Know the Facts
Use and/or possession of Spice is illegal for all service members and is punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Spice causes elevated blood pressure, tremors, seizures, vomiting, abdominal pain and more.
The chemical blends are continuously manipulated and the strength of the synthetic chemical used is unknown; therefore, there is no way to know what you are ingesting or what the long-term health risks are if used.
Spice can negatively impact your paycheck, rank, Naval career, and your health. The choice is yours.
Herbal Incense- Spice presentation (ppt)
Bath Salts (ppt)
Designer Drugs and the Adverse Effects (ppt) By BUMED
Video from Navy Medicine - highlights the dangers of Spice on your health and career.
Chemicals Used in "Bath Salts” Now Under Federal Control and Regulation
Synthetic Drug Urinalysis Operating Guide
UPDATED: EFFECTIVE 01 JAN 13 Synthetic Drug Urinalysis Operating Guide
UPDATED: EFFECTIVE 01 JAN 13 OPGUIDE Spice Testing Change Record
UPDATED: EFFECTIVE 01 JAN 13 Summary of Changes Synthetic Drug Testing Operating Guide V3.0
SPICE NAVADMIN- IMPLEMENTATION OF URINALYSIS TESTING FOR SYNTHETIC COMPOUNDS
NAVADMIN 108/10 - DRUG ABUSE ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY AND PROHIBITION ON POSSESSION
OF CERTAIN SUBSTANCES
NAVADMIN 343/11 - PERSONAL FOR - SPICE - PASS TO ALL COMMAND MASTER CHIEFS, CHIEFS OF THE BOAT, COMMAND SENIOR CHIEFS, AND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADERS AND CONDUCT TRAINING ON THE ADVERSE EFFECTS SYNTHETIC CANNABINOIDS HAVE
Rhumb Line - Deterring Designer Drug Use
In the News
All Hands Update: Navy Targets Spice Users
All Hands Update: Medical Standpoint on Spice Use
Designer Drug POD Notes
Navy Leadership Disturbed By "Spice" Usage Rise
Navy Region Hawaii Combats Synthetic Drugs
64 Sailors Caught Illegally Using or Distributing Designer-drug Spice
Stop: 'Spice' is Illegal
28 Sailors Investigated for Illegally Using Spice
Navy Medicine Spice Page
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)