Is Cannabis psychologically addictive?

Posted by: Kreakin

I can stop when ever I want, I just don't want to...

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Yes, overstimulation of the endocannabinoid system by marijuana use can cause changes in the brain that lead to addiction.

9 votes

No, thats not true. It's not addictive.

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Kreakin says2015-07-26T19:03:14.0713259-05:00
The weed in the pic is a k 47
triangle.128k says2015-07-26T19:40:56.5225108-05:00
Everyone is psychologically addictive.
triangle.128k says2015-07-26T19:41:23.1394523-05:00
I would say that large amounts of cannabis have some addiction potential though.
benhos says2015-07-26T21:33:53.3360732-05:00
In some cases, it can become addictive. However, unlike with most other addictive substances, being addicted to cannabis is relatively harmless.
russian_metaphor_man says2015-07-27T04:37:24.8074207-05:00
Weed is addictive that's a fact, absorb it.
Kreakin says2015-07-27T11:59:52.4619441-05:00
@gorcs "Anything is! " You are saying that concrete can be addictive for example?
ImmortalVoddoler says2015-07-28T20:18:45.6172058Z
@Kreakin yes.
Kreakin says2015-07-28T16:26:29.1782817-05:00
Do explain...
blackwhite says2015-08-06T10:42:04.1970119Z
Anything can be psychologically addictive. People are addicted to all kinds of things, not only drugs.
Kreakin says2015-08-06T21:58:45.3737205Z
Thats just restating the above posts... Explain how concrete is addictive.
Kreakin says2015-08-06T22:02:18.6738878Z
@Teege - You are way out of date. There are road side drug test these days, take no time at all. These where designed in 2010 but UK police have had them for a while now.Http://www.Policeone.Com/police-products/police-technology/articles/2835269-New-technology-to-help-in-roadside-drug-testing/
Kreakin says2015-08-06T22:04:57.8417081Z
It's causing a big prob as so many people are high. Http://www.Dailymail.Co.Uk/news/article-3095433/Hidden-menace-drivers-high-drugs-Six-ten-motorists-failing-new-roadside-tests.Html

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