Report Shows Syn-Ful Marijuana Linked To Psychosis

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Not that most need much of a heads up on synthetic marijuana — but a new published report from the “Journal of forensic science” goes into great detail as to the risks associated with smoking spice, or synthetic marijuana, as it’s more commonly known. The primary issue that these reports site is the lack of consistency in the active ingredients they use as a means to simulate marijuana. In addition to the ever rotating active ingredient list, they also suffer a serious labeling deficiency as to the quantity and chemical types within each brand of synthetic marijuana. The lack of consistency and quantity in any given product has the end result of the person consuming this synthetic garbage without being aware of exactly how much to consume, or what the outcome (quality of high ) might be.

As natural marijuana has somehow been perversely tied to synthetic marijuana, the “Journal of forensic science” — the most respected and widely circulated peer review science journal, has decided to weigh in on the topic of synthetic cannabinoids, versus natural cannabinoids. Unlike natural cannabinoids, the Journal of forensic science found that synthetic cannabinoids have an overwhelming propensity to ignite a significantly different behavioral outcome.

As the press confuses, for their own hyperbolic benefit, the crimes committed by synthetic marijuana users on those of just… “marijuana users,” the reality is … the active Synthetic ingredients are far different from natural cannabinoids. Take for example – a couple of weeks ago a man in Florida who thought that attacking a friend who was sound asleep with a butcher knife, was a rational thing to do. Of course it was only made rational to him, by the fact that he’d just finished smoking some Cloud 9 synthetic marijuana. As someone that has smoked natural marijuana for more than three quarters of their life, I have never felt an urge to do that. Most the time I can hardly get off the couch. How about our good old boy down in Texas? A report out of the Lone Star State,  goes into great detail regarding a man that decided his family dog would make a great snack… and decided to try and eat him while he was still alive… Sort of like dog sushi. The list of psychotic activities after the consumption of synthetic marijuana goes on and on.

Many of the synthetic marijuana manufacturers make it a point to change the types and quantities of synthetic chemicals that they apply to the array of different herbs and spices utilized in the manufacturing of this product; based on the variations of sprays applied, and herbs used, the sought after high has the ability to vary drastically from one use to another.

“Then God said, “Behold, I have given you every herb yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be meat for you;” (Genesis 1:29)

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times, some shall … speak lies in hypocrisy … commanding to abstain from meats which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth.” (Paul: 1 Timothy 4:1-3)  Source

 

Source: Marijuana.com

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  1. Aaron Parkour

    That’s fucking weird man, time to legalize to stop people from making that crap.

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  2. johnnygeek

    its funny they let this stuff roll out and don’t blink a eye,
    while a harmless substance will get your door kicked in and a flash bang thrown in your lap while you munch on doritos

    Reply
  3. Nohemi Morikawa

    While some people may dismiss herbal remedies as quackery, the use of botanicals is well rooted in medical practice. Ancient doctors methodically collected information about herbs and developed well-defined pharmacopoeias to treat a variety of ailments. More than a quarter of all drugs used today contain active ingredients derived from those same ancient plants.”.;,

    Ciao http://healthmedicinebook.comui

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