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More than 37,000 grams of spice with a street value of $1.12 million were taken off the streets of Jacksonville, North Carolina in a 2012 bust. Selling spice as “incense” and labeling it “not for human consumption” is big business for many. Found online, in head shops, and on the shelves at local corner stores and gas stations, the drug has become increasingly popular among teens and young adults over the past few years, and Jackson, NC law enforcement is working to manage the problem.
Is someone you love in Jackson abusing spice? Without treatment, the risks are many – including accident and death. If you believe there’s a problem, don’t wait to take action. Call us today.
Spice: What Is It?
Spice is a synthetic substance designed to mimic the effects of marijuana. This drug is relatively new, which means that it was banned only recently – and many are still unfamiliar with what it is and its effects on the body. This lack of familiarity can cause people to take large amounts of the substance; many emergency rooms report a high rate or admissions caused by the use of spice.
Treating Spice Abuse
If you know your loved one in Jacksonville is abusing drugs like spice, it’s important to help them understand the risks they are undertaking and encourage them to get the help they need to stop. In many cases, those who abuse spice also abuse alcohol and other drugs; using a combination of substances can increase their risk of overdose and/or accident.
Call us today at the phone number listed above. Speak to an expert about your options in spice abuse and drug addiction treatment.
612 New Bridge St
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Brynn Marr Behavioral Health
192 Village Dr
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