The Addictionary Podcast

#145 PART VI of CannaChronicles with Adam Lundquist from Road to Recovery Treatment Center

September 23, 2019

#145 PART VI of CannaChronicles with Adam Lundquist from Road to Recovery Treatment Center, the first opioid addiction treatment center in Florida which accepts patients using medical cannabis. Maegan is joined by guest cohost Liz Jaylin (from episode #7 of The Addictionary podcast) and they have a true meeting of the minds. This discussion is an eye opening, invigorating, and collaborative conversation about harm reduction, flaws in the medical model, cannabis in recovery from opioids, what perspective means when examining recovery pathways, and the importance of individualized recovery. Visit or call 1-877-420 ROAD now to find out how you can set yourself or your loved one free from the struggle of active addiction.

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