K2/Spice/Synthetic marijuana

Spice products are popular among young people; of the illicit drugs most used by high-school seniors, they are second only to marijuana. (They are more popular among boys than girls — in 2012, nearly twice as many male 12th graders reported past-year use of synthetic marijuana as females in the same age group.) Easy access and the misperception that Spice products are “natural” and therefore harmless have likely contributed to their popularity. Another selling point is that the chemicals used in Spice are not easily detected in standard drug tests.




  1. John Michels
    John Michels March 20, 2016 at 7:57 am - Reply

    Check out this recent article about the effects from the ‘Spice” drug and the expansion Tampa is seeing….definitley something to look out for!

  2. Ericka Warkins
    Ericka Warkins December 28, 2015 at 9:54 am - Reply

    K2 is very dangerous! What makes it dangerous is the withdrawals you get from it. I firsthand witnessed what it did to my cousin. She suffered suicidal attempts from not having it, shakes, vomiting, even going to the bathroom on herself. It causes black outs and fainting. it wont happen right away, but within time… it gets worse and worse.

  3. John Michels
    John Michels September 24, 2015 at 8:43 pm - Reply

    A national survey showed 4.0% of 8th graders;

    7.4% of 10th graders; and 7.9% of 12th

    graders used synthetic marijuana in the past

    year. (Source: 2013 Monitoring the Future Study, University of Michigan.)

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