Young men may be at exceptional risk for mental illness as a result of recreationally using marijuana. Science has long since proven that marijuana can have a negative effect on the brains of young people. Neurologically, the brain does not … Read More
Why Marijuana Addiction Is Downplayed
In a previous blog, we discussed marijuana addiction and whether or not legalization could cause addiction numbers to rise. Briefly, we looked at why marijuana addiction is downplayed as part of the ongoing dichotomy of marijuana either being harmful or … Read More
Is Marijuana Addiction More Of A Problem?
There certainly seems to be a disconnect in the fact that the term “problematic” can be a greyscale, rather than a matter of black-and-white extreme thinking when it comes to certain substances, like marijuana. A problematic substance does not have … Read More
What Is And Isn’t True About Medical Marijuana
Reports are being published suggesting that marijuana be used for the treatment of addiction, specifically opioid addiction. Medical marijuana is still marijuana, in fact, it is often more potent marijuana. Recovery from addiction should include total abstinence from any addictive … Read More
Will Legalized Marijuana Be A Danger To The Road?
When an officer suspects someone is driving under the influence, the driver gets pulled over by the officer. Through a series of evaluations, the officer decides if a sobriety test is necessary. Gauging a driver’s sobriety happens one of two … Read More
Marijuana, Hallucinogens, Sobriety
Julie Holland, a psychologist, proposed something quite controversial on her trip to a psychedelics conference in London the summer of 2017. She wasn’t alone in her suggestion, which made the context of the proposition even more curious. Holland, along with … Read More