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Smoked pot laced with meth, taking water and orange juice, getting better sleep and eating nicely

My son smoked pot laced with meth for about a month. He hasn t had any type of drug or stimulant in about 10 days. Will he still have a desire to use it again. All he is drinking is water and orange juice. He seems like himself more now than he has in a month. He is 39 years old. He is eating and sleeping better now also.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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Chances are that your son is addicted to pot and will use it again. Unfortunately, sometimes pot is laced with other things like LSD, meth, cocaine, etc. There is no saying whether he will crave the meth again (which is a highly addictive substance). Since he used it for so long, it is possible. If he has been clean for a while now, he should be safe from the toxic effects of the laced pot. However he will need long term help for dealing with the addiction he certainly has. I suggest you check the NIH drug addiction website for resources that may help your son. The address is Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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