Synthetic cannabinoid and cathinone use among US soldiers.

@article{BerryCabn2012SyntheticCA,
  title={Synthetic cannabinoid and cathinone use among US soldiers.},
  author={Crist{\'o}bal S. Berry-Cab{\'a}n and Paul E Kleinschmidt and D. Sreehari Rao and Jamie A. Jenkins},
  journal={U.S. Army Medical Department journal},
  year={2012},
  pages={19-24}
}
New hallucinogenic drugs of abuse, known generically as "spice" and "bath salts," have become readily available in the United States. Spice is one of many names that refers to a variety of synthetic cannabinoids that act on the body in a way similar to delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). A large and complex variety of synthetic cannabinoids, most often cannabicyclohexanol, JWH-018, JWH-073, or HU-210, are used in an attempt to avoid the laws that make cannabis illegal, making synthetic cannabis… CONTINUE READING

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