What is Considered to Be 50 State Legal Herbal Incense

For those who wants to get legal highs you might want to know what is considered to be Legal herbal incense. This only means that it doesn’t contain any ingredients or isn’t part of the DEA or Drugs Enforcement Administration BAN. These are the products that are considered to be legal herbal incense. So, you can still get the natural high through various legal highs that aren’t BAN by the DEA. They aren’t included to the 5 chemicals in the market today that are commonly associated with this substance.   However, there are states that have even stricter restrictions and rules, banning even more substances, and these would necessitate what we are now calling 50 State Legal herbal incense.  These are the products that have only substances which can be legally used in all over 50 states of the US. They aren’t restricted for anyone to use it. There are a lot of them in the market that you can still enjoy using them but always be reminded not too much though always with moderation.

A few examples of 50 State Legal herbal incense are Bayou Blaster Redoux and Demon Free herbal incense.

The chemicals that have this substance in them that are under the BAN from the DEA are JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-200, CP-47,497, and cannabicyclohexanol. In the Official Notice of Intent that the DEA filed and recorded in the Federal Register the original copy includes a 6th chemical that is AM-678 but it has been removed from the DEA’s scope. There have been various information and fuss going around the whole US regarding the ban of this substance. There are as well online articles that relate to this ban. In most of these articles it had mentioned that the Drug Enforcement Administration or DEA has temporarily issued a year BAN to all products that has this substance are actually absolutely hoaxes. There is no BAN regarding that. There are even some products brands and names mentioned but absolutely none of them are banned. There are only 5 chemicals as mentioned above that has the substance are the only ones that are banned.

There are reputable manufacturers of these products that can give you the legal highs that you need.  You have the freedom to feel good and not get any violation to any government laws. So, if we are going to do a summary on what are the things that are considered illegal then let us do it for clarity. Those products that were mentioned in the list of DEA that contained one or more of the five synthetic cannabinoids are illegal.

It might be surprising that DEA put a BAN on some of the aromatic incense into a schedule 1 type which is more restrictive type than the cocaine. Everyone knows cocaine is totally the type of drugs that shouldn’t be considered as it can really destroy someone and what we have are just the herbal ones. This is quite confusing because if you come to think of it  if you are going to visit any hospital there are more victims or accidents because of alcohol rather than this type of substance.

All sounds almost bearable for most, right?  Well, if what’s on the horizon goes down it’s going to suck bad – but not for long.  Currently your friendly neighborhood congressmen (and senators) are trying to pass what’s being called the “Synthetic Drug Control Act of 2011″ (H.R. 1254 and S. 605) .  What this bill aims to do is to make “any material, compound, mixture, or preparation which contains any quantity of cannabimimetic agent” illegal.  The bill defines “cannbimimetic agents” as any substance that is a cannabanoid receptor type 1 (CB1 receptor) agonist as demonstrated by binding studies and functional assays.   In essence, if passed, this law will make all currently available herbal incense products illegal.  However, it will also have the effect of “the market” seeking new and readily available alternatives, thus making the law completely ineffective…. and around we go.


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