Prolonged cannabis use can result in high tolerance, dependence, and finally, addiction. With the legalization of marijuana and cannabis-related merchandise taking effect in 2016 underneath the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) (Proposition 64), the availability of marijuana is at an all-time high in Orange County. Historically, marijuana (also referred to as weed) was thought to be non-addictive; we now know that to be wrong. And similar to alcohol, there may now be a greater danger of overusing and becoming addicted to marijuana. Marijuana is now more potent (and, due to this fact, more addictive) than it ever was beforehand. The reality is that marijuana is addictive and that medical detox is commonly essential to alleviate the more extreme symptoms of withdrawal. If essential, treatment might be given to alleviate the extra severe aspects of withdrawal.