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Synthetic Cannabinoids List

synthetic cannabinoids list are synthetic chemical compounds that can produce similar effects to those of the primary cannabinoids found in cannabis. By far the most common and well-known of these compounds is JWH-018.

 

What are synthetic cannabinoids?

Synthetic cannabinoids are chemicals that mimic the action of the main cannabinoids in cannabis, but with different chemical structures and/or concentrations of compounds. They typically have similar effects to the primary cannabinoids, which are the psychoactive substances in cannabis. Synthetic cannabinoids mimic the effects of these active cannabinoids in various ways, by binding to cannabinoid receptors in different ways (e.g., weak partial agonists), by acting on the same or different neurochemical receptors

What does JWH 018 look like?

JWH-018 is the #2 cannabinoid found in black market products. It is a white or brown crystal that comes in pellets, with each pellet containing a moderate dose. It smells strongly of citrus, especially orange. It looks like bubblegum, and has a consistency more like talcum powder. What about the legal issues? In the United States JWH-018 is classified as a Schedule I drug in the Controlled Substances Act (an extremely high level of regulation). Because of this, JWH-018 is considered to be the most harmful marijuana derivative in existence. In fact, it is so harmful that it has been banned in more than 20 countries around the world. It has also been banned in the UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Norway, and Italy. Why don’t we all just move to Canada?

What are the long-term effects of JWH-018 use?

As JWH-018 cannot be measured in the body, long-term effects on users have not been studied. Where can I buy JWH-018? The US military has banned JWH-018 from its inventory due to its addictive potential. * NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse), National Institutes of Health, has announced that it does not recommend the use of synthetic cannabinoid substances and recommends that physicians and patients discuss the use of synthetic cannabinoid drugs with their health care providers. For more information on synthetic cannabinoids visit: http://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/synthetics How do I get JWH-018?