The role has been described as a "sommelier of hot sauces, a surveyor of spiciness, and a specialist of the Scoville scale."
Spice is an illegal mix of herbs and lab-made chemicals often called "synthetic marijuana" because some of the chemicals in it have similar effects to cannabis.
Psychoactive drugs like Spice have become a serious problem in prisons, where authorities have struggled to stem their flow and use.
Brant Diediker, 49, was allegedly found carrying the drugs "dab" and "spice" when he was arrested.
Prison staff are thought to have been exposed to synthetic drugs.
The drug, tainted with rat poison, caused users to bleed out of their eyes and ears, health officials said.
Synthetic marijuana has been around since the early 2000s and has affected people from NFL players to the homeless.
A substance with many names—K2, spice, synthetic marijuana—ropes in users by comparing itself to cannabis, but it's infinitely more unsafe.
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