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K2/Spice

WHAT IS K2?

Just two of the many trade names or brands for synthetic designer drugs that aim to resemble THC—the primary euphoric component of marijuana—are Spice and k2 spice spray. These creative synthetic pharmaceuticals belong to the family of narcotics known as synthetic cannabinoids, which are frequently sold and promoted as “herbal incense” or “potpourri.”
Synthetic cannabinoids are chemical substances made in a lab rather than being organic. Law enforcement has come across hundreds of distinct synthetic cannabinoids marketed as “legal” substitutes for marijuana since 2009. Because of their psychotropic qualities, these products are abused, and their packaging lacks information about the hazards to their health and safety.

Small convenience stores, head shops, petrol stations, and online retailers both domestically and internationally sell synthetic cannabinoids. The reason behind labeling these products as “not for human consumption” is to protect the producers, wholesalers, and retail dealers from facing criminal charges. This kind of marketing is just a way to get the general people to have widespread access to potentially harmful, psychoactive chemicals.

WHAT IS ITS ORIGIN?

The great majority of synthetic cannabinoids are produced in Asia without regard to quality control standards or manufacturing criteria. The bulk powdered substance is illegally imported into the US usually under false pretenses and isn’t really needed for industrial or medical purposes.

What are common street names?

Drug makers attempt to appeal to and seduce children and young adults by labeling these items with exotic and grandiose packaging, which results in a multitude of street names for synthetic cannabinoids.
Spice, K2, Blaze, RedX Dawn, Paradise, Demon, Black Magic, Spike, Mr. Nice Guy, Ninja, Zohai, Dream, Genie, Sence, Smoke, Skunk, Serenity, Yucatan, Fire, Skooby Snax, and Crazy Clown are just a few of the numerous street names for K2/Spice synthetic marijuana.

What does it look like?

To create the “herbal incense” goods, these chemical compounds are often found in bulk powder form and are dissolved in solvents like acetone before being applied to dried plant material. Local distributors package the medication for retail sale after applying it to the dry plant material. This technique is carried out without regard for the user’s safety or pharmaceutical-grade chemical purity criteria because these goods have no recognized medical application. It disregards any safety precautions that may guarantee a consistent concentration of the potent and hazardous substances in every container.

Because of the medicine packaging’s disregard for public safety and frequently observed “hot spots,” users may unintentionally consume a highly concentrated part of the medication, which can have major negative health effects. It is also possible to dissolve the bulk powder in a solution meant to be used with vaping devices such as e-cigarettes.

How is it abused?

Smoking (with a pipe, water pipe, or rolling the drug-laced plant material in cigarette papers) is the most popular method of administration, and it can be facilitated by spraying or combining synthetic cannabinoids with plant material. Apart from the cannabinoids infused in plants and marketed as incense and potpourri, liquid cannabinoids are also intended to be inhaled using disposable and reusable electronic cigarettes.

What are its overdose effects?

Abuse of synthetic cannabinoids has been linked to severe side effects such as agitation, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, stroke, coma, and death from heart attack or organ failure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have also reported that a number of patients who smoked synthetic cannabinoids experienced acute renal injury that required hospitalization and dialysis.

Which drugs cause similar effects?

Although THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, is being replaced by synthetic cannabinoids, which are far more potent and have been proved to have more severe negative effects than THC itself.

What is its effect on the mind?

The usage of these synthetic cannabis derivatives is linked to dependence, withdrawal symptoms, and acute psychotic episodes. Some people have experienced severe hallucinations. Other side effects from smoking goods laced with these chemicals include extreme agitation, disordered thinking, paranoid delusions, and violent outbursts.

What is its effect on the body?

The misuse of herbal incense items containing these synthetic cannabinoids has been linked to negative health impacts, prompting state public health and poison departments to issue warnings. Among these side effects were pallor, numbness, tingling, agitation, hallucinations, unconsciousness, tremors, seizures, tachycardia (fast heartbeat), increased blood pressure, and vomiting. This is on top of the many poison control and public health institutes that have already released advisories on the misuse of these synthetic cannabinoids.

What is its legal status in the United States?

These drugs have been shown to have negative health consequences and no recognized medical use in the US. Acting either by legislation or regulation, 43 chemicals are currently specifically categorized as Schedule I substances under the Controlled chemicals Act. Moreover, a large number of additional synthetic cannabinoids fall under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act because they satisfy the criteria for a “cannabimimetic agent.”
Numerous artificially produced cannabis products, such as “incense,” “potpourri,” and other items, are being marketed as non-controlled substances. However, under the Controlled Substance Analogue Enforcement Act, which permits non-controlled pharmaceuticals to be classed as Schedule I controlled substances if certain requirements can be met, synthetic cannabinoids may be prosecuted.

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  • Unit Type: piece
  • Package Size: 25cm x 32cm x 5cm (9.84in x 12.60in x 1.97in)
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