marijuana induces depersonalization. recreational drugs aren't a treatment for depersonalization syndrome.
They use marijuana and then immediately get depersonalization. For many people, marijuana will be the thing that pushes then over the edge into an anxious, dissociative, or psychotic episode. This has been empirically proven. Everyone's reaction to marijuana is different. Some people feel happy and more at peace. Some people get a clearer understanding of what their emotions are and what they want to do.Can you tell me what depersonalization is? Besides a disorganized bunch of symptoms that vary from person to person? When you say it “induces DP”, you’re looking at depersonalization like it’s something as acute and understandable as OCD. I think nobody understands DP because it’s not something fixed. There’s no model to understand what it is or why it comes and goes
As far as I know, there is no treatment. So why let anything get in the way of living your life? I smoke weed and I don’t have panic attacks. And I experience depersonalization symptoms
It's dose dependent, like all things. Delta-8 and Delta-9 are both THC. Delta-8 is in hemp and Delta-9 is in cannabis. Delta-8 comparatively gets you less high. You should go on Google instead of asking random people who will give you misinformation.I had never heard of it before I saw this CBD company with products with "Delta 8 THC". Apparently, it's a form of high that is stronger than CBD(obviously because CBD gives no high), where you remain clear-headed and focused. Apparently, it's legal for this company to ship Delta 8 THC products anywhere in the country. I'm just curious for those who have tried it - is it truly comparable to a normal THC high, or is it really a much more watered-down high?