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What are the risks of JWH-018 use?

JWH-018 has been suspected of causing seizures and convulsions in rare cases (usually in non-regular JWH users) via blocking GABA neurotransmission more efficiently than THC. When taken in excess, cannabinoid receptor full agonists can be dangerous to the user. What are the risks of JWH-018 use?

What is JWH-018?

JWH-018 is a derivative of the synthetic cannabinoid phenethylamine 1-(1,3-dimethoxyphenyl)-N-ethylamphetamine (PCE), often called ‘angel dust’ and ‘ice’. It is usually sold as a white crystalline powder (see image below) that comes in various plastic and glass containers. The packaging often has warning labels warning of its use by minors, so make sure to check the ingredients before you take it. JWH-018 typically comes in doses of 1-4mg which you should take with caution due to its potency. JWH-018 commonly shows up on the illegal drug markets due to its comparatively high potency. In 2007, JWH-018 started appearing as a research chemical in the American underground research chemical scene due to its potency.

What is the effect of JWH-018?

Despite what some users may claim, users of JWH-018 consistently report an increase in energy, increased libido, and an increase in sexual appetite when compared to use of THC and other cannabinoids (Perry et al., 2003). JWH-018 has been found to have higher amounts of the chemical 7-OH-THC than other cannabinoids. This probably explains why JWH-018 has been increasingly associated with crimes of rape and murder (Washington Post, 2004). A study that examined a non-medical synthetic cannabinoid called ‘”JWH-018” was conducted at the University of Maryland. Researchers did not know exactly what they were dealing with when they began the study. The first thing that they noticed was a difference between the effects of JWH-018 and THC.

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 Is JWH 018 Most Commonly Called?

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What Is JWH 018 Most Commonly Called? What Is JWH 018 Most Commonly Called? Designer cannabinoids including JWH-018 (1-pentyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole) , AM-678, JWH-073, JWH-200, and (C8)-CP 47,497 were first discovered in ‘herbal smoking mixes,’ and are now offered under a variety of names, including K2, fake marijuana, Yucatan fire, skunk, moon rocks, and others.1-pentyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole was discovered […]

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