Tolerance to Spice manifests as the need to smoke more Spice to get high. What are some other signs of Spice tolerance? We explore here.
Spice is a synthetic cannabinoid that produces symptoms that are similar to cannabis, but can cause dependence and withdrawal. Learn more about withdrawing from Spice here.
Synthetic cannabis dangers include rapid heart rate, vomiting, agitation, confusion, hallucinations, raised blood pressure, reduced blood supply to the heart and, in a few cases, heart attacks. More here.
Dependence on Spice is characterised by withdrawal symptoms when you cut back. More physical and psychological symptoms of Spice dependence here.
Looking for help for Spice addiction? Help comes in the form of Spice addiction identification, intervention, assessment, diagnosis, counseling and health care. More on how to find Spice addiction help here.
Spice works by affecting the brain, mimicking the effects of THC. More on Spice’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.
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.