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    Drug Rehab Advice


    If you feel yourself or a loved one are in need of professional medical based rehab for either marijuana use or any other drug dependence or co-occurring mental disorder then please feel free to consult our rehab center referral directory. Our directory listings cover every state in North America and include information such as the type of treatment offered, official accreditation and any specialization each individual rehab service provider may offer as many specialize in their own unique fields and in providing their own custom services. Every provider can vary significantly so make sure you research any perspective recovery center thoroughly and that they meet your own unique individual needs.

    Choosing the right provider can very often mean the difference between success or failure as an adolescent teen can have such extremely different needs to a mature individual or a person suffering from a comorbid mental health related issue and therefore can be in need of a completely different type of therapy and treatment program.

    You wouldn’t want your brain operated on by a heart surgeon or vice versa and the same is as true for drug addiction treatment, just as with any other type of medical treatment one size definitely does not fit all. Always research as thoroughly as you can beforehand what kind of treatment provider is going to meet your needs, make sure you do your background research both online and off and call and question a number of different providers.

    Good providers will be happy to talk to you in-depth about the exact nature of the treatment plan they offer and answer any questions you may have. While time is always a factor when it comes to saving yourself or a loved one from addiction, never rush into going with a drug rehab provider that you lack faith in or don’t feel comfortable with, we hope you find our referral directory a useful place to start.


    For further assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can also call the US Government’s FREE SAMHSA’s National Helpline on 1-800-662-HELP (4357)


    Good luck with your search,


    Cannabis Rehab Admin

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    Retiring for good - Start of the Journey

    PART 2:

    So - which tactics do I have to quit? What's the arsenal of weaponry I'm deploying to combat the urges!?

    Oh boy am I coming prepared this time. In fact some of these tips are things I picked up from this exact forum over the years, as each time I've quit before for a while I used this forum to

    Mast3rl3ss 10-27-2020, 08:14 AM Go to last post
    Cannabis Rehab Admin

    Posts are moderated for users with less than 10 posts

    Thanks for the kind feedback! Yes we are still active, I try to check for new posts every day, my apologies for any delay.

    All the best,

    Cannabis Rehab Admin 10-27-2020, 06:42 AM Go to last post

    Posts are moderated for users with less than 10 posts

    Just thought I'd check to see if the forum moderator is still active? I posted my first post yesterday and plan on using this forum to help with my journey,

    Mast3rl3ss 10-27-2020, 06:26 AM Go to last post

    Retiring for good - Start of the Journey

    Part 1

    Hi everyone,

    Little about me

    Really not quite sure where to start to be honest! I'm 34 years old and have smoked marijuana daily since I started at 18. In terms of the amount I get through, I'd say it's pretty much been an average over all those years of an ounce a month or so. I'm not sure if I'm quite a rare case or

    Mast3rl3ss 10-26-2020, 03:55 PM Go to last post

    Im dizzy all the time after quitting Smoking weed.

    Yes they will go away..but every time you stop the withdrawals might get worse. Best to just stop now for good and be done with them than starting and

    Eroica 10-26-2020, 03:05 AM Go to last post
    Unregistered: rdurv

    Will withdrawals get better if I start smoking again?

    I have beena chronic weed smoker for 7 years, did some excercise and sauna for 15 days and the symptoms went away. After 4-5 days I took a few puffs with

    Unregistered: rdurv 10-24-2020, 07:29 PM Go to last post

    Capsaicin cream (0.075%) for upset stomach after quitting marijuana

    I am 38 years old and have been a habitual smoker for 15 years. I quit last weekend and it was a terrible experience. Severe stomach pain, diarrhea, and no appetite.

    I was desperate so I started

    Unregistered 10-24-2020, 01:46 AM Go to last post

    Day 4 - appreciating the solidarity I found here

    I don't have anything to say that will help, I'm just posting because I like feeling less alone in this, that's about as honest as I can be.

    2020 has really gotten the best of me. I smoked at least one spliff every day this year, I'm pretty embarrassed to admit.

    Unregistered 10-21-2020, 11:48 AM Go to last post

    The long road

    Just over 6 weeks clean now. Been waking up in the night covered in sweat, shows THC is still in my body, been having dreams about weed aswell. I’ve been

    Thisisme373 10-18-2020, 02:55 PM Go to last post


    Welcome man, glad you are reaching out

    Man, that takes me back, Yeah I remember that sh*t. It is scary to try to quit when weed became my best friend,
    then to complicate things it stops

    adambomb 10-15-2020, 12:43 AM Go to last post

    Terrfied to stop

    Hey there,

    Well, sounds pretty serious.

    It also sounds like you might need some professional help, such as therapy and some rehab help. If you don't know where to turn, maybe you could start

    JWC 10-13-2020, 08:30 PM Go to last post

    What to do if you feel like using cannabis

    Good for you, adambomb!

    Even though I get an occasional nostalgic desire to be high, I am very happy not to be using cannabis anymore. I feel so much better without

    JWC 10-12-2020, 01:00 PM Go to last post

    Terrfied to stop

    Hey everyone I'm 21 and never reached out for help anywhere. I have been using weed for about 3 years everyday to cope with my anxiety but lately its

    Unregistered 10-11-2020, 11:20 PM Go to last post

    I quit weed today

    Have you learned the letter details by now and got a reaction from your superior?
    I hope this does not turn out negatively against you.
    Take care

    Unregistered 10-10-2020, 10:57 PM Go to last post

    On the path of Annihilation...

    "act of reducing to non-existence," 1630s, from Middle French annihilation (restored from Old French anichilacion, 14c.), or directly from Medieval Latin annihilationem (nominative annihilatio), noun of action from past-participle

    adambomb 10-10-2020, 01:57 PM Go to last post
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