PGR Weed Withdrawals

PGR Weed Withdrawals

Can you get withdrawals from PGR weed? Find out what happens when your stop smoking PGR marijuana!

You can find PGR weed in Australia, New Zealand and all over the world! This chemical laced marijuana is one of the largest dangers for people buying weed on the black market.

Find out how to visually tell the difference with PGR weed here!

There is a lot of information available that explains everything you need to know about the dangers of PGR marijuana, the visual signs of chemical laced weed, and how harmful it can be, but what about withdrawals?

What happens if you find out that your weed is laced with PGR? If you stop smoking PGR marijuana, will you get withdrawals?

The reality is that these PGR chemicals on cannabis is what makes your body sick. Like alcohol addiction, even though its poisoning your body, after extended period of smoking PGR weed, you can get withdrawal symptoms.

The side effects and withdrawal symptoms that you can get after you stop smoking PGR weed include:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea
  • Headaches and migraines
  • much more

The most toxic PGR (Plant Growth Regulator) used on marijuana plants is the Paclobutrazol (PBZ), Chlormequat Chlorideare (CC) and Daminozide (Alar). These chemicals will be in the smoke and can cause a whole magnitutde of health issues.

Once you stop smoking, your body starts going into withdrawals and you will start experience all of the above symptoms.

Educate yourself about the dangers and visual signs of PGR marijuana, and how to avoid it by reading more below!

The Research, Science & Evidence

The effects of plant growth regulators on basic cannabinoids.

The characterization of Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs).

The effects of Plant Growth Regulators on yield and quality.

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