Hi, I’ve been using spice for some years now, on and off.
When I stopped smoking this crap a few times back, I did not have any withdrawal symptoms.
I’m thinking it is because of the R.C. (research chemical) that was used then, but I recently found some other brand in a nearby head shop and started again.
After a few weeks, I started feeling weird (stomach pains, weird feelings) when I didn’t smoke.
When I smoked, the symptoms went away, but I still felt weird.
That is when I knew it was this new crap.
I’ve been clean for 4 days now, and the symptoms are getting easier to handle.
Finally I have an appetite, but I have diarrhea.
I can sleep, but feel uneasy at times.
If you are reading this because you want to quit, man, just do it.
I will never touch any synthetic crap again (I had a very ugly situation a year ago, and still was dumb enough to think I can handle this) and I will tell whenever I see a store selling this crap.
This is NOTHING like nature’s weed. Nothing.
It will destroy your family, friends and if you let it, it will control your life.
I am a functional person, with a very steady job (with a good reputation I might add).
I started using this for the obvious reason of job drug tests.
For me, nature’s weed is really easy to find and buy. But again- I cant.
So if you are in the same boat as I am, do yourself, your family, your loved ones, a favor: Stay away from this crap.
Nothing good can come out of this. I know this cause I’ve had my share of falls.
And let me tell you another tip. Your family WILL be your strength. They will help you!
Do not wait until it is too late. Hopefully it is not to late for me.
Keep on swimming, until the world understands that the real thing is really God’s gift to us.
-A fighter just like you!
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