Alcohol, heroin, cocaine, crack, crystal meth, even prescription drugs -- all are affiliated with addiction. Marijuana, whose street name is pot, weed, reefer, mary, smoke, herb, dope, spliff (the list goes on and on), is not usually associated with serious addiction. Although it is illegal to sell or buy marijuana in The United States, unless medically prescribed, it remains the most popular high of choice, next only to alcohol. Studies show that reports of addiction to this depressant/stimulant drug is increasing rapidly. How do you know if you're addicted to this drug? And how do you get treatment for marijuana addiction? If the substance takes over your life -- becomes the center of everything that you think, do and feel, there is a good chance you are addicted. If your job or school is suffering because of marijuana, there is a good chance you are addicted. If you wake up in the morning and plan your day around the next time you can get to smoke, there is a good chance you are addicted. If you have health, financial or legal problems because of this drug, there is a good chance you are addicted. If your personality changes or you have black outs after you get high, there is a good chance you are addicted. Here are some steps you can take if you feel you have a problem and need treatment for marijuana addiction.