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Spice was actually a government-sponsored cannabinoid stimulation experiment that began in the 1980’s. In 1993, this got a little more complicated. A government and academic researcher at Clemson University named John Huffman published the formula for a compound he called JWH-018. It was one of many chemical recipes he perfected in a book called “The Cannabinoid Receptors.”

And herein lies their danger.

Customers are exposed to a number of significant and persistent dangers.

WHAT IS THE THREAT?

This is also precisely why the drug can produce such toxic effects.

Synthetic cannabis is commonly known as “Spice” or “K2.” Although many people seem to believe these drugs are “safe,” nothing could be further from the truth.

The first reason people use Spice tends to come from lack of access or proper education concerning cannabis. Many people use these concoctions because they think it will help them pass drug tests, or that Spice is somehow “safer” than the actual cannabis plant.

By late 2008, JWH-018 was first identified by a forensic lab in Germany. The manufacturer had sprayed this synthetic cannabinoid onto plant leaves. He then sold it as a product called “Spice.”

1.) Buy or Make Colloidal Silver – The article below will teach you how to make colloidal silver at home, as well as show you where to buy it if you don’t want to make it (it’s actually pretty cheap!). It’s basically a solution of silver suspended in water and is available online and in health stores as a dietary supplement.

Feminized seeds come from two female plants being bred together, causing all offspring to be female

When you’re ready, change to a 12/12 light schedule in order to initiate flower formation. For photoperiod plants, wait until your plant is 5-6 weeks old before initiating the flowering stage. Some young plants seem to have trouble (and take much longer) to go through the feminization process, and their pollen may not be as fertile, so start with a more mature plant.

Important! Keep spraying daily until pollen sacs open up. Don’t stop spraying early, even if pollen sacs appear to be already formed, otherwise they may not produce much pollen!

As soon as you change the light schedule (and maybe even a day or two before) start spraying your plants thoroughly with colloidal silver at every bud site you want to form into pollen sacs.

There have been cases of multiple poisonings in a particular geographical area in a short period of time, finding in many cases a common synthetic cannabinoid. As in Russia in 2014, there were more than 600 hospital emergencies for this reason during 2 weeks, 15 of which ended in death. In 2016 something similar happened in New York and other areas of the USA, it caused a lot of international impact because it was called “Zombie Burst“.

Being THC-like molecules, it activates cannabinoid receptors, but the effects are not the same as those of regular cannabis. Synthetic weed is actually thought to act more powerfully on these receptors in the human body, but there have really been too few studies on this subject to draw any conclusive results.

Image of a K2 package of synthetic weed*

⛳ Can you overdose?

The point is that the effect is not pleasant, no creativity, motivation or happiness as cannabis can cause in its natural state. It’s like sniffing glue and waiting for the effects of magic mushrooms, something pointless.

Synthetic weed has made headlines around the world because of the devastation it has caused in several countries. This new drug has spread like wildfire around the world, causing a number of deaths, heart attacks, strokes, etc.

The false safety feeling that we feel by calling that substance synthetic cannabis is responsible for the dangers associated with it. But it is not like that, this substance is not cannabis, it is not fun and it is not medicinal, however its consumption can take you to the hospital or even worse, it is for these reasons that we decided to create this post.

The answer is yes, synthetic weed can be detected in urine, saliva and blood, just like regular cannabis. If you are in a profession where you get blood tests, you are sure to test positive, just like if you are an athlete it would appear in the anti-doping test.