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Synthetic cannabinoids e. Synthetic cannabinoids are not marijuana, but like THC, they bind to the same cannabinoid receptors in the brain and other organs.
Research shows that synthetic cannabinoids affect the brain much more powerfully than marijuana creating unpredictable and, in some cases, life-threatening effects including nausea, anxiety, paranoia, brain swelling, seizures, hallucinations, aggression, heart palpitations, and chest pains. Marijuana and Public Health. Section. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Syndicate.
Minus Related s. If someone you know has used synthetic cannabinoids and needs help you can take the following steps: Call immediately if someone stops breathing, collapses, or has a seizure. These symptoms can be life-threatening and require immediate medical attention. Call your local poison center at Call your doctor.
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Chronic Use of Synthetic Cannabinoids Is Associated With Impairment in Working Memory and Mental Flexibility