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Mace: Is tear gas phenacyl chloride dissolved in hydrocarbon solvent to make tear gas. This gas was replaced by less toxic chemical oleoresin capsicum in usa, although older form is still in use in other countries. P.S.: i know all this from a close friend who worked for smith-wesson co. ...Read more
Your taste-buds: You don't have to add anything if you don't want to. Often spices add flavors to your foods and people want to taste different things. Some makes food smell good which can enhance appetite. For the most part, adding spices don't really add much health values to your foods, they just add flavors and make food less boring to consume--good food = a pleasure of life! good luck. ...Read more
Possibly: If not kept in air-tight containers, spices may invite insects. ...Read more
A while: Spice, aka "k2" is a synthetic cannabinoid. And, it is not legal. Almost all states have made it a felony to purchase, sell, distribute, or have on your person, this drug. As it is a fat soluable molecule, it can stay in your system for months. And it is not a safe drug to use. Reports are coming in of permantent organ damage, and permanent/ long term psychosis. So, stop using it! ...Read more
Can be very harmful: "spice" is not a single chemical; it is a term used to refer to several synthetic cannabinoids, or drugs that affect the same receptors as marijuana, and that are marketed under many names. However, the drug/s in "spice" have never been tested in humans and can be 1000x more powerful than marijuana. They can cause seizures, dissociation, severe anxiety, panic, psychosis, etc--sometimes chronic. ...Read more
"Spice" is the: Generic name for plant material laced with synthetic cannabinoids. There are currently over 140 synthetic cannabinoids on the market; spice is an unregulated mixture of any of these compounds. Both half life & duration of effect of synthetic cannabinoids tend to be longer than thc (half life 3-4 days). Depending on what test is used to detect, may take 8-10 half lives (24-40 days) to clear. ...Read more
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