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Psyclone- Legal High Death- Bolton
#1
Just seen this report.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/man-dies-after-smoking-psyclone-2334291

I wonder if it will be followed up with a full coroner's report into the exact cause of death? 

I wonder if the newspaper would report it if its found the deceased was on a cocktail of chemicals, legal or illegal?

I wonder if they would issue an apology to the 'Death Merchant' RC vendors?

I highly doubt it....
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#2
I swear it's always Mary Joy's stuff that ends up on the news, Annihilation, Warning, Exodus... That's the brand most people who smoke incense, smoke too. I've tried most of them over the years, and they're damn strong, I reckon panic attack/heart failure, I really do. Mary Joy is a nasty company.
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#3
More than likely poly drug use with an underlying health condition, dont wish to make assumptions but this kind of thing is never reported clearly or in an unbiased manner.
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#4
(04-10-2013, 12:40 AM)Blodwyn Wrote: More than likely poly drug use with an underlying health condition, dont wish to make assumptions but this kind of thing is never reported clearly or in an unbiased manner.

'There's the bad guy' reporting yet again.
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#5
“Put simply, do not smoke herbal incense. It is not for direct inhalation and you do not know what effect it will have on your wellbeing.”

It's almost as if they think it's actually meant to be incense...


It's a shame that the actual cause of death (specific substances, suspected dosage) will never be reported. It'll just be 'legal highs teh evil!". Poor bugger. Would never have happened if we had sensible laws.
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#6
It does make one question the whole 'blend' scene as a whole, as they are all renowned for being exceedingly potent. The only one I did try, a mere few mg's of herb in a rollup was enough to blow me away after a couple of tokes. I couldn't imagine the effects of casual