The Wild Berry Incense was established circa 1971 in Oxford, Ohio. From humble beginnings, we’ve now spread our peace, love, and incense all over the world. With over 90 premium quality fragrances we’re sure you’ll enjoy America’s Best Incense.
Wild berry incense (Herbal incense) are human-made mind-altering chemicals that you either spray on dried, shredded plant material so you can smoke or sell as liquids to vaporize and inhale in e-cigarettes and other devices. We call these products herbal or liquid incense. People typically sell these drugs as a liquid or as shredded plant material with manufactured, mind-altering chemicals sprayed onto it. We advise you to either smoke, roll into smoking papers or inhale in an e-cig or vaporizer; although you can make the plant material into a tea and ingested.
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IS WILD BERRY INCENSE LIKE MARIJUANA?
The only similarities between real marijuana and synthetic marijuana are that each contains cannabinoids. However, the ones found in herbal incense have a markedly more profound impact on the brain. The chemicals used are often unknown and can cause unpredictable and even fatal effects. The synthetic cannabinoids in these products activate the same receptor in the brain that natural cannabinoids like THC do, but to a significantly higher degree.
Over 100 synthetic cannabinoids have been created to date, and they have not been extensively tested. There is only preliminary information to know the extent of damage it may do to the brain; as they were initially created for use with animals and cells, not humans. You use it in incense in combinations up to 10 at a time, but there is no information on what chemicals they employ or in what dosages in any single use. There have been reported cases of life-threatening bleeding caused by herbal incense containing rat poison.
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IS IT LEGAL?
Currently, you can purchase synthetic marijuana legally. The reason there are no overarching laws to ban them is that there are so many variations that it is hard to legislate. Therefore, in 2011, the Drug Enforcement Administration made some of the known additives a Schedule 1 drug, making it illegal to use them in the manufacture and sale of herbal drugs: JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-200, CP-47,497, and cannabicyclohexanol. In 2012, they made the status permanent.
Manufacturers and businesses that sell synthetic marijuana, also known as K2, Kush, Klimax and Spice, stay one step ahead of legislation by continually altering the chemical composition used in these products.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?
The observed reactions from the use of synthetic marijuana include:
- Chest pain
- Extreme psychosis
- Heart damage
- Kidney injury
Other adverse impacts include fast heartbeat, prolonged and severe vomiting, headaches and irritability. People believe that the effects of synthetic cannabinoids on the brain pose a much higher likelihood of dependence and withdrawal.
Before 2011 when the DEA named some of the most common synthetic cannabinoids as Schedule 1 drugs, there were no reported deaths from the use of herbal incense. Between 2011 and 2014, approximately 20 deaths were attributable to the use of synthetic marijuana, while nobody reported them from the use of marijuana. As more people try their hand at making money selling K2, Spice, etc., you can anticipate more deaths due to unknown substances and overdose.
HOW CAN YOU TREAT OVERDOSES?
In 2018, over 100 people were treated at Washington DC area hospitals in just days from overdoses of synthetic marijuana. In 2016, DC Fire treated 597 people for overdose. Treat patients with signs of overdose with intravenous fluids, a calm and quiet atmosphere and sedation. We also took note that the symptoms of withdrawal seemed to exacerbate underlying issues, making treatment even more difficult.
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