First of all, I consider my self extremely lucky because i only used for a year, or maybe 11 months or so, and was able to let it go.
First few months, it’s all fun and games.
You give it 3-5 hits, and you’re all of sudden extremely high.
But the effects last for 30-45 minutes, at most an hour, so that’s why you want to keep on doing and doing it – because it wears off fairly quickly, depending how many hits.
But then I started growing a tolerance to the stuff, so the same pack that used to get me high with a couple of hits now takes a whole blunt to achieve the same high.
I had a couple of connects, all of them were tobacco shops here located in different places in Miami.
And, yes, this stuff is everywhere!!
To those that think and say this stuff isn’t addictive: you’re stupid.
By the time I try to quit, I feel extremely depressed. I feel that everything is shitty, by that I mean that you can basically put me a Lambo and a mansion with 20 bitches in it, but if it didn’t include spice i would see it as a piece of crap – because that’s all you think about!
About health issues:
I had nothing serious, but while using I had heart problems throughout the day – my heart would randomly start beating really fast.
I have stairs in my house, and by the time i would reach the top i would feel exhausted and suffocated and panting as if i had ran a marathon!!
Me personally, I have tried a lot of shit!
Meth, weed, xanax, you name it.
But just tried it, not doing it on a regular basis.
And those are class A drugs – meth is considered the world’s most dangerous drug.
Yet, spice has the worst effects on the human body. because this stuff gives you immense hunger when your high on it – you can smoke it, eat whole pizza, smoke again and i promise you’ll feel like you haven’t eaten all day.
You get so thirsty so, you drink tons of liquid plus a shit load of food. This equals immense fullness that is really bad for your stomach.
Thats why everybody experiences a lack of hunger when you’re going through spice withdrawal.
And, your memory – it fucks it up.
Overall, lay off this shit.
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