I'm not a drug user (mostly because it's illegal and risks outweigh the benefits right now), but this stuff is legal and I've heard the effect is nearly that of marijuana.
It cost a bunch, like $60 for 3 grams. I know we have some users on this board and smokers too. So what's the lowdown on this stuff? Is it worth it? What kind of high can you expect?
Dont judge me bro!
is this the same as K2?
i've read k2 is extremely dangerous
have fun I guess...Spice is banned by some U.S. military commands, where the potential for its abuse has been recognized. Research has linked naturally produced marijuana to health issues, including schizophrenia. With synthetic marijuana being even more potent, it is frightening to consider its potential damage.
K2 can cause increased heart rate, loss of consciousness, paranoia, hallucinations and psychotic episodes. Users report that smoking small amounts results in intense highs comparable to smoking large amounts of marijuana.
Studies in 2008 revealed that users developed chemical dependencies, withdrawal and addictive behaviors. Increasing numbers of children are purchasing synthetic marijuana products because they are legal and easier to obtain than cigarettes.
Because of the various chemicals being used, these substances are difficult to regulate. But the DEA is determining whether some or all of these products need to be controlled. More research is definitely needed. With young people using K2 more, some states are not waiting for the DEA and are moving to ban it.
IIRC people have actually died from smoking this ****.
not death but here is something
A new product knocked a teenager from Polk County unconscious for five hours but those who sell it say it's mild and safe. K2 is supposed to produce a high similar to marijuana, but the teen we talked to got more than he bargained for.sounds safe to meThen his family got the scary phone call. Tyler had vomited, suffered seizures, and even quit breathing.
"The EMTs had dragged him out of this house on a gurney," said James Hartman, Tyler's father.
Tyler spent the night in ICU and remained unconscious for five hours, while his family waited and worried.
"They did blood work, and they done a drug test, and everything came back negative," said James.
Thankfully, he came out of it.
I hear peanuts are also unsafe.
Sure for some people who are predisposed to a reaction it will have unintended effects, however no research based claims (to my knowledge) have been made regarding its significant health dangers.
I do agree it should be outlawed since marijuana is illegal, and this has nearly identical effects..
Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you're wrong.
last I heard marijuana doesnt have the ability to cause seizures or unconsciousness.
another case of people going to the hospital:
nthetic pot, known on the street as K2 or Spice, was what put the teens in the hospital, Roswell Police Lieutenant James McGee said.
The hospital called the Roswell police, who sent an officer to investigate, McGee said. Officials ran the usual tests for methamphetamines, marijuana and cocaine, and all came up “negative,” McGee said.
“We were trying to figure out what they were on,” he said.
“After questioning them, they said they were smoking Spice, and at the time, our officers didn’t have a clue as to what Spice was.”