You got the same high, but it was longer and intense.
Then, the kids started getting their hands on it, high school students going into the emergency room. Bans across the U.S. everywhere, these guys changing formulas every few months to avoid getting fined and shut down.
I always thought I was a pretty good moderator of what I do. Then, the addiction came; I started smoking all the time not just off work, but while at work.
10 grams every 3-4 days I was going through.
But now it all down through online secret groups or someone you know has access to the schemes and is making it in their home.
It’s unregulated; it’s even stronger than it was back when it came out because a lot of these guys are trying to differentiate themselves from the competition. I’ve overdosed a few times and woke up to find myself in my vomit.
But, when it has a hold on you, it’s high like crack, coke, and heroin. It has more cons than pros, but the one pro it has, is the high, so high, like with weed.
You can only get so high from smoking no matter how much weed you smoke you are bound to hit a ceiling of high, but with spice, you went even further (it felt).
It was about a month ago, I was out running errands, and I had a hot spot, it does thing subliminal to you. Sort of like LSD, acid, DMT.
I’ve been battling depression, suicide and a host of other mentally related illnesses.
I don’t know what made the thought cross my mind while I was on spice, but in my mind, I said what if I die right now? Next thing I know I woke up in the emergency room, I had totaled my car put it in a marsh.
It wasn’t until the CT scan that’s when I finally saw the effects of spice on the inside of my body.
I have a mass on my kidney, all of my stats blood levels, sugar levels, blood pressure, everything, and either I was way under or it was too elevated.
Drugs are drugs; you can moderate all you want but it’s going to kill you in the end. I’m done with spice, but I know the cravings will always be there.