Paul Rosen, PhD
In the process of earning my PhD I spent over a decade in college and certain aspects of the college lifestyle stayed with me longer than others. When I transitioned to working full time I had to face the truth; marijuana was a crutch for me. I used throughout the day when I was a student and that was fine. Now that I became a child psychologist for a public high school, I had to do something. The withdrawals were making the days punishing for me. I felt depressed, sluggish and I lacked confidence because I knew I had a problem I didn't know how to handle. I spoke to my therapist about it and she suggested I check out Cannitrol. I had little faith, but I was willing to try anything that could help. The results came faster than I expected and I felt so much more alert and more positive. I just took a pill whenever I felt the need to smoke. At first I was taking 3-5 pills a day, but now I am just taking one or two. I'm happy to say, the crutch is gone and I owe it all to Cannitrol.