I've been smoking spice for about 3 months now and I just barely started to get a mild headache that's lasted about 2 weeks. I stopped smoking spice 3 days ago but the headache hasn't gone away. Can smoking the chemical jwh-018 give me a brain tumor?
my cousin recently died we would smoke spice all the time we just got done smoking a bowl of spice resin and went inside to play xbox when he had a stroke right in front of my eyes he had a long history of heart surgery's and diebetes (diabetes) but could spice cause a 19 year old boy to have a stroke...or brain swelling?
If you have a question about the side effects of using a drug, that's fine, but we can not allow posts that encourage illegal activity. It's also safer for you if you aren't posting on the internet that you are using illegal drugs.
JWH-018 was made illegal on March 1, 2011. If you check the dates for the above posts, the latest one was made in Sept 27, 2010, at which point the drug in question was not illegal. Also, there are still several dozen Spice-style "Smokable Incense" products currently on sale which have similar effects, side-effects, and medical issues regarding their use and abuse so this is (in my opinion) still a relevant topic.
She was talking about other things that were deleted that the poster would know about and you would not. If it had been spice, the entire thread would have been removed.
If you have a response to the questions, then that would be helpful.
Hey i seem to have the same exact symptoms i smoked spice for about a year and about 3 to 4g's a day it has caused serious problems with my head all things from thinking straight to how smart i use to be and am now im kinda worried. i also have constant headaches problems with my memory and even paying attention and focusing.
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