Spice Drug Substitutes 2017

Have Any Drugs Replaced Spice (Herbal Incense)?

Spice is known by many names, including "herbal incense," K2, and synthetic marijuana. Spice has been one of the harder drugs of the new age, giving users a euphoria and mind-altering psychosis that keeps them coming back for more. Spice was sold under the brand names, Spice (obviously the first one), K2, Bizarro, Sonic Zero, Cobra, Brainfreese, Klimax, No More Mr. Nice Guy, Black Mamba, Voodoo, Atomic Bomb, Hysteria, Kronic and Chill. A plethora of other products were marketed as well under the "not for human consumption," "herbal potpourri" or "herbal incense" labels. With the drug under recent fire by just about every agency that matters in the United States and in countries around the world, people have been turning to some of the best spice alternatives that have been sprouting up left and right. There are a lot of plants with psychoactive properties that grow on this planet, and it's really hard to ban everything. Legal highs still exist, and there are some really strong, legal substitutes to spice available in every country (including the United States).

Legal Substitutes for Spice Drug

Finding legal substitutes for spice online is easy, especially since almost every variety and blend of Spice, provided a different high. Originally, spice was marketed as a "legal alternative to marijuana," a sort of...synthetic marijuana experimentation. However, ultimately only some of the spice varieties were anything like marijuana at all. A lot of the spice and herbal incense blends were like acid, heroin, mdma, and just about every other type of high that can be thought of. What people liked the most about spice, was that it was a legal drug. Spice was a drug that could be easily purchased over the counter at any local headshop or gas station. That said, while a direct substitute isn't completely possible, considering all of the varieties of spice, and products provided a different high...there are a lot of legal plants and drugs that get you high, most of which are still undetectable by drug tests and people.

The best spice alternatives of 2017 include...

These plants and drugs each provide a slightly different type of high, so we will go over each one.

Pirate Blast

Pirate Blast focuses on the engineered benefits of a legal plant. Huperzine, also known as Huperzia Serrata, is an interesting drug. Technically, it's a naturally occuring alkaloid compound found in firmosses, which are small plants that resemble conifer tree branches. When combined into a good formula, an amazing high can be experienced. Huperzine also provides enhanced cognitive function, especially when taken long term. Pirate Blast is currently one of the best huperzine-based substitutes to spice (2017).

Blue Lotus Flower

Blue Lotus Flower (Nymphaea caerulea) is a special water lily that harbors the gem of a psychoactive alkaloid, apomorphine. When brewed into a strong tea (properly prepared) or smoked, strong sedative, psychedelic, euphoric, and even hallucinogenic properties can be experienced. Thus, the correct variation of the Blue Lotus Flower is one of the best alternatives to spice in 2017. Jolly Lotus is a really good brand.

Mitragyna Speciosa (extract only)

Mitragyna Speciosa is also known as Kratom, Cratom, and Ketum. It is a tropical evergreen in southeast Asia and other tropical regions, and is in the coffee family. This plant is far stronger than coffee however, and capable of providing either: stimulating effects in smaller doses, or strongly sedative effects in higher doses. There is a wonderful euphoria to be felt along the way, and it is a drug that remains legal in most of the United States (check out Is Kratom Banned in the United States to see if Kratom is legal in your state), and it is legal in a lot of the world still. This plant provides a high that can be controlled throughout the day, in whatever increments each user is comfortable with.

Kava (vaped concentrate only)

One of the new highs that people are doing in public, right in front of other people with no one knowing is vaping Kava. Kava (Piper methysticum) is also known as Kava Kava, which breaks down to basically mean "intoxicating pepper." The plant is capable of providing strong sedative, euphoric and other entheogenic experiences depending upon source and preparation. Although brewing kava into a tea has been the preferred "social" consumption method...the latest trend has been vaping it. A strong concentrate wax/oil can be vaped in a standard concentrate pen and will provide a high that can be hit throughout the day, just like spice!

Wild Lettuce Extract

Wild lettuce (Lactuca virosa) is often used for its sedative and hypnotic effects. It is also popularly referred to as "opium lettuce." Wild lettuce extract is the best way to guarantee experiencing psychoactive effects. When ingested it can provide effects much like opium. However, it has also been used by shamans and spiritualists for centuries to induce intense, vivid, lucid dreaming. This is one of the best Wild Lettuce Extract-based alternatives to spice (2017).


Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a plant native to South Africa known to elevate mood and induce euphoria. Kanna is also known as Channa and Kougoed, of which means something to chew on. It is a miracle plant popular for its sedation, euphoria and mood-enhancing effects and provides a spice alternative that can be ingested as much or as little as desired. Like Kratom, Kanna can be a legal stimulant in lower doses, but a sedating, hypnotic high in higher doses. Preparation of the Kanna is important in experiencing the best effects. Kanna extract is without a doubt the best way to ingest Kanna, where it is normally mixed with fruit juice and consumed within 20 minutes...although some daily users prefer to "toss and wash" it. Toss and washing is a technique by which the herbal powder is placed in the palm, tossed into the mouth, and then washed down with a beverage. It is often preferred by daily users who prefer to consume larger portions of Kanna, so that they are not bloated and having to drink so much.

Attention: If you are looking for a substitute to JWH-018, JWH-250, PB-22, AM-2201, AM-2202, or any other synthetic cannabinoid, What is the New Spice of 2017, may be able to provide you with more information.

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+1 #4 Chris Samson 2017-06-27 07:29
Yea, the blue lotus flower is really good, I also like pirate blast. both are good products. the pirate blast is more energetic and closeness to others, the euphoria that comes with the talkativeness, etc, the blue lotus flower is more psychedelic, trippy kind of high depends on what you are looking for sort of. Just like the spice brands, they were all different. these are slightly different highs.
0 #3 Mr Hyde 2017-06-25 08:24
Yes. You can smoke it. Try Jolly Lotus


It is legal basically every where and in all of the United States and won't show up on any drug tests.
0 #2 Maven86 2017-06-25 08:16
Where can I get blue lotus? what I just smoke it and it gets me high?
-1 #1 Reese Weederspoon 2017-06-24 08:16
Blast is a way safer drug than spice but the high is really good still

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