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Mauritius: New synthetic drugs are appearing on the island




Mauritius: New synthetic drugs are appearing on the island
New synthetic drugs are beginning to make their appearance on the island for several months in Mauritius.

Illicit trafficking as well as the consumption of these drugs are a craze among young drug addicts and worries highly local authorities as well as social workers on the ground.

These synthetic cannabinoids, Black Mumba, Mary Joy, White Widow, Blue Jerry, Bombay Blue, sold between 1,000 rupees (25 euros) and 5,000 rupees (125 euros) per gram, can cause consumer paranoia, hallucinations and in some cases cause seizures, as relates the newspaper Le Défi Quotidien.
 



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1.Posted by wasabi on 09/19/2013 9:54 AM
THERE HAVE ALSO BEEN 9 RELATED DEATHS REGARDING SYNTHETICS, THIS YEAR WORLD WIDE.. JUST SO YOU GUYS KNOW ALL THE INFO.. THIS RISE OF HIGHLY TOXIC SYNTHETICS IS CAUSED BY THE EXTREME LAWS AGAINST THE NATURAL PRODUCT... THE GOVERNMENT MUST REALLY LOOK AT THE WAY THEY HANDEL THIS SITUATION..

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