Anxiety no problem for long time tokers

Postby SpectateSwamp » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:49 pm

You won't find any experienced tokers that complain about anxiety.
It just doesn't happen.

Newbies need to be taught how to smoke pot. Otherwise they will get scared and never try the herb again.
and that is a problem. They will miss out on all the beneficial properties.

Pot cures anxiety I'd say.
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Postby quietvoice » Mon Aug 28, 2017 5:41 pm

SpectateSwamp wrote:You won't find any experienced tokers that complain about anxiety.
It just doesn't happen.

Newbies need to be taught how to smoke pot. Otherwise they will get scared and never try the herb again.
and that is a problem. They will miss out on all the beneficial properties.

Pot cures anxiety I'd say.

How much of this addictions forum have you read?
What is your point in posting here?
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Postby SpectateSwamp » Tue Aug 29, 2017 6:49 pm

quietvoice wrote:How much of this addictions forum have you read?
What is your point in posting here?

Not much but I have been around tokers for over 50 years
The anxiety thingie is way overblown and with experience you don't get anxiety from pot
Unless you get pulled over by the fuzz.

Oh I can't know anything about addictions because I don't spend all day reading this dumb forum....
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Postby quietvoice » Tue Aug 29, 2017 6:58 pm

SpectateSwamp wrote:The anxiety thingie is way overblown and with experience you don't get anxiety from pot
Unless you get pulled over by the fuzz.

How about heavy smoking over a long period of time? You don't think too much of something has an effect?

You're posting on an addictions forum. What experience do you have in being addicted to cannabis?
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Postby SpectateSwamp » Tue Aug 29, 2017 7:04 pm

[quote="quietvoice"
How about heavy smoking over a long period of time? You don't think too much of something has an effect?

You're posting on an addictions forum. What experience do you have in being addicted to cannabis?[/quote]

Long term smoking pot.
Greater lung capacity
No disease that is cured / prevented by pot and that is lots and lots

I was addicted to tobacco but not pot. I just love it.

Too many people talking about Pot and not knowing anything I'd say.
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Postby quietvoice » Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:48 pm

SpectateSwamp wrote:I was addicted to tobacco but not pot. I just love it.

If you're saying you love cannabis, and that's all . . . how do you know you aren't covering up withdrawal symptoms by using?
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Postby Soberchic » Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:35 am

Spectateswamp you sound like a 15 yr old that just started smoking weed...not someone whos been around weed for 50yrs. Lol why would you even waste your time on here if you love weed..
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Postby SpectateSwamp » Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:58 pm

Put a alcoholic a smoker and a pot head in a room without their favorite goodie and you will quickly see who and what addiction is. I guarantee you it will not be the pot head that is all agitated and uneasy. Yup pot does not have any side effects.
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Postby quietvoice » Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:09 pm

SpectateSwamp wrote: Yup pot does not have any side effects.

Yup. Keep dreaming.
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Postby SpectateSwamp » Wed Aug 30, 2017 2:17 pm

Any discussion about pot without long time tokers is just uninformed.
I am informed very informed.
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Postby Soberchic » Wed Aug 30, 2017 2:31 pm

Its funny you say that spectateswamp because im all of the above im an addict all around i first got clean from opiates alcohol benzos and crack over 5 yrs ago.. And finally quit weed over a year ago and changed my date in my AA group like many others. It addiction so your wrong. I know by experience along with many others..i smoked heavily for 18yrs and you bet your A** i had withdrawals from it. Different drug different withdrawal but still an addiction..get off this forum and go join an I Love Weed forum
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Postby Furtive » Wed Aug 30, 2017 4:22 pm

No, let them come here and say whatever they want.
Sounds like spectateswamp is just starting to address the issue

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Postby SpectateSwamp » Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:45 pm

Some people are addicted to talking or sickness itself.
I know tons of tokers and not one of them would say they are hooked. Nope none.
I've heard all kinds of things being blamed on smoking pot. Rubbish. people were screwed up before pot and will continue to be. Anybody talking pot and not loving it has to be wrong.
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