The Non-Physical Effects of Marijuana Poison

If a patient demonstrates one or more of these symptoms and signs, marijuana poison may be exerting non-physical effects:

The World Seems Toxic

Everything seems toxic.

Relationships may polarize and become corrosive.

Finding more and more faults in others.

Attracted to branches of psychotherapy that emphasize the toxicity and damage that relationships have caused them in the past.

Wants to cleanse her/himself.

Changes diet and becomes a Vegetarian or Vegan with a capital V.


Quirky and extreme healing regimes.

Recycling fanatic and champion for non-polluting energy sources.

Getting Silly

Gets silly when s/he’s high.

Increased Sexuality

Increased sense of sexuality when high. Sexual obsession. Compulsion toward pornography and pornographic behaviors. All contact is safe contact. Feels invincible. Wild sexual experimentation.

Weird and Scary

Strange timing and sense of social appropriateness. Seems weird and scary to others. Social difficulties. Problems in relationships. Decrease in social skills. Reduces the value s/he places on friends and responsibilities.

Confusion of Giving and Taking

Confusion of the roles of taking and giving.


Does anything to please others. Sucker who gets exploited. Forever falling in love and getting hurt.


At the deepest level of poisoning from unbalanced marijuana, the only thing the person identifies with in life is failure.

Treatments and Therapies

Qi Gong

Acupuncture and Herbal Treatments

The Marijuana Syndromes

More Resources

Cannabis has strong dose-dependent effects on sociability. This can include heightened sensitivity to subtle emotional cues, facial and bodily expression and an acute awareness of the dynamic energy of a group or group consciousness...

"I giggle a lot when stoned; I am silly, even though the situation is not that funny..."

This is only a brief synopsis of my findings. For extensive details on my research and how to balance and optimize the effects of cannabis using Traditional Chinese Medicine, please refer to

Marijuana Syndromes
How to Balance and Optimize
the Effects of Cannabis
With Traditional Chinese Medicine