Photo: Kronic a popular way for people to get past the drug laws and still have that “attitude Adjustment” when they need it. SOURCE: 109.com
Using poison chemicals that a person knows nothing about is ludicrous. It’s a crying shame that a “free” American has to stoop this low to keep a job or whatever just because he wants a joint to grab a quick attitude adjustment.
Problem is,when you put unknown chemicals in your body that were mixed by someone you don’t know that person might be only in it for the money. That’s ludicrous also. What’s to keep this “chemist” from putting anything in the phony weed to make more profit.
What we need, is to have access to the miracle drug that god gave us; not more chemicals to poison our bodies; all so the controllers and their pals can sell us their man made, money driven, poisoning goods without competition.
Young people. Don’t smoke this junk. Please. It ain’t nothing “like weed” cause’ Weed don’t KILL!. . . EDITOR
from Toke of the Town
One of the chief attractions of synthetic cannabinoids — which are, make no mistake about it, NOT “synthetic marijuana” or anything near it — has been that these substances don’t show up on conventional drug screening tests, which after all, aren’t designed to detect them. God knows they don’t have many attractions, and no stoner in his or her right mind would ever smoke these blends if real weed is available.
The Weird History of Synthetic Cannabis
Depending on where you live, scoring actual marijuana can be difficult and risky. But you can get synthetic Cannabinoids at your local gas station. You see them packed into small foil pouches, touting a legal reproduction of a natural high. Local and federal municipalities have taken lengths to remove many from sale, but more continue to pop up.
Why have some of these substances been deemed illegal? Are they as safe as marijuana? Also, is there an ingredient missing from these packages that would normally be a very active constituent of marijuana? Find out the truth about synthetic cannabis below. . . . Read Complete Report