It takes from around 5-40 minutes for Spice to kick in depending on mode of administration. More here on Spice and its duration of effects.
Yes. Some chemicals found in Spice are are now classified as Schedule I narcotics, the most restrictive category under the Controlled Substances Act. More on Spice as a narcotic here.
Main symptoms of addiction to Spice include psychological dependence on Spice to carry out everyday activities, cravings, compulsion to use, and inability to stop smoking Spice. More signs and symptoms of Spice addiction here.
K2 effects can last few hours, but can persist for days or weeks after use. More on the factors that affect the duration of K2 and synthetic cannabinoids here.
Spice is a combination of synthetic, lab-produced cannabinoids that imitate THC that are used for euphoric effect. More on Spice uses and side effects here.
How long Spice lasts in your body depends on which synthetic cannabinoids are found in the Spice mixture. Its effects may last for hours to days, even weeks. More on Spice duration of action here.
Overdose on Spice can occur after one toke, or over a session of smoking. This is because Spice is unevely laced with synthetic cannabinoids that are optimized for psychoactive effects. More on how to recognize and cope with a Spice overdose here.
Spice addiction is a real medical condition. Here, we review methods of treatment for Spice addiction and invite your questions about how to find help.
Spice withdrawal symptoms include headache, feelings of desperation, cravings, nightmares, and/or tremors. More on what to expect during Spice withdrawal here.
Spice can be addictive and cause withdrawal syndrome in some users. Withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, elevated blood pressure, insomnia, nightmares, headaches, trembling, sweating, and nausea. More on withdrawal from Spice here.