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Re: “How I Became Addicted To And Finally Quit Smoking Herbal Incense” – JB

This is no way spice sorry you need to see a dr.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Wednesday 11:43 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

I have never heard about 1 or 2 hits 3 months ago causing this maybe someone that is addicted and used heavily yes did u continue using ? After that or was it just the 1 time? I would suggest you follow up with. A Dr. Or hospital in reference to what you have said. Dizziness and blurry Vision isn't something to play with.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Wednesday 11:40 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Hi azsassygirl i smoked spice about 3 months ago for the first time and ever since then I haven't been the same and I don't smoke no more ...I get blurry visions and dizziness .i want to know if this feeling would go away please mail me on [email protected] I will reall be happy if you reply ...

Author: Te'Aundra Watson
Posted: Wednesday 11:09 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

You can stop. It may feel like you cannot when you are in its grip and you feel like you need it, will always relapse. I was on and off for six years as well, and have stopped fully a few mths ago. It helps staying busy, working, finding hobbies, exercising, drinking lots of fluids. My advice to you. Your wife and kids are a lot more imporant than research chemicals. Good luck man!

Author: Chase
Posted: Monday 10:25 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

thank you very much I appreciate you advice

Author: htown832
Posted: Thursday 01:54 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

I wish I could tell you there's a magical cure , buts there's not. The only way to get clean and stay clean is to want that more then you want to get high and fight like hell, then its a everyday battle not a war because you will always be fighting. Good luck and someone's always here talking with others helps esp. When they've been there.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Thursday 01:30 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

i have been off and on spice for about 4 years. I have stopped for times once 6 months the other almost a year. But I will always relapse and end up smoking again. I really don't like the person I am when I smoke and want to be sober but I just stay sober. The area I live in its everywhere I cant leave my house without seeing someone on it or selling it. My marriage is on the verge of being over and I'm going to loose everything if I cant stay sober. I have a 2 yr old daughter and I don't want her t remember me like this but If I don't hurry up and get it together that is how she is going to remember me. My wife has tried so much to help me I have gone to treatment programs NA but I just cant stay sober. Does anyone have any advice or help please?

Author: htown832
Posted: Thursday 12:43 PM

Re: Tell Us About Your Experience With Synthetic Marijuana

I had every intention of trying to stick by my fiance while he was battling this, but he snapped and tried to kill me. As much as I still love him and want to help him through everything, that was the line. To this day, if he called me for help to kick this I would do everything in my power. But letting him go to protect myself doesn't mean I failed him or love him less. If your safety is at risk, you have to protect yourself. I believe you did the right thing, Blyss.

Author: Nichole
Posted: Saturday 03:22 PM

Re: Tell Us About Your Experience With Synthetic Marijuana

A friend of mine gave me what I thought to be marijauna and I smoked it till this day I am not normal my vision has changed I am not just myself anymore.i have lost my job and most of my friends .please I need some one to talk to it's been 3 months and I feel it's getting worst can some one email me [email protected]

Author: Te'Aundra Watson
Posted: Thursday 06:59 PM

Re: Tell Us About Your Experience With Synthetic Marijuana

Some one gave me spice I had no idea it was spice now I am messed up . It's been 3 months now and I feel it getting worst .will this feeling ever go away

Author: Te'Aundra Watson
Posted: Thursday 06:56 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

thank you chase..excellent advice

Author: Michelle West
Posted: Sunday 08:08 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Just hang in their . Like I told you before it's not your addiction, it's his. Don't let him take you Down. Stage four your husband needs you now.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Sunday 03:39 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Be positive around him. Sorry to hear about the cancer. Hope he improves. Try and stay busy as possible tell your son who is using, eat good food, develop hobbies, exercise, clean, work a lot etc. Video games, movies, activity help me a ton. Busy is good. Idle time is the devils playground, boredom leads to useage for me, and most addicts.

