Marijuana AddictMale,36,married.Due to bad society became addict of marijuana since last 10 years.
Please suggest an effective remedy.God will give the reward.
mrbaig on 2011-08-06
Homoeopathy is not a short cut. It is not an 'easy way out'. You must work hard to give up and addiction, and it is usually better to enter some kind of program, or work with a counsellor or other worker who can support you through the process. Some homoeopaths can double in this role, so they can prescribe a variety of remedies to help you overcome the REASON you became an addict. That is what needs to be done, or you will simply go back to smoking since the motivation to do so is still there.
Addiction is one of the more difficult problems I treat in clinic, and it takes a LOT of commitment from the patient, and a lot of honest apraisal of their innermost feelings and their behaviour. But with homoeopathy to help, it can be done, and it can be done permanently.
Do not let someone fool you into thinking that there is a simple answer in homoeopathy, like taking Cannabis indica the homoeopathic remedy made from marijuana. If this does anything at all, it can harm the patient.
For any addiction, you must remove the things that stimulate the desire. You must change your life so that the addiction is not being enabled, either by other people who are also addicted, or even family members who for one reason or another get something out of you staying addicted. Find someone in REAL LIFE not on an internet forum who can support you, and watch you to make sure you don't slide back. There are many support groups for people with addictions, many of whom consiste of ex-addicts themselves.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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