Spice is a relatively new drug and there is still only a little that we know about the effects of long term use. Even with such limited scientific knowledge, we can say that Spice is a substance with gruesome consequences. More, here.
What is Spice addiction and how can it be treated? Read this COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE on addiction, rehabilitation treatment, and aftercare services for long-term recovery.
When you use Spice you can expect effects to peak anywhere from 10 to 45 minutes after consumption. More on the onset, peak, duration, and side effects of Spice here.
What does smoking Spice feel like? You will definitely feel a ‘high’, but at the same time you risk experiencing dangerous and even life-threatening consequences. More about smoking Spice, here.
Unlike natural marijuana, synthetic cannabinoids can be highly addictive. Explore this infographic to learn how Spice use can alter the normal functioning of the brain and cause addiction.
Using Spice or any synthetic cannabis products change the way your brain functions and can cause risky changes to your psyche, mood, and behavior. Check out our infographic on Spice’s effects on your brain to learn more.
A look at the most dangerous synthetic drugs used by kids in America from insider, former DEA agent, Warren Rivera. More on the risks and how parents can help prevent synthetic drug abuse here.
From altered perception, confusion, and paranoia to suicidal and homicidal ideation and actions, Spice is a potent drug that affects your brain and changes your behavior, mood, and personality. Explore this infographic to learn more.
Explore our infographic to learn the serious and risky effects Spice drug use can have on your body and physical health.
Synthetic marijuana is only called a “legal and safe high”. But, in reality, it binds to the cannabinoid receptors with a much higher potency and creates up to ten times stronger effects. REMEMBER THIS: Smoking Spice can be risky and dangerous to your health. The severity of side effects depends on which synthetic cannabinoids you […]