What is the best THC detox?

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Contrary to popular belief, it is absolutely possible to become addicted to marijuana. It does not take a lifetime of consumption to call for THC detox, either. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) notes that about 9 percent of all cannabis users will eventually become dependent on it. That number climbs to 17 percent for those who started smoking it in their teens, and even 25-50 percent for daily users. In fact, of the about 7 million Americans who use illicit drugs, marijuana accounts for well over half of those cases. Fortunately, THC detox is possible. All you have to do is find the right resources for you.

Marijuana’s Increasing Potency

The latest information shows that marijuana is much stronger than it used to be. NIDA reports that the level of THC in cannabis is rising. Back in the 1990s, the THC level in marijuana was 3.7 percent, compared to 9.6 percent in 2013. People who consume marijuana extract may be getting levels of THC closer to 50 or even 80 percent. This increase in potency has many potential negative effects on the brain, especially among young people whose brains are still developing.

Needing THC Detox

Clearly, millions of people in the United States need a way out of their addiction to marijuana. The trick is to find a safe place to go through THC detox, and then to work on the circumstances that led you to a dependence on cannabis in the first place. NIDA claims that while people can become addicted to marijuana, detox is a fairly mild experience. Frequent users note that they feel:

  • irritable
  • tired
  • frequent cravings
  • restlessness

as they detox.

The Best THC Detox Programs

No matter how severe your withdrawal, you deserve to go through THC detox in a helpful, healthy, supportive environment. When you go to your doctor, ask for recommendations to a local clinic or rehab center that offers THC detox services. Check out online reviews for institutions with top reputations. The most ideal programs will tailor a program of treatment around your needs, allowing you to detox in peace. When you are ready, you can then focus on what led you to this addiction in the first place.

Within a few months, you may wonder why you ever used cannabis. With help from a quality THC detox center and your own dedication to healing, you will discover a new life free from addiction.

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