Synthetic marijuana looks like dried and shredded herbs. The predominant colors are green and brown because the makers want it to resemble marijuana as closely as possible. The texture and smell of K2/Kush will also be different with each batch. The packaging of K2 is intentionally designed to attract attention. It is typically in shiny and colorful foil or tins, sometimes plastic bottles, and usually with a unique font that stands Relx Pods.
Kush sometimes comes in liquid forms for vape pens, but people can also find it sold away from tobacco, THC, or CBD-based products because it is often sold as potpourri or incense. Most users take K2 and Kush to feel effects similar to marijuana. Instead, however, synthetic marijuana can be inconsistent, as can the short-term effects.
Synthetic drugs have different side effects than the ones they imitate. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the few studies of K2conducted have proven that it bonds very fast and powerfully to the brain. Nonetheless, as previously stated, each batch of Spice can have different ingredients, making the effects dangerous, unpredictable, and different every time.
Synthetic marijuana is a relatively new drug, and long-term use studies are just starting to emerge. Young people using mind-altering drugs is especially concerning because brains are still developing in humans until 25. Habitual use of K2/Kush could have severe long-term health effects and exacerbate users’ mental illnesses.
If you or a loved one experiences severe effects, you should immediately seek medical advice or go to an emergency room. Thus, you must be honest with healthcare professionals when seeking help so they can treat you properly.