Meth an bathsalts ruinin greeneville

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eye4u

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Mar 27, 2013
 

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Meth and bathsalts the new drug pills are thing of past. these people need serious help.

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Sorry but this is not really new. A big problem yes but not new.

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Mar 27, 2013
 
All this new stuff to hit the market,it makes one wonder.To what length will people go to,to get high? I know the K2 stuff and whatever else out there that is like it is off the shelf now I take it.I'm glad too,lots of the people that I work with were on it as it dont (at the time) show up on drug tests.I think it can be detected now though,or at least the company says they can detect it.Drugs as a whole are unappealing to me,plus the fact of all the dangerous/toxic chemicals that I deal with at work,then add something intoxicating to the mix could spell disaster and death for thousands of people.What ever happened to just having a good cold beer and a delicious woman? WHAT MORE COULD A MAN WANT?
Clementine

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Mar 27, 2013
 
blackcatgreeneyes wrote:
Sorry but this is not really new. A big problem yes but not new.
Agreed. Not new news. However it may be popular. I don't know why anyone would want be on that stuff, but its their business.
Zuzu Petals

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Mar 27, 2013
 
Meth and bathsalts and people mainlining opioids is a real problem, I agree. Too bad that stopping such abuses is not the real intent of the war on drugs.
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Zuzu Petals wrote:
Meth and bathsalts and people mainlining opioids is a real problem, I agree. Too bad that stopping such abuses is not the real intent of the war on drugs.
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hopper mcbopper

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Mar 27, 2013
 
Just wait til krokodil hits the streets, the junkies will literally rot away.
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Greeneville, TN

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Mar 28, 2013
 
whats krokodil

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Mar 28, 2013
 
hopper mcbopper wrote:
Just wait til krokodil hits the streets, the junkies will literally rot away.
now thats scary, i never heard of it , i googled and saw pics. flesh rots off your body. the life expectancy is about 1 year.
hopper mcbopper

Greeneville, TN

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Mar 30, 2013
 
makes morphine look like kids asprian

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Mar 30, 2013
 
kristilou wrote:
<quoted text> now thats scary, i never heard of it , i googled and saw pics. flesh rots off your body. the life expectancy is about 1 year.
I searched it too. Very scary.
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Mar 30, 2013
 
Health issues
Users of bath salts have reported experiencing symptoms including headache, heart palpitations, nausea, and cold fingers.[14] Hallucinations, paranoia, and panic attacks have also been reported,[14] and news media have reported associations with violent behavior,[15] heart attack, kidney failure, liver failure, suicide, an increased tolerance for pain[3], dehydration, and breakdown of skeletal muscle tissue.[16]
Visual symptoms similar to those of stimulant overdoses include dilated pupils, involuntary muscle movement, rapid heartbeat and high blood pressure.[17] Many documented users have also had a history of mental illness.[17]
The effects of "bath salts" on a developing fetus are unknown. However, the use of cocaine and meth (which have effects similar to "bath salts") during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of miscarriage, premature delivery, and decreased birth weight. These newborns were also more likely to be irritable, malnourished, and suffer from sleep disturbances within the first few weeks after birth.[18]

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Mar 30, 2013
 
That new drug may not be all too bad. The addicts will kill there selfs off and fast. I know the problems here seem to gotten better with all of the sub clinics opening up.

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