I don't think there are really any drugs that are guaranteed to be non-addictive. I know some of the least addictive ones are marijuana, LSD, Ecstasy, and PCP, but just because they are less addictive doesn't mean they aren't dangerous. It also doesn't mean that you won't get addicted to them--there are many factors that affect a person's vulnerability to addiction besides the type of drug they try. Your genetics and your environment may make you more or less likely to become addicted than other people who use the same drug. For example, nicotine is an extremely addictive drug, but there are still some people (albeit probably only a few) who don't have much trouble quitting smoking.
Marijuana addiction truth…
If anyone who is a daily user of marijuana and thinks marijuana isn't addictive, just stopping for 3-5 days will reveal how tense, bitchy, and emotionally reactive a person can become (remember that switching to alcohol or another mood altering drug is deemed drug replacement, not withdrawal).
THC coats brain cells, and decreases the firing of the neural path - THC and its component chemicals are very "sticky" so it is not removed from the brain easily. It is similar to attempting to remove spilled oil from a concrete driveway with a garden hose - it doesn't wash away easily... it takes a long time for a heavy smokers’ brain cells to clear this "coating". This has been confirmed in examinations conducted on human cadavers.
Complete physical withdrawal from marijuana – not just from symptoms – but in terms of physical detoxification takes approximately 1 ½ to 2 years.
In comparison, cocaine or methamphetamine is very water soluble and eliminated by the body easily.
In terms of impact on the individual, marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine, the severe reduction of release of neurotransmitters caused by this alteration of the synaptic system causes impartment of emotional equilibrium.
Its time to stop the lies and disingenuous/ignorant information. People are suffering and its time to tell the truth about what is now known about marijuana addiction.
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