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I used to smoke marijuana daily. I stopped due to a changing life style and haven't smoked in a couple weeks. I need to know the fastest way to detox?
Marijuana: if you have not smoked in a couple weeks you will not go though any further withdrawal. You will not need to detox but you will test positive for up to 4 more weeks. The truth is that as a Board Certified Addictionologist i can assure you marijuana is and addictive substance. You are to be commended for taking this step on your own congratulations ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am chronic marijuana smoker, athlete, scholarship student, and I sweat 2x as much as is normal. I need to detox in 2 wks or face expulsion. Pls help?
U my bud R in deep-: -dodo. 45 days to clear TCP.Get a more detailed answer ›
Plan to use "permanent renewer" detox kit to detox myself from marijuana. Will anti depressants interact with it? I take 10mg of cipralex daily.
What's in it?: I can't find any information about the contents of this product, so any potential conflicts with your medication are unknown. I did find that it costs $80 canadian dollars though. I will share that no such product has been proven to rid your body of thc . . . So it seems an expensive experiment. Best way to not conflict with your medication is not to use marijuana at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I used marijuana less than a month ago and I'm using a detox drink for a urine drug test and my menstrual cycle is on will my test be positive?
Uncertain: It depends on your body fat percentage, how much you smoked, how long ago it was, and the threshold criteria used by the specific testing company. ...Read more
Ok. I used to be an avid marijuana smoker. I have been clean for 30 days, I have taken a detox kit that lasted 25. Since i started going clean I have been working out twice a day m-f lifting and running and saturday running. I am on a fat burner and b12.
No: Marijuana has limited utility in certain kinds of cancer pain and nausea, and even there, other effective alternatives exist. As a medical agent, marijuana gets much more press than it deserves. The overwhelming message is that marijuana use is dangerous and that overall in most patients, its side effects are more harmful than its few benefits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Rotchford, you say that using medical marijuana for treatment of diverticulitus is dangerous because it's addicting. Can you explain more on that?
Another opinion: I'm not Dr. Rotchford but it is true that marijuana can be addicting. However, the incidence of marijuana addiction is quite rare and the vast majority of marijuana users do NOT become addicted. There is a much higher incidence of addiction to most other drugs including prescription narcotics. See http://tinyurl.com/pqn2ujk and http://tinyurl.com/ol3z3a2 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unknown: If you are being treated for thyroid cancer, i would not suggest using marijuana, since it does have some effects of suppressing immunity. There is no evidence that it would interfere with the radio-iodine or make it work any less well, but i would abstain for several weeks to be on the safe side. If you are being treated for hyperthryoidism or grave's disease, i don't think it is a problem. ...Read more
Unlikely: That is not a good solution. Underlying anxiety needs to be treated with antianxiety medication or antidepression medication. Coping with problems is an important skill as well as dealing with drug addiction. Make an appointment with your doctor to figure out how you can cope with your underlying problems. ...Read more
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