After several years of use, anyone can develop an addiction. When this consumption becomes a habit, and if the intake is so commonplace that it becomes systematic, it can lead to a greater tolerance of the substance in question. Depending on a number of circumstances, these factors can lead to a desire to consume more in order to achieve the intended effects and, therefore, lead to an addictive disorder.
When we talk about withdrawal syndrome, we are referring to the symptoms caused by a break in the consumption of some substance in our bodies. In the case of marijuana, the withdrawal syndrome is much milder than with other drugs, including more common ones like alcohol. In fact, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, known as Delirium Tremens is one of the most serious and can have consequences such as death.