How Long Does Spice Stay In Your System?


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Simon Lazarus Profile
Simon Lazarus answered
Spice is the trade or market name for a synthetic cannabinoid - something that mimics cannabis both in molecular structure and effects. It is a psychoactive drug sold as incense which is smoked in joints much like cannabis is in order to get the user 'high'. It recently became extremely popular for two reasons. First, as it is sold as a legal high (where sold), it is very easily available. Users can order it from websites, or simply walk into a smoke shop and buy a pouch for a very similar price to cannabis. Second, due to the fact that it is sold in shops, many people believe it is a safe alternative to street drugs like cannabis, which are illegal in most parts of the world. The reality is that products like Spice are simply too new to have been analysed effectively by scientific experts, especially in terms of their long-term effects on users. For this reason, Spice was recently made illegal to possess or distribute in the United Kingdom, and many other countries have followed or are following suit. Making it unavailable means that the only way adverse effects are discovered is in a laboratory - much safe for the general public!

Whilst very little is known about Spice itself, a fair amount is known about cannabis, a substance it mimics excellently. If we are to assume, then, that the two will be detectable in the body for roughly the same period of time, the answer to the question depends on the amount you use and how regularly. A very occasional user will find that it takes about 3-4 days for the product to clear their system, whilst a heavier user will find it takes around a month and a half before the drug will be undetectable to a normal urine test. Bear in mind that a hair follicle test will always show the drug history for as long as that hair has been growing, and that a blood test is always significantly more accurate than a urine test.
Jennifer Bone Profile
Jennifer Bone answered
Spice, also known as K2 or synthetic cannabis is a psychoactive herbal and chemical product that yields similar effects to cannabis or pot.  Spice has been generally available since the early 2000s and is sold under various names and is an attempt to avoid the laws that make selling cannabis illegal.  Like anything else, the length of time Spice stays in your system depends on a number of factors including your age, weight, metabolic rate, sex, how much you have taken and over how long a period.  On average, however, it can/will be in your system for about 72 hours.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Spice stays in the body for 24 to 48 hours. It is about to become illegal everywhere. It is already illegal in 6 states. It is now a paraphanalia charge if caught with on any army base or post. If you are on probation, in tasc, or in drug court, they are testing for it as of the end of september. The main ingredient in it is jwh-018. Don't get caught smoking fake weed!!!!!lol
Zhu Yugang Profile
Zhu Yugang answered
Spice stays about 10 hours detectable in blood.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Ive only done a lil research and ive only found out that it stays in your body for 3-5 hours.  My friend told me that it gets out within 24 hours, but I want a straight up good answere, so if anyone knows for sure post it up on this site!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Thats an answer I wana know to, because I going to the navy and they test for this..
Arthur Wright Profile
Arthur Wright answered
Detectable traces of any drug can last for up to 6 months after last usage now with new modern super sensitive drug tests

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