Author: Chase
Posted: Sunday 01:49 PM

Re: “How I Became Addicted To And Finally Quit Smoking Herbal Incense” – JB

I was given K2 by my friend and I thought it was normal marijuana I smoked it and behold I was freaking out my Gf saved me she put me in the shower and gave me milk , I was so scared ,it's been two months now and I still feel the withdrawals like anxiety and headaches and I am always tired .I wanna know if these symptoms will stop I already lost two jobs because they said I don't work with the required energy they need. Can somebody please advise me on what to do I am 29 years old. And I only smoked it once .I have this buzzing in my ears and the anxiety and restless Ness is just too bad it's been two months I want my life back

Author: Te'Aundra Watson
Posted: Sunday 04:49 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

I've had the exact same thing happen with my husband. He had used it off and on in the past and he was just a bit "buzzed". Whatever was in the latest batch left him like a zombie. Frozen in place for several minutes at a time, arms and hands shaking. Whatever was in his hands was dropped. Whatever he was doing was forgotten. Oblivious to the world for several minutes - passing out and waking up while standing in place. Once he was able to move (which was more like a sloth-paced shuffle) what few words he could speak were unintelligible. Scariest thing I've ever seen and still trying to convince him that he has a problem and needs to stop. He's sober four days now. His hands cramp. He has no appetite. Not sleeping well. And still angry/annoyed at me for making a "mountain out of a molehill". He still doesn't feel like its an issue, doesn't want treatment, and doesn't understand why I'm scared of him and what he will do to himself, me, or our young son. Any advice is appreciated.

Author: Marie
Posted: Friday 11:10 AM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

My ex did...and pain at the base of his head

Author: Melanya Dooey
Posted: Friday 08:50 AM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

This stuff turned my now ex husband into a zombie...

Author: Melanya Dooey
Posted: Friday 08:49 AM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

This stuff ruined my marriage..it destroyed it

Author: Melanya Dooey
Posted: Friday 08:48 AM

Re: Tell Us About Your Experience With Synthetic Marijuana

Went to college and smoked weed the real stuff and still passed...weed didn't hold me back it keeps me doing my daily activities I'm more energized to do things I can eat I'm not puking from my head injury I don't take pain medication for my severe head aches I get every day I'm not taking other pills doctors prescribe when their just bull shit and cause more problems than fixing...

Author: Niki
Posted: Saturday 01:10 AM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

I'm glad you found what keeps you strong . My bottom is what keeps me strong and the future that I want. Stay active on the site we help each other as their really is no support groups on the outside. And I couldn't do n/a because of the religion.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Wednesday 10:47 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Yes, very common. I've read other stories and we all say the same thing. On this stuff, we are clueless zombies. My life is so much better now that I have a faith filled relationship with my Lord and savior Jesus Christ. Be blessed and stay strong!

Author: John john
Posted: Wednesday 10:39 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

I agree 100% . wonder what else was done for 6 years

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Wednesday 10:33 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

The hardest battle to overcome and continue to fight , congratulations stay strong . I related to a lot of your story and with spice it seems to be a common one. Stay on the site it does help.

Author: azsassygirl
Posted: Wednesday 10:33 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Smoking synthetic marijuana was the worst choice that I ever made in my life. I got completely addicted to it, and I would start smoking it at around 8pm, and I wouldn't stop smoking it until around 4am knowing that I had to work the next day but my judgement and concern for welfare was severely altered. I would sometimes walk 5 miles to the store at night to buy it because I wrecked my car smoking it, and I really lost many good jobs. I would get taxi cabs to take me to stores where I knew it was sold. I was hooked. I would spend around $20 a day on my habit, and sometimes more if I had a bad bag. It really had me in a bad place. I first started smoking it because I thought it was safe and because I felt I wouldn’t get caught up in a random drug test, but I kept making poor judgement calls. One time, I got sick for about 8 days and I puked constantly. I had to miss a lot of work, and I couldn’t digest any food at all. Not even water would stay down. When I finally went back to work, I would be at work and just break out in a sweat like a crack-head. It took about two weeks for my appetite to come back. I would buy lunch and couldn't even make myself eat it. All I wanted to do was get high. I no longer loved myself, my family, or anything. I didn’t care about life. This is worse than crack. I lost so much weight, and I was still hooked. I was in denial. I’ve been clear almost 20 months now. This stuff will really have you out of your mind. Only because of Jesus, through the power of prayer, by grace, through faith, was I able to overcome this addiction. I got tired of being a junkie and I gave my life back to Christ. I got down on my knees, I cried out to God and I broke down in tears and confessed my sins. He delivered me. Please don’t try this. Be blessed.

Author: John john
Posted: Wednesday 09:58 PM

Re: Welcome To Spice Addiction Support

Don't even think about smoking Spice pregnant!

Author: Chase
Posted: Saturday 01:52 AM

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  • baked daily

    This stuff is just pure evil Stay away you’ve been warned.I wasted 1000 s of $$ on this garbage row past 3 years. I have been clean now for 3 months.Mary Jane will work or you again! Gl

  • acf

    Atarax or valerian root for anxiety. I have been off it for 12 days or so. Smoked it many years. I am paranoid schizophrenic.