K2 works by affecting the brain and mimicking the effects of marijuana on the body. More on K2’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.
YES. K2 is addictive. We review what K2 is made of, and how you get addicted to K2 here.
YES. Spice is addictive. Learn what Spice is made of (synthetic cannabinoids sprayed on dried plants) and how you get addicted to Spice here.
Yes. Spice can be detected in urine. But Spice will not show up on a standard drug screen. More on Spice and drug tests here.
Maybe. It is possible to die from taking Spice. But Spice is a relatively new drug which is poorly understood. More on the adverse effects and systems affected by Spice here.
Yes, it’s possible to become addicted to K2. More on the dangers of K2 and what’s known about this relatively new drug here.
To date, synthetic weed is banned in certain countries and states. Here we review the top 5 reasons legal weed should be made illegal in all jurisdictions.
Synthetic weed has been tied to deaths in the U.S. Synthetic cannabinoids can be toxic – but quantities and ingredients are difficult to predict. More on the relationship between synthetic weed and adverse effects here.
Yes. Spice can get you high. In fact, synthetic cannabinoids can be more potent than THC. But smoking or drinking Spice can lead to hallucinations, intense anxiety or even death. More on Spice ingredients, and risks of taking Spice here.
No. Spice does not contain THC. Spice contains synthetic cannabinoids. Synthetics are structurally different than THC although they trigger similar reactions in the body. More on what’s in Spice here.