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Frequently Asked Questions About Marijuana

One of the most common misconceptions about marijuana is that it’s not an addictive substance, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Marijuana is one of the most widely used and socially accepted drugs on the market, but that isn’t an excuse to remain ignorant about it effects on the human brain and body.…

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Ecstasy addiction

Frequently Asked Questions About Ecstasy

Ecstasy addiction has become a prevalent issue in our society as an increasing number of young people tend to imbibe the drug at various social events. While this drug has been making the rounds for decades, it began to resurface and gain greater momentum in the rave and late-night clubbing scenes that were popular in the mid to late-1990s. Since...

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hallucinogenic drug DMT

Frequently Asked Questions About DMT

The hallucinogenic drug DMT has existed for thousands of years. Even though it’s traditionally used in religious and spiritual ceremonies to render powerful awakenings and connections to divine forces within nature, it’s considered an illicit substance. Since there’s still a lot that’s unknown about DMT abuse and how it can adversely affect the mind and body, we’ve prepared an informative...

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Do I Need a Toronto Drug Rehab?

If you are struggling with drug addiction, you may have tried to put a stop to this addiction with no success. It is also very likely for you to come to the realization that you may need a Toronto drug rehab in order to do so. But not every drug addict, for example, needs an inpatient drug rehab to get better....

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What Is Carfentanil and What Should You Know About It?

The opioid crisis in North America has reached unimaginably levels in the past few years. To put this into perspective, in 2002 opioids were responsible for less than 15,000 deaths, but by 2015, that number more than doubled to 30, 000 in the United States alone. Opioids are the most popular and effective painkillers on the market and are often...

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