The Hard Lives of Britains Synthetic Marijuana Addicts
Spice just hits you like a truck, it just knocks you out. Whereas bud you just sit and chill. You know what? I wish I could go back to my bud. Because you know what, Spice, it’s horrible. I woke up after the Spice, with vomit all over my bed, and myself. I know a kid who died of it. Couldn’t get his heart beating more.
It was beating too fast, it just went and shook out. As the new government began making moves to ban all legal highs, we headed to Manchester, where synthetic drugs like Spice, and other brands like Vertex, Pandora, and Insane Joker, are freely available to buy from news agents and places known as head shops. Although manufacturers state on the packets that they’re not fit for human consumption, legal highs are used recreationally. And they make the press when students overdose on them.
Most people thought it was a recreational drug, a party drug, something that you could, perhaps, dip in and out of. But actually, nobody really knows what they’re made of part and what structure they have and how they impact on the body. Although students with a support network tend to dip in and out of synthetic drugs. We wanted to meet a much more vulnerable group of people who can suffer from the affects of a real dependency on legal highs.
All the clients that are presenting here are using spice. It’s affecting the mental health, it’s affecting the physical health, and it’s a massive, massive problem. Manchester has more rough sleepers then anywhere else outside of London. Cuts to council services have left the city with 20% fewer emergency beds than there were five years ago. And during that time, legal highs have become a crutch to many of the people who now live on the streets.
I use it myself, and I use it because it takes the pain away. It’s legal. What can I do? I can sit here now, there could be 20 officers around me with guns and everything. As long as pull a bag of spice out and start rolling it, I can roll it. Nothing that anybody can do.
I pull a bag of weed out and they’ll all be on me like a car bonnet. How might people go about trying to get hold of it once you can’t go to a shop and buy it? There’s always gonna be some match level drug. There’s already street dealers out there. Are you worried though that it might start criminalizing people? Yes, yes I’ve seen some bad you have got to look at this drug, it’s bringing heroine addicts, I know a heroine addict that’s a Spice addict now.
He takes Spice like he used to take heroine every single day of the week. He doesn’t took to heroine now, so that heroine a class A drug and the Spice is bringing him off that. What is in this stuff? It’s amazing. The Misuse of Drugs Act controls substances on the basis of their structure. The banned cannabinoid in weed is THC. Synthetic cannabis like spice mimics the effects of weed by replicating and.
How To Vaporize Essential Oils Herbs Using Using The Herbalizer Vapor Therapy
Hey what’s up ladies and gentlemen, My name is David Benjamin, i’m the founder of Healthywildandfree , in this tutorial I want to share with you how to vaporize essential oils or herbs or a combination of both which is typically what I do. And the reason i’m creating this tutorial today and sharing this information with you is because the work that I do with healthy wild and free, healthywildandfree , this channel, the healthy wild and free podcast is to help you have the most advanced techniques, technologies, methods and understanding of health, wellness and the mindbodyspiritheart connection and really just putting all of those pieces.
Together to benefit your life in the highest way possible. So one of the ways that i have discovered recently that i’m sure you’ve heard of is vapor therapy, or vapor technology, and vaporization is something that has been around for a while, now obviously most people own vaporizers for the purpose of smoking weed or smoking marijuana, which ya know, if that’s your thing, hey, at least there’s endocanabbanoids in that marijuana. But today i’m not talking about that, or the benefits of enocannabanoids which I probably will in future tutorials so stay tuned but i’m talking about the actual technology itself, vaporization technology and how vapor is so beneficial.
So, one of the things that we’ve understood through science and technology as time has progressed is that the smaller and more basically the smaller a compound or particle is the more bioavailable it is to the body because it’s, it can easily transport throughout the body so say you have blockages or, you know your body things can’t travel within your body so maybe you’re eating food and you’re not digesting it fully it’s because you’re not chewing it as well as you could be, the more you chew it the smaller it becomes the more the digestive enzymes work it’s way into the food the better and easier it is to breakdown. Same with water for example, tap water is not as healthy or as beneficial as spring.
Water or as water that is microclustered and basically structured water, so basically food is one example, water is one example. A lot of different things like different health products, different supplements, different processing and extraction methods, liquids are becoming more and more prevalent because they are more bioavailable than the powders or the raw material of something so we’re finding as time goes on liquids and bioavailability and things like probiotics and different things really speed up and and enhance bioavailability and absorption into the body and into the cells in the body so that your body can properly utilize and function, er excuse me, utilize.
And optimize those compounds so some interesting things is obviously herbs and essential oils have different beneficial value within them and i’m going to be talking a lot about herbs and essential oils along with food and their diet but a lot of different essential oils and herbs, i’m very passionate about what I want to share on this channel so make sure to subscribe below, stay tuned for that. But basically to understand vaporization and vapor therapy what you’re doing is you’re essentially taking herbs or essential oils which are two of the most potent medicinal categories of plants, plants or any type of healing compound on the planet and you’re.
Putting them into a vapor form so for example essential oils are very important liquid, and there in small bottles and they’re very very potent and you can add them to your water, to your food, or you can apply them topically and they’re very potent and very effective, same with herbs, you can drink them in tea or you can add them to your salads. Or you just eat them and that’s great, they’re affective and medicinal and all that but what’s cool about vaporization is what vaporization does is essentially it takes that essential oil or it takes that herb, that small grated herb and it heats it up to a point not of combustion, not of burning because that’s when actually you start to lose value from.
It but it heats it up to a place where it can actually create a vapor from that base compound so if it’s an essential oil it creates a vapor of that, if it’s an herb it creates a vapor of that. And a vapor is nothing more than a steam room, if you’ve ever been in a steam room before, many different cultures, and countries like turkey, India, the sweat lodges from the native americans, different steam and basically steam based therapies have been used and those are kind of vapor therapy to some extent, it’s stronger for your body. But vapor therapy is very specific, very targeted and very directed at specific places within.