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Cannabis Rehab

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The urban myth is that Cannabis is not addictive, not harmful and has many medical uses. The same was once thought about opium, heroin and alcohol. The reality is that anything that gives pleasure has the potential to become an addictive behaviour.

It is true that the detox from cannabis is safe and does not require a supplementary medicine. However, there are some obvious withdrawal symptoms such as: Feeling Weak, Tired, Yawning, Hypersomnia, Psychomotor Retardation, Anxiety, Depression, Decreased Appetite, Stomach Pains, Irritability.

Cannabis Rehab focuses on the development of the drug use, positive and negative effects of the drug, ways to beat the cravings and ways to cope with lifes problems without needing to take any form of drugs.

Pharmaceutical Name:

Tetrahydracannabinol

Street Names:

Weed, Spliff, Gear, Pot, Grass, Ganja, Hash, Hasish, Charas, Bhang, Hash Oil, Skunk, Reefer, Herb, Boom, Gangster, Blubbers, Bud, Mary Jane, Doobie,

Forms:

Resin, Buds, Leaf, Soap Bar & Pollen. If used as recreational drug Cannabis is taken orally and smoked in cigarette form (known as a spliff, reefer or joint) or in pipe form (known as a bong, pipe, hookah or chillum).

History:

Cannabis History can be traced back as far as 2700bc when it was registered for its pharmacological values in China. Cannabis has been widely used in medicine, religion, spirituality and as a recreational drug. Over time cannabis has been used to treat a number of conditions such as MS, menstruation problems, glaucoma, rheumatism, malaria, rheumatism, AIDS wasting syndrome, arthritis, osteo - and rheumatoid, asthma (while not burning cannabis), Chrones disease / inflammatory bowel disease, depression, mental illness--schizophrenia (pro and con articles have been reported), degenerative neural diseases, eating disorders/anorexia, epilepsy/seizures, glaucoma, intractable breathlessness, migraine, multiple sclerosis, nausea and vomiting, obstetric problems dysmenorrhoeal, morning sickness, uterine bleeding, anti-miscarriage, pain, of all types, phantom limb pain, tumours, withdrawal symptoms of alcoholism, morphinism, cocaine addiction, chloral hydrate addiction

Side Effects:

Paranoia, Hallucinations, Anger, Disorientation, Anxiety, Confusion, Nausea, Vomiting, Memory Loss,

Overdose:

According to Drugscope "there is no overdose risk and no confirmed published cases of human deaths related to cannabis poisoning". However, Cannabis addiction is now being linked to psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia and psychosis.

If you know of someone that is suffering from the negative effects of cannabis and they have had difficulting stopping using cannabis, a rehab programme might be the next logical step for you. You can talk to one of our drug and alcohol counsellors by calling 0207 060 2862 . They will be able to discuss the pros and cons of entering into a cannabis rehab programme and help you to overcome any potential psychological blocks you may be experiencing.

Please contact us for more information on our cannabis rehab service.

 

 

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