Marijuana Detox

Struggling With A Marijuana Addiction?

Marijuana is a substance that is growing in popularity among many demographics in the United States. Without a medical prescription, marijuana is illegal to distribute and consume. If you or someone you know is in danger of using and/or abusing marijuana and you want to find help, there are treatment facilities that are available.

Why Marijuana Detox Is Necessary

Detoxification is important because it gets rid of the toxins in the body that are accumulated over the time of drug use. This helps your body to return to its natural chemical balances that it was at before the toxins made you feel dependent on the drug. Marijuana detox usually begins within 2-3 days after the last use, and can last a few weeks depending on the individual level of dependency.

Withdrawal Symptoms From Quitting Marijuana

Withdrawal symptoms are different for everyone. Symptoms are dependent on how long marijuana has been abused and the frequency of use. The following list consists of the most common withdrawal symptoms experienced while going through marijuana detox.

  • Insomnia
  •  Depression
  • Night terrors
  • Irritability
  • Loss of concentration
  • Headaches
  • Night sweats
  • Loss of appetite
  • Chronic fatigue

Consequences Of Marijuana Abuse

The following are consequences of the possession of marijuana as given by the DEA.

Penalties For Misdemeanor Possession Of Marijuana

  • Maximum of one year in jail
  • $2,000 fine
  • Suspended driver’s license of persons convicted of this offense for up to 90 days

Sentences may also include formal probation which can have serious implications for a student who is looking for employment outside the Mobile area. Probation includes random drug testing along with additional fees.

Penalties For Felony Possession Of Marijuana

  • Prison sentence of one year and a day to ten years.
  • Maximum fine of up to $5,000.
  • Trafficking charges may be administers for possession of a controlled substance resulting in higher prison and fine sentences.

If you or someone you know is in danger of these consequences, do not wait any longer to get help. has specialists’ available 24-hour-a-day to help you find the detox facility that is right for you. All we need is some simple information about your drug abuse and any personal preferences that you have about your future detox facility. All calls are free and strictly confidential.


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