University Looking For Marijuana ‘Addicts': Will Pay $150

Steve Elliott reports on Toke of the Town:

The University of Washington says it is looking for people who want to quit pot.

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The UW School of Social Work’s Innovative Programs Research Group is looking for 70 “marijuana-dependent adults” in the Puget Sound area to participate in a clinical research trial testing approaches for people who want to stop using cannabis, reports KING5.com.

The university says research has shown that nearly 3.6 million Americans use pot on a daily basis.

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  • WeedISGOODFORYOU

    The only people who get “addicted” to weed should only fix their “addictions” by KILLING THEMSELVES.

    Fucking idiots. Cannabis is about as addicting as a videogame and materialism. It’s all mental. MENTAL.

    I guess my country’s not really known for it’s people MENTAL capacities

  • WeedISGOODFORYOU

    The only people who get “addicted” to weed should only fix their “addictions” by KILLING THEMSELVES.

    Fucking idiots. Cannabis is about as addicting as a videogame and materialism. It's all mental. MENTAL.

    I guess my country's not really known for it's people MENTAL capacities

  • http://addictioncalifornia.com/marijuana-addiction Marijuana Addiction

    Marijuana is usually smoked as a cigarette
    (joint) or in a pipe. It is also smoked in blunts, which are cigars that
    have been emptied of tobacco and refilled with marijuana. Since the
    blunt retains the tobacco leaf used to wrap the cigar, this mode of
    delivery combines marijuana’s active ingredients with nicotine and other
    harmful chemicals. Marijuana can also be mixed in food or brewed as a
    tea. As a more concentrated, resinous form it is called hashish, and as a
    sticky black liquid, hash oil. Marijuana smoke has a pungent and
    distinctive, usually sweet-and-sour odor.

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