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What are synthetic cannabinoids

Synthetic cannabinoids, sold as “Spice,” first appeared in Europe in 2004 and in the U.S. in 2008. Chemicals used to make synthetic cannabinoids, however, were created for experimental purposes decades ago. These include:
  • CP 47,497, named after Charles Pfizer of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, developed in the 1980s for scientific research.
  • HU-210, named after Hebrew University of Jerusalem where it was first developed in 1988. It is 100 to 800 times more potent than natural THC (the mind-altering ingredient in cannabinoids)
  • JWH-018 and others in the JWH series, named after Prof. John W. Huffman of Clemson University in South Carolina, created in 1995.
In 2010, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration used emergency powers to control these chemicals, and in 2012 a law was passed banning the substances found in synthetic Cannabinoids.
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Underground chemists then developed new experimental drugs, UR-144 and XLR11, that mimic the effects of cannabinoids, to replace those that had been banned. In 2013, UR-144 and XLR11 were made illegal, but by that time a new generation of synthetic cannabinoids had surfaced. The point is not whether these drugs are illegal. Studies show they are toxic and unsafe.
There are more than a hundred different varieties of synthetic “cannabinoids” that have been created so far. Because the chemical content is constantly changing, buyers never know what effects the drugs will have on the body.

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Typically, synthetic cannabinoids are sprayed onto plant matter and are usually smoked, although they have also been ingested as a concentrated liquid form in the US and UK since 2016.They have been marketed as herbal incense, or "herbal smoking blends", and sold under common names like K2, spice,and synthetic cannabinoids.So with this you can buyers online using the new name buy k2 spice online or buy synthetic cannabinoids online .
Are synthetic cannabinoids addictive? Yes, as with most other substances, a user will have a risk of becoming addicted to them. Regular users trying to quit may have the following withdrawal symptoms: headaches, anxiety, depression, and irritability.

Medication, as well as therapy have not specifically been tested for treatment of addiction to these specific products. Health care providers should screen patients for possible co-occurring mental health conditions. can you overdose on synthetic cannabinoids? It is very much possible. Overdosing occurs when one uses too much of a drug, which then results in a dangerous reaction such as harmful symptoms or even death. Usage of synthetic cannabinoids have resulted in toxic reactions, reduced blood supply to the heart, seizures, kidney damage, and elevated blood pressure.

If suspect a loved one using synthetic cannabinoids, and would like to perform a test, do have a look at our DrugSense range of drug testing kits.
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