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Right. - First off, treatment is for addictions. Addiction involves severe withdrawal symptoms that compel continuous use to be avoided. Marijuana doesn't have them so is not addictive.
These bogus "treatment" quacks (everyone in the psychiatry, psychology and "counseling" fields that work with marijuana) get most of their victims... I mean, "patients" ordered to them from the courts - not for any problem they have with marijuana, but simply for being "caught."
It's a viciously destructive scam. - Just one of the many built on the fraudulently enacted, marijuana prohibition.
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