Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Answer to booze problems may lie in cannabis

Amanda Reiman, University of California, Berkeley, USA, carried out the study at Berkeley Patient’s Group, and found that 40 per cent of the 350 cannabis users quizzed resorted to the drug to control their alcohol cravings. The poll further discovered that 66 users consumed cannabis as a replacement for prescription drugs and 26 per cent for other, more potent, illegal drugs. If this was the first step in a twelve step program I might just say I'm an alcoholic. Then never get past the first step.

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