As sad as it may be, but it's true. I ran into this problem myself. I started smoking weed in high school when I found my first job. About 40% of my savings went to this. All my friends quit smoking, but I couldn't, because I didn't want to. After a hard day at work, this was my only way to relax. In addition to all this, weed helped me cope with headaches and anxiety. They also helped me to concentrate on my work. When I realized that I was addicted, I was very scared and decided that I had to quit smoking. The advice from the forums did not help me. The only correct solution to my problem was treatment in the clinic. Over time, I gave up smoking, but did not want to give up the positive properties that affected me. I have been looking for a solution to this problem for a very long time. When I shared this problem with my friend, he advised me to use medical cannabis
. Thanks to the supervision of doctors, this does not cause any dependence and does not negatively affect the body.