28 Feb 2010
It is not habit forming so to speak, but, it does need to be tapered down instead of going off cold turkey. It does affect the brain chemicals and abruptly stopping it can cause them to stay unbalanced. If you still have some left, take some of it and slowly decrease your usage.
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