What Is Cannabis Spices And Why Is It Dangerous


The term “cannabis spice” refers to a variety of herbs and spices that have been laced with synthetic cannabinoids like THC. Spice first appeared on the European drug market around 2004. It was not banned in the UK until 2009, after which more than 100 other synthetic cannabinoid compounds were discovered.

The Spice market can be found online or at some gas stations, convenience stores, grocery stores, and even drug paraphernalia shops. It’s usually packaged in small glass jars or plastic packages with colorful labels displaying images of lollipops or candy corn on them. The containers may also display logos from popular brands like Listerine and Snickers that associate themselves with being cool rather than dirty.

The Aim To Make Spices

Spice is a mixture of herbs and man-made chemicals that have been designed to mimic the effects of cannabis, such as JWH-018 (Jamaican Jackyweed) and JWH-019 (Cayman Jack). The aim is to make it appear as if you’ve taken something more potent than your average joint or cigarette to get you high. This can be dangerous because some people who use this drug have difficulty telling how much they’re taking at one time. They may end up overdosing on spice alone!

Use of Synthetic Cannabinoids

Whilst synthetic cannabis mimics exist for a number of reasons, the most common reason for their use is to get high. For those who are unable to access natural cannabis for any reason, this may seem like a way to achieve that. The fact there is no legal age limit and it is relatively easy to obtain (online) appears to be another drawcard for youth.

The use of synthetic cannabinoids has been on the rise since 2014 and has increased significantly since 2016 when they accounted for just over one in ten drugs detected by police forces across England, Scotland, and Wales.

Spice can help you pass a drug test

But, that’s not the only reason why people use spice. It can also be helpful if you want to show up clean on a drug test. That’s probably why it’s popular among athletes and teenagers who are hoping to avoid being caught by random schools or sports programs testing for drugs. Spice is not a safe alternative to cannabis. It contains synthetic cannabinoids which are known for causing side effects including nausea, vomiting, and dizziness (and sometimes even seizures). If you do decide that spice is your best option when trying to avoid drug testing at work or school then I would recommend being extra careful when consuming this substance because there have been several cases where people have been hospitalized after overdosing on spice!

Addiction of Spice

Spice addiction has become more common in recent years due to its popularity among young adults who find themselves struggling with substance abuse issues while still living at home with their parent’s permission until they’re 18 years old or older if they’re lucky enough!

Properties specific to each version of spice mean that the active chemicals could take effect in 10 minutes or they could take up to an hour and a half. The length and intensity of the experience vary by person and product formula, but highs last two to four hours before coming down.

The first appearance of cannabis spice on the European drug market around 2004 caused quite a stir among users. It was seen as an easy way to get high without having to smoke or vape. The fact that most people thought it was legal means that it was widely available at low cost, which made it even more appealing for casual users who didn’t want to bother with more serious substances like cocaine or heroin.


To sum up, there are several things to know about cannabis spices. First of all, they are not legal in any country that has banned synthetic cannabinoids and can be dangerous when abused. Second, they’re often sold online or through a friend or relative who may not have the best intentions when adding these chemicals to your food or drink. Finally, if you do decide to try it out yourself then make sure that you know what’s in the product before consuming it because some products contain more than others and some people may react differently than others depending on their sensitivity levels towards certain ingredients like THC.

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