^Normally people who are heavy weed smokers can quit smoking weed with just a day or two of minor adverse effects. Even if they quit cold turkey they'd be fine without meds within a short time. The same can't be said about nicotine, alcohol, opiods or benzodiazepines. All in all weed addiction is a lot more psychological than physical.
That said, even psychological addictions can cause symptoms of withdrawal.
QFT. Speaking first hand as a heavy pot smoker, weed is definitely psychologically addictive for me
. Physiologically addictive not so much. Nicotine is the bane of my existence though, addictive in every way
Honestly when I first read the thread title, I pictured Goldie snorting coke off of some skank hooker's crack kinda like a family guy skit.
"Let them see that their words can cut you, and you'll never be free of the mockery. If they want to give you a name, take it, make it your own. Then they can't hurt you with it anymore." - Tyrion Lannister