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  • adj. Not addicting.

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Examples

  • If you first balance Mel's Dopamine levels (his primary neuorchemical or psychiatric diagnosis) with safe, non-addicting medications, you'll have a shot at correcting his resulting behavioral outbursts (his secondary diagnosis) that have scarred his life and reputation.

    Dr. David Kipper: Mel's Yells for Health Care Reform

  • It is not as effective as the prescription drugs, but it is also safer and non-addicting, and it may offer benefit for both anxiety and sleep.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • By that point in the cycle, there are respectable experts who say that cocaine is non-addicting and otherwise not all that harmful.

    Science Press Releases

  • And at that point in the cycle, there are certified experts who say that cocaine is (among other things) non-addicting.

    December 26th, 2005

  • First, the playground: The Playground is a page FULL of over a hundred links to fun, non-addicting games and websites for kids, several with "one computer-two player" games that I love the kids to play together.

    Review of Time4Learning.com

  • Methadrme, the most popular of the amphetamines, is non-addicting in the strictest sense of the word, producing no physiological withdrawal, though chugging back into the grey depot of life is a depressing trip that most find unbearable.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • The smokes had the reputation of being non-addicting, which for the most part they were -- but they were certainly habit-forming, which is quite a different thing, and not necessarily less dangerous.

    A Case Of Conscience

  • The fact is that most of you who are reading this article will probably believe that sentencing a person to prison for 35 years for the possession of a non-toxic, non-addicting, all natural substance that has proven anti-cancer capabilities is not really protecting society from anything dangerous.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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