In the world of drug use and addiction, only one thing is certain: This world will never stop changing. New drugs will appear and old ones will fade away. Supply and demand will ebb and flow. The only way to stay safe and protect your family is to stay aware of the changes that might affect your loved ones.
Methamphetamine is a highly dangerous, addictive, and lethal drug that can cause irreparable damage to the body by destroying the basic cognitive functions and physical health. It is so powerful that it can alter the chemistry of the brain and cause permanent damage.
If you are a parent and are concerned about keeping your kids off drugs, you will of course be telling them not to smoke pot, not to inject heroin and not to snort cocaine.
The news media seems to have moved on to other topics than synthetics, perhaps because of all the furor surrounding marijuana in so many states. But at the same time that synthetics fell off the front page, that criminal industry has continued to operate.
The last five years have brought a strange twist to the drug epidemic that is sweeping the world. Designer drugs such as bath salts and synthetic marijuana continue to rise in popularity, despite the fact that most were recently outlawed.
Narconon has released new section of their website to educate people about the subject of synthetic drugs. The site features information including a list of the names for common synthetic drugs and descriptions of the dangerous effects of this type of drug,
A recent story in Scientific American highlighted the dangers of several new synthetic drugs which are becoming increasingly widespread throughout the United States. These drugs are only the latest iteration of a common theme throughout mankind’s history.
They’re sold under names like “Ivory Wave” or “Vanilla Sky” and are distributed in brightly-colored packets. Until recently, synthetic drugs were sold legally in smoke shops and convenience stores all over the country.
You may have heard about the variety of party drugs out there–meth, Ecstasy, and others. Recently a new wave of synthetic drugs has hit the streets and schools, including bath salts and synthetic marijuana, or K2.
There has been the birth of a new breed drug which may not have received the attention it ought to. This is the synthetic drug or designer drugs. Over the past ten years, it came into existence and has since been rising in numbers among teens and adults.