SPICE, K2, or Synthetic Cannabis is Dangerous!

It can cause acute psychosis, long term psychotic disorders, or trigger previously stable mental disorders.

As of March 1st of 2011 the DEA made Spice and five other synthetics Controlled Substances to “avoid an imminent hazard to the public safety”. 

Urine Test for SPICE: $70

Why is this test more expensive that a test for Marijuana?  
The test covers all the different kinds of synthetic Cannabis: cannabicyclohexanol, JWH-018, JWH-073, HU-210 and so on.

Synthetic Cannabis also known as SPICE, herbal incense, or K2 is often sold online, in head shops, and at gas stations.  The products are sold under various brand names and are usually a mixture of legal herbs with a synthetic, man made, cannabis sprayed on it. The chemicals are designed to mimic the effects of Marijuana. Most users smoke the herbal mixture. Unfortunately, these man made chemicals are not detected by drug tests that are designed for Marijuana (or THC the active ingredient in Marijuana).