be used in many ways. Meaning there are many different ways to smoke it. Marijuana is usually smoked as a cigarette (joint) or in a pipe. It can also be smoked in blunts, which are cigars that have been emptied of tobacco and refilled with a mixture of marijuana either mixed with some...

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What is Marijuana?.


What is Marijuana?

Marijuana is one of the most popular and most widely-used drugs in the entire world. It is a plant that grows naturally in the earth in hot climates like the Caribbean or Mexico. Marijuana may also be known by the name cannabis and the resinous form of the drug is known as hashish.
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Spice, the Dangerous Mixture Continues to Claim Lives.


Spice, the Dangerous Mixture Continues to Claim Lives

Synthetic marijuana, commonly referred to as spice, is still very obtainable even though a national ban was passed in July of 2012 banning the sale of synthetic cannabinoids. Because the synthetic form of pot is in such high demand, drug dealers are selling the fake weed, these products are still...

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Marijuana Isn't as Harmless as Many Young People Think.


Marijuana Isn't as Harmless as Many Young People Think

Most parents keep the lines of communication open with their kids about underage drinking and the dangers involved with street drugs and prescription medications but there are some parents less worried about the use of marijuana. Some parents feel marijuana is safer than street drugs like heroin,...

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Study Findings Associated with Marijuana Use.


Study Findings Associated with Marijuana Use

There's a lot of controversy today regarding marijuana use for medical purposes and whether or not smoking pot is addictive. Many people have sought help though because they realized they were addicted to marijuana and were unable to stop on their own and described the withdrawal symptoms they...

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