When you think about it, it’s hard to choose between marijuana and ecstasy.
Both have their uses, but they have very different characteristics, and while ecstasy is highly addictive, marijuana has much lower potential for addiction.
The key difference is that marijuana has a much smaller therapeutic effect than ecstasy.
As you can see in the table below, recreational marijuana is only about 10-20% as effective as ecstasy.
Recreational marijuana has been shown to be more effective at reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety, and less effective at alleviating the negative effects of withdrawal symptoms, like nausea and vomiting.
Recreant marijuana can be used to treat anxiety and depression, and marijuana is also much less addictive than ecstasy, which means it’s an even better choice for people who just want to take it once in a while and have a relaxing, relaxing time with friends and family.
If you have a specific addiction and are concerned about the potential of marijuana as a treatment option, you may want to talk to a mental health professional about it.