But most would consider that an opinion at this time. No long-term research is available on the specific formula. However, medically speaking, the effects for which spice k2 is used, i.e., hallucinations, are "bad." Any THC derivative has the potential for producing anxiety attacks, some of which may be lingering or long-term, and some research points to THC use as leading to schizophrenia in the long term.
It is illegal for children to purchase or consume K2 spice in the United States. K2 spice is a synthetic form of cannabis that is common in the United States.
K2 and spice are very similar. They have near the same effects and are both legalized. The difference is that they are from different plants and k2 doesn't show up on drug tests.
Lots and lots of water.
Obviously there is a lot of confusion here. The question is about K2, the synthetic weed, not a Diluadid 2 (which has the MARKING K2 on it). No, as far as I know there is no drug test for any synthetic cannabinoids, but I do hear they are developing one.
No. There are no illegal remants of spice. And when there was they take it out. Spice shows up on no test. You can always ask what they test for spice isnt one cause spice isnt illegal.
No. In October 2015, the Indiana Supreme Court upheld Indiana's Synthetic Drug Law. K2 is a synthetic drug.
yes. k2, spice and anything of that nature is considered synthetic marijuana.
They are testing for it now
no Rasta Spice is just a herbal blend. it has no chem spray its just a blend with a brand name on it. its insense
Yes spice does contain THC in it, and if consumed will make you turn in a positive test for THC.