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Filed Under (Marijuana Debate, Weed Advice) by Gary on November-30--0001

So why are thousands upon thousands of people rolling up 20, 50 and 100 dollar bills and smoking them away??

What exactly is it that we are addicted to with marijuana?

If you were to ask a tobacco company and they will tell you it is to do with the chemicals within the plant itself.

If you were to ask your government they will tell you the same old story.

So …. It’s the chemicals then?????

Holy smokes, how on earth does anyone know whether this is correct or not? Where is the proof? We have been told this, but there are no heavy facts that tell us this is true. And the exact same story is with tobacco …. any manufacturer of cigarettes will tell you that it is the chemicals that cause the addiction.

I’m here to share with you my own personal views. And I encourage you to keep asking the question …. WHY? Why is my opinion correct and why are tobacco companies correct?

Anyway, whilst you ponder over that, let me continue. I strongly believe that marijuana IS NOT an addictive substance. Instead I firmly hold the belief that it is the emotions that we are addicted too and not the drug itself.

Really think about this for a moment. It’s your emotions that tell you to keep coming back for another smoke, not the plant. It’s your emotions that are playing tricks with you… “Should I smoke now or later?” …. “When am I going to get my next hit?” etc.

If marijuana and tobacco are addictive – then why don’t passive smokers become addicted? They are inhaling the same stuff that you are, but it doesn’t get them addicted and wanting more.

Interesting stuff huh? Think about it whilst reading my free special report called “The HIGH Price of Marijuana Addiction”. Signup to receive the free report by visiting … http://www.cannabisaddicts.com – you’ll receive an instant download after confirming your email address.

Create a great week for yourself…

Gary

In a consumer society there are inevitably two kinds of slaves: the prisoners of addiction and the prisoners of envy

Ivan Illich