What are common brands of Synthetic Marijuana?


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Other names used for synthetic marijuana include synthetic cannabis, synthetic pot, synthetic weed, fake pot, and herbal incense. In an effort to control synthetic marijuana abuse, the United States DEA temporarily banned a large list of synthetic compounds found in common brands, or "blends", for the duration of a year. In an effort to dodge legislation, designer drug manufacturers are using different chemicals not yet banned by the DEA. These new compounds produce similar effects while remaining structurally unique, and are therefore legal to distribute.

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Synthetic Drugs

Synthetic marijuana, or synthetic cannabis, is created by spraying natural herbs with synthetic, psychoactive chemicals.


Designer Drugs

Synthetic marijuana is a designer drug, created with the intent of mimicking the effects of illegal drugs. It remains a legal substance by labeling itself "not for human consumption".


Synthetic Marijuana

Though synthetic marijuana, like Spice and K2, is called "marijuana", it does not come from the cannabis plant and does not contain THC, like natural marijuana buds do.

Here is a list of synthetic marijuana brands, or "blends":

  • AM-HI-CO
  • K2
  • Dream
  • Spice (Gold, Diamond)
  • Zoom
  • Ex-ses
  • Yucatán Fire
  • Kronic
  • Kalma
  • Voodoo
  • Kaos
  • Mango Kush
  • Mr. Nice Guy
  • Head Trip
  • Hysteria
  • Journey
  • Chill
  • Aztec
  • 8-Ball
  • Atomic Bomb
  • Red Magic
  • XXX
  • Ultra

and thats just what I found.


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