Dr. Anna Lembke is chief of the Stanford medicine, dual diagnosis clinic, and professor and medical director of addiction medicine at Stanford university’s school of medicine. Dr. Lembke has testified before Congress and consulted with governors and senators from Kentucky to Missouri to Nevada. You may also recognize her from her appearance on the hit Netflix movie, “The Social Dilemma.” Aside from this. Anna has also written two books, “Drug Dealer MD,” and her latest book, the New York times bestseller “Dopamine nation.”
Today on the show we discuss: Whether or not Dr. Lembke believes cannabis is a gateway drug, why cannabis is not a reliable solution for anxiety, how cannabis interacts with dopamine, why cannabis is both physically and psychologically addictive, how to deal with the withdrawals from quitting cannabis and why abstaining from it will make your life much better and more.
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