Dawn of the (Synthetic) Dope
Exploring the ‘zombifying’ effects of synthetic cannabinoids
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
Synthetic cannabinoids, such as “Spice” or “K2”, have exploded in popularity over the past decade. Over 150 synthetic cannabinoids are now known, each with differing potencies. These novel psychoactive substances bind to the same cannabinoid receptor as THC, but many do so with higher affinity and so result in stronger effects. The ‘zombie-like’ state that these compounds can induce when taken in large doses has become notorious.
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