Report Pennsylvania will allow cannabis to treat opioid addiction in Stories From the Theater of the War on Drugs A blog by Michael Komorn in General Posted Friday at 12:34 PM On 1/21/2021 at 7:04 AM, PayneEdward said: As long as it helps treat the addiction. I am not so sure that marijuana is not addictive though. I know several people who went through rehab at https://promis.co.uk/ in order to stop being addicted to smoking marijuana. I have tried several times and from my experience it is even more addictive than cigarettes. On the next day I was already craving another joint. As for substituting one drug with another, well I am not sure what to think of it. Of course addiction is in the mind of the addicted. You can convince yourself of most anything. However, the poisonous compounds in cigarettes were added to achieve addiction for the user to assure future profits for the cigarette companies. It's proven fact. God didn't make cannabis to make money. Therefor, there are no seriously addictive compounds in it. Just natural compounds that are easily broken down by your body and can be seen as addictive as a natural sugar. Be very careful because we are best at fooling ourselves and addiction is one of those things that a positive mental attitude can overcome quite easily, especially from a plant in it's natural form.