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Can smoking spices cause irregular heart rate/ heart problems?

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

"spice" contains synthetic cannabinoids sprayed onto various herbs which may or may not be as labeled.
They are stronger than "regular" marijuana. Users experience a high which can include hallucinating, rapid heart beat, high blood pressure, excessive sweating, extreme agitation, unpredictable & violent behavior, and rigidity. The compounds do not show up in current drug screenings.

In brief: Yes

"spice" contains synthetic cannabinoids sprayed onto various herbs which may or may not be as labeled.
They are stronger than "regular" marijuana. Users experience a high which can include hallucinating, rapid heart beat, high blood pressure, excessive sweating, extreme agitation, unpredictable & violent behavior, and rigidity. The compounds do not show up in current drug screenings.
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Dr. Deepti Saxena
Holistic Medicine

In brief: Could be

Would be nice to get annual physical check up done to know the real cause.

In brief: Could be

Would be nice to get annual physical check up done to know the real cause.
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