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THC Detox Process

Yep, THC actually has a detox process.

Yeah I’m sure it will eventually be legal in all fifty states, and we believe every adult should be at liberty to make up the mind whether or not to develop a close relationship with cannabis, and without the previously unnecessary horrific fear of winding up in jail because of it. Certainly it’s good that jails and prisons are emptying out of weed “felons.”

Regardless, being at liberty to choose marijuana as a life-partner does not necessarily warrant reckless and careless pursuit without hearing a few things from us.

Like legal caffeine, nicotine and alcohol, cannabis is not a harmless drug and has produced aftereffects that range from mild to serious. People fall in love with cannabis because usually it prompts relaxed cognitive free-association and occasional creative or artistic thoughts and concepts that may spontaneously evolve and unravel.

When people develop a close relationship with marijuana it evidences that consumers like the serene calmness and compelling thought-processes associated with use.

This dependent relationship behaviorally points to the notion that the consumer depends on weed for calmness and interesting thought processes and by proxy discloses their inability to experience substantial calmness and interesting thought processes without embracing THC.

In other words, marijuana addiction is defined as the repetitive self-defeating use of THC in order to experience periods of substantial calmness and interesting thought processes. This goal becomes dependency, as the substance abuser then depends on THC to feel a sense of contentment.

THC Detox

THC detox is the process where one cognitively declares that they are detaching from their dependence on THC in search of attaining comparable levels of calmness and interesting thought processes without using the substance.

The hardest part of the THC detox process is picking up the phone and calling for information how to begin.

Without THC, the substance abuser experiences:

  • Loss of energy
  • Memory loss
  • Reduced drive
  • Reduce ambition
  • Reduce motivation
  • Apathy
  • Some depression
  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Tension
  • Impatience
  • Intolerance
  • Irritability

Given your own dependence and usually “positive” experiences with THC, THC is likely to seduce you into re-thinking detox and continuing the dependent relationship.

Until one day, when you are sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, you will impulsively pick up the phone and ask for help.

Reach Out

If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance abuse problem, please reach out to our addiction specialists for guidance and support, at (877)-RECOVERY or (877)-732-6837.

Our team of addiction specialists make themselves available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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– Robert Collier

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