“No known lethal dose:” New potential for marijuana is treating drug addiction
|“No known lethal dose:” New potential for marijuana is treating drug addiction||Darrell Miller||05/24/17|
May 24, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: “No known lethal dose:” New potential for marijuana is treating drug addiction
Research is showing that instead of abstinence for drug users it may be better to instead introduce them to a milder drug to help reduce the impact addiction has in their life. They believe marijuana can help crack, and cocaine users curb their addictions. Although they aren't completely certain about the science behind this development the progress made has been significant. Both crack and cocaine users have had a significantly higher success rate of quitting those drugs with the help of marijuana.
- Defines and explores a modern approach to opioid and crack cocaine/etc. addiction, using a step-down method to less harmful drugs to encourage the reduction of illicit drug use.
- Explanation of how introducing cannabidiol can bind to certain brain receptors affected by illicit drug use and how it may even reverse some of the damage.
- Explains the method as a less dangerous and more effective alternative to the current system of forced withdrawal/abstinence programs and change how we see abstinence as the only "win"
"Crack cocaine is said to be a low-end incarnation of a rich man’s drug."
Read more: //fox6now.com/2017/05/17/no-known-lethal-dose-new-potential-for-marijuana-is-treating-drug-addiction/