- Synthetic cannabis
It used to be legal in the Uk, not sure if it is still. It was rubbish too. You had to buy dodgy grunge mags and peruse the adverts to buy it back in the 80’s.
Hmm, bit of reading suggests that Spice is now a class B drug.Posted 4 years ago
there seems to be a lot more out there though, online shops selling it.
It’s not sold as synthetic cannabis, but usually as incense of some kind. Over here we have stuff called Kronic and many other variations. Working in mental health it’s hard to assess someone’s mental state when their drug tests come back as 0 for THC but they’re quite clearly barking and paranoid ++.Posted 4 years agogofasterstripesSubscriber
Avoid like the plague.
Some of them are downright dangerous. I was given some free, and I threw it away after a couple of hours – it clearly was bloody dangerous for my brain. “Annihilation” was the brand, and I could feel it doing that to my brain cells.
I have heard the issue described as “The chemical being a full antagonist for the receptors in the brain.” It’s really completely screwing with a major part of your body’s signalling system, not just tickling it like the natural Cannabinoids [maybe the wrong term, but you what I mean] in a real dried plant.
I know a couple of people who it’s really messed up. One guy can’t smoke anything ever again because he freaks out totally now after using Spice.
AVOID.Posted 4 years ago
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