Marijuana is dried plant material that from two species: Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa. Users smoke or eat the substance. The active chemical in marijuana is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and it can remain in the addict’s system for months after the most recent use. The effects of marijuana include decreased inhibitions, increased appetite, euphoria, laughter, and relaxation. Someone who uses, abuses, or becomes addicted to marijuana may also become apathetic to life situations, which can negatively impact productivity at work or school, as well as damage interpersonal relationships.
Like alcohol, many people who use marijuana do not develop an addiction to it; however, also like alcohol, some individuals will find themselves dependent on this substance and unable to overcome their addiction without professional help. eDrug Rehab has successfully helped rehabilitate many individuals with marijuana addiction. If you or a loved one are addicted to marijuana, call us now or visit the “contact us” page to speak with one of our experts to determine the best recovery plan for your or your loved one’s situation. If you are calling for yourself we can arrange admission to the marijuana detox and rehab facility that best fits your needs. If you are concerned about a loved-one we can help you decide if a marijuana intervention is necessary and if so take care of all of the arrangements.
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