Dangerous Life-Threatening Man-Made Designer Drugs


Dangerous Life-Threatening Man-Made Designer Drugs

Synthetic cannabinoids are shredded, dried, leafy plant materials that have been sprayed with toxic, powerful mind altering chemicals. The unregulated mind-altering chemicals have unpredictable effects on the user.

Many people think synthetic cannabis is a harmless substitute for marijuana but they couldn't be more misinformed.


The chemical mixtures in synthetic cannabis are very different than those found in natural cannabis and they're extremely dangerous.

Synthetic cannabinoids are purchased in liquid form for vaporizing in e-cigs, hookah pens, vape pens or in colorful packages containing the sprayed plant materiel which users smoke in a joint, pipe or bong. Today, synthetic cannabinoid use is much more widespread, poisonous, potent and deadly.

Synthetic Cannabinoids

As synthetic cannabis continues to increase in use more and more people have overdosed because K2, Spice and other synthetic marijuana mixtures are laced with tremendously powerful lab synthesized chemicals.

Many synthetic marijuana users are ending up in the ER barely hanging onto life and sadly overdose deaths due to spice and other synthetic cannabinoids are sharply increasing in numbers every day.


Manufacturers of synthetic cannabinoids continually alter the toxic mind altering chemicals contained in their products increasing brand names their sold under as well. Synthetic versions of cannabis are far from harmless. Synthetic cannabis is man-made and the powerful life-threatening side effects are deadly and in no way, comparable to marijuana which is a natural plant. Synthetic cannabinoids are also known as:

  • Synthetic Marijuana
  • Synthetic Cannabis
  • Synthetic Pot
  • Legal Weed
  • Fake Weed

Continuously new versions of synthetic cannabinoids are manufactured and sold and today more than ever before, users are sadly playing Russian roulette with their lives. Synthetic Cannabinoid products are marketed under at least 500 different brand names, K2 and Spice are among the most common.

Synthetic Cannabinoid Use Side Effects

The side effects of synthetic cannabis are very unpredictable because the lab-synthesized chemicals contained in these products vary greatly. Even though chemical compounds are continuously altered in these products the mental, physical and behavioral side effects are unbelievably harmful and debilitating.

Users of Spice and other synthetic cannabinoids experience relaxation, euphoria and altered perception but because chemical compounds are so powerful the effects are very strong and intense. These pleasant symptoms though aren't what's sending countless users to the ER or leading to a lethal overdose. Below are the devastating and horrific effects destroying synthetic marijuana users lives.

Synthetic Cannabis Dangerous and Debilitating Side Effects

  • Coma
  • Stroke
  • Spasms
  • Nausea
  • Tremors
  • Vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Chest Pain
  • Brain Damage
  • Sudden Death
  • Heart Attack
  • Kidney Damage
  • Severe Anxiety
  • Extreme Paranoia
  • Severe Psychosis
  • Severe Headaches
  • Violent Behavior
  • Extreme Confusion
  • Severe Aggression
  • Suicidal Behavior
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Severe Panic Attacks
  • Extreme Hallucinations
  • Dangerously Rapid Heart Rate
  • Dangerously High Blood Pressure
  • Delusional Thinking and Behavior


Synthetic cannabinoids (spice, K2, fake marijuana etc.), contains deadly manufactured chemicals and sadly nationwide users are overdosing.

left quoteThe dangerous side effects are leading to extremely serious health complications, irreversible severe cognitive impairment and unfortunately death.right quote

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