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Small Bremerton drug bust leads to massive interstate takedown this week | MyNorthwest.com
Over Dec. 5-6, hundreds of law enforcement officials swarmed locations across Western Washington, arresting 29 people and seizing thousands of fake oxycodone pills, other drugs, and guns. Caleb Banta-Green, senior research scientist at the UW Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, is quoted.
Alcohol.Drug.Abuse.Institute  Banta-Green.Caleb  !UWitM  2018  regl  KIRO  drugs 
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The Mental and Metaphysical Effects of Microdosing LSD
It’s 7 a.m. on the U-Bahn. Eyes still puffy from the night before. A woman slowly nibbles her morning brötchen while staring into the static on the broken TV above. Everyone is silent. And in this…
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3 days ago by thx1138
Police: Man trying to cook meth triggered hazmat response
RICHMOND, R.I. (WPRI) - A Richmond man was arrested Friday night after police and a hazmat team were called to a home off Richmond Townhouse Road.

The man, who has not been identified, was attempting to cook meth in the kitchen, according to police.

Police said they were contacted just after 6 p.m. Friday by the man's girlfriend, who sought to file a domestic assault and battery complaint against the man.

The woman told police it was the result of an argument after she had arrived home to find her boyfriend trying to make a small amount of meth using cold medicine and other ingredients.

Believing there may have been dangerous chemicals inside the home, police called in the town's fire department and a hazmat team from the R.I. Department of Environmental Management to secure the scene.
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3 days ago by dchas
What MDMA Therapy Did For Me – Tucker Max – Medium
A lot of people on MDMA have flashbacks, or relive negative experiences, or even see things in their minds-eye , or will talk aloud. I didn’t do that at all.
All of my emotional release was somatic (meaning, physical). It started in my legs and hips. If you have ever done electrical stimulation for physical therapy, you know what it felt like, but basically — I got jimmy legs. My thighs and legs shook for literally hours.
health  mysticism  posture  therapy  psychology  psychedelics  drugs 
4 days ago by mattrud
Fentanyl-related deaths on the rise | Q13
State health officials report that fentanyl-related deaths are up 70% since last year. Caleb Banta-Green, senior research scientist at the UW Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, is interviewed.
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5 days ago by uwnews
Huge rise in overdose deaths, in Washington state and the nation, from fentanyl, which can kill even in tiny doses | The Seattle Times
Overdose deaths from the powerful synthetic drug fentanyl are up nearly 70 percent during the first six months of this year, according to health officials. Caleb Banta-Green, senior research scientist at the UW Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, is quoted.
Banta-Green.Caleb  !UWitM  2018  regl  Seattle.Times  Alcohol.Drug.Abuse.Institute  UW:Medicine  drugs 
5 days ago by uwnews
How to Sell Drugs - YouTube
Check out other episodes of Fringes here: http://bit.ly/1kXrcf4 Ever wonder how to sell $100,000 worth of drugs in a week? We learned the secrets of a drug d...
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6 days ago by thx1138
Why Alcohol Is the Deadliest Drug - AddictionCenter
This article claims that alcohol kills three times as many people in the US as all other drugs combined. (I bet this doesn't include tobacco, though.)
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7 days ago by darkwater
We Traced the Influence of Hallucinogens over Six Decades of Music - VICE
This story appears in VICE Magazine's Burnout and Escapism Issue. Click HERE to subscribe. It’s perhaps no coincidence that there were just over ten years between the discovery of LSD in 1938 and the birth of popular music. via Pocket
pocket  hallucinogenics  lsd  music  influence  culture  drugs 
7 days ago by jburkunk
Addiction doc says: It’s not the drugs. It’s the ACEs…adverse childhood experiences. « ACEs Too High
"He says: Addiction shouldn’t be called “addiction”. It should be called “ritualized compulsive comfort-seeking”.

He says: Ritualized compulsive comfort-seeking (what traditionalists call addiction) is a normal response to the adversity experienced in childhood, just like bleeding is a normal response to being stabbed."
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8 days ago by ssam

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