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.
Can you get high off embalming fluid? How formaldehyde, methanol, and ethanol are being used as carriers for PCP here.
What can snorting heroin ho and what dangers are present? Can risks of snorting heroin be avoided? More on snorting heroin effects here.
Top 10 popular approaches in harm reduction for opiates. Also, a description of the harms of opiate and opioid use taken from the book, “Harm Reduction: Pragmatic Strategies for Managing High Risk Behaviors”. Your opiate harm reduction questions are welcomed at the end.
Where can you find the most up to date college drug use statistics? Top 5 sources here.
Psychiatrists drug test to make diagnosis, monitor your mental health treatment, or to diagnose possible addiction issues. More on why psychiatrists do (and don’t) drug test 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.
Psychiatrists may drug test prior to providing a diagnosis and treatment plan for a patient. But there is no single standard. In fact, drug testing during psychiatric treatment may be mandated by a court or is based on personal doctor choice. More on psychiatrists 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.