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You surely would agree that the herb calms your nerves and destresses you, yes? When you take that away you will experience more stress and the follow-on effects. Just because something has addictive qualities does not make it bad or evil. The symptoms from caffeine withdrawal are as bad or worse, yet i consume a cup of coffee every morning and tea throughout the afternoon. When i consume herb on a daily basis (at least .25-.5 grams of kb) for an extended period of time, i DO experience withdrawals: insomnia, poor digestion, irritability.

The symptoms are very mild and last no more than a few days. If you only use it sporadically you will never experience this. I wish people wouldn't get so hung up on whether it is addictive or not. It has been used for thousands of years to help with sleep, stress, diarrhea (one of the main reasons for using it in Ayurveda), nausea, not to mention the enjoyment or spiritual effects. If you use it for a long time and suddenly stop, you might experience some of these for a short time. It's no big deal for me, but some may struggle with it, i don't judge. I mean we're not talking about cocaine or morphine here, we're not even talking nicotine or caffeine.

Sure ganja is addictive, but the physical addiction is truly child's play compared to other chemicals (i realize that might sound insensitive to people trying to stop, but compared to kicking heroin, or even cigarettes, there's no contest). disagree with "addictive" description and use to suppress terrible nightmares. It remained traumatic for a prolonged period of time. I had the most awful nightmares and was overall a very angry young man. A good kid,not bad, but nagry and anxious noentheless. I discovered that marijuana suppresses dreams and helps with trauma in other ways as well. This is why I bgan smoking it over 15 yeare ago, and continued everyday, unless circumstnace forces me to stop. When In do stop, there is absolutely no noticeable change, no withdrawal, except that the horrible nightmares that plagued me as a kid come back. I go from being a well, rested, quite active, functional person with plenty of motivation and achievementuntil I stop, and then I cannot sleep fro more than 2 hours at a time and tend to choose to stay up due to the horrible and unexplainable thoughts that take over my subconcious while I sleep. I have a masters, a doctorate degree, and have passed one of the most challenging licensing exams for my profession in 3 different states. I strucutre comoplex transactions for a living and would not be able to do any of it without cannabis. But we are all on this earht for a limited amount of time,and some of us have experienced things that were out of our control and must live with the fact it has affecred us in certain ways, and is no less a part of me than anything else we have experienced in life. In my case, in order to continue to advance my career, I have to worry about drug tests, so I must quit for weeks or perhaps months in order to burn all the fat that store the cannaboids in my body, which of course are not water soluble. If I smoked crack, meth, shot heroine or used cocaine, I would be in great shaoe since these employer drug tests will not detect those drugs after only a few days. (Isn't that something?) I also have 2 children I am good father to, and a wife I am good husband to. Anyhow, since this is a professional forum, I do hope that somehow the industry will find funding to research cannabis and its benefits. I much prefer a weed that is part of nature's balance. It makes me feel much more comfortable than getting hooked on drugs concontocted in a lab. I amwritign thi right now, because still, after 3 weeks, my nightmares are so horrible I had to reach out and find some answers. I was told once I had PTSD, and there seems to be a lot of blogs woth war vets who have found peace with cannabis. The politics surrounding cannabis prohibition are just awful. You would never ever know I used cannabis unless you knekw me intimately. As far as productivitiy in the work place, maybe we shouldnt allow people with children with special needs, or sick parents, or someone who experienced a death int he family to be able to work and make a living since these thigns will ultimately affect productivity. Isn't that the argument employers use for marijuana testing? Terrified to go back sleep, but will do whatever it takes to advance my career and make a better life for myself anf my family. disagree with "addictive" description and use to suppress terrible nightmares. It remained traumatic for a prolonged period of time. I had the most awful nightmares and was overall a very angry young man.

A good kid,not bad, but nagry and anxious noentheless. I discovered that marijuana suppresses dreams and helps with trauma in other ways as well. This is why I bgan smoking it over 15 yeare ago, and continued everyday, unless circumstnace forces me to stop.

When In do stop, there is absolutely no noticeable change, no withdrawal, except that the horrible nightmares that plagued me as a kid come back. I go from being a well, rested, quite active, functional person with plenty of motivation and achievementuntil I stop, and then I cannot sleep fro more than 2 hours at a time and tend to choose to stay up due to the horrible and unexplainable thoughts that take over my subconcious while I sleep. I have a masters, a doctorate degree, and have passed one of the most challenging licensing exams for my profession in 3 different states. I strucutre comoplex transactions for a living and would not be able to do any of it without cannabis. But we are all on this earht for a limited amount of time,and some of us have experienced things that were out of our control and must live with the fact it has affecred us in certain ways, and is no less a part of me than anything else we have experienced in life.

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