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... but last longer than most other withdrawls from drugs. ... (18 replies)
... Here, where I live, you can buy pot legally. The doctors here prescribe it for pain... and do so quite easily. ... (9 replies)
... I completely agree with Kat. Pot is not the way to go on this. To ease withdraw symptoms, you should talk to your doctor about what the best possible way would be. ... (9 replies)

... I know alot of people are going to laugh becuase people have this idea that pot is not addictive. Well i beg to differ! The reason I starrted was because it "wasnt addictive" like the "hard core" drugs. ... (3 replies)
... even warned the local ers not to treat her with narcotics.at that point she found another dr.so in the meantime she used up her husbands pain killers and smokes pot constantly now she has found a dr that has been willing to perscribe oxycotin... ... (8 replies)
... you mean the 'opiate' or 'hydro-pot'? if opiate, not a benzodiazapine, you should recover rather well---if pot? no problem. just avoid it. (3 replies)
... The other piece to this puzzle is that you are in Canada and we're in the state. and with the exception of CA, pot generally is not legal here, so if people are getting it and smoking it they're doing it most likely illegally. ... (9 replies)
... I certainly respect your decision and agree with you to a degree but don't forget methadone. It's one addiction for another. I am on methadone and will be for a long time and I'll take what ever you or anyone would throw at me to defend its usage. I would be dead if methadone didn't exist. I am certain of this. I was half dead when I started on it and at the point I started, I... (9 replies)
... I realize the pot has it's place in cancer patients and glaucoma patients and probably a handful of other conditions..... ... (9 replies)
... And honestly it baffles me how someone can recommend using an illegal addictive drug like pot to help detox from an addiction to a narcotic. This is a very irresponsible thing to do and suggesting it and posting it on this Board is really wrong. ... (9 replies)
... e major restless leg syndrome i have and it wasnt just my leg it went to my arms also. I also am on marinol and it helped alot. If you cant get that then smoking pot will help so much. After 3 weeks I still have diahrea,restlessness and still no energy. If i could just get the energy back I would be so much better. On Dr. ... (9 replies)
... to have an addictive personality. I always frowned on those people. I tampered in cocaine, marijuana when I was younger. In fact, the only reason I ever smoked pot in my junior year in high school was because someone told me it would help my stomach aches.... ... (51 replies)
... Michelle, I might not always like hearing certain things...but dont you think it does a person good to hear them? I do and thank you. I am glad that you responded...I think I read one of your posts about pills? I have just rcently overcome one of my worst addictions ever....pain pills. If I am correct I read that you are on "sub"? What is that and how did you go about... (3 replies)
... depressants or anything else really. I noticed than when I took Soma with Hydros, the withdrawls would double. So I stopped taking it and noticed a big difference. Just a point for you guys. ... (47 replies)
... my problem is her problem ofcourse. But this is ground zero for me..the tapering off is wht I have come up with to meet my needs. Being that I cannot go through withdrawls at work. I did that yesterday and it was awful. ... (14 replies)
... It sounds like your challenge is battling the psychological demons associated with habitual drug use, especially opiates. I remember being in rehab, just 3 weeks ago, and I was absolutely unable to conceive of living my life clean, without taking pills to help me get motivated to get on with my day. It sounds to me that you can handle the physical withdrawals of getting off... (3 replies)
... ough pills where I could taper off, I'd just take them the same as I have been. I'd rather go CT than try sub or anything like that, I think that I deserve some withdrawls to balance out all the "fun" I've had in the past year. ... (3 replies)
... I have always been addicted to something when i was a teen I was a total pot head then when I was 21 I hooked up with a sugar daddy who had a lot of cocaine passing threw the house and a lot of it ended up my nose. ... (2 replies)
... is typically what does happen after quitting smoking pot. Yes, your health, other life problems cause depression. And Yes, one of the side effects of not smoking pot is depression. The withdrawls related to pot smoking are mental and not physical. ... (3 replies)
... So with me switching all the time, its not just going to be one withdrawl from one pill correct, it will be opiades all together.. So I wonder how bad I wil have withdrawls if I was switching pills all the time. How many I took a day depended on how many I had to spare. ... (27 replies)




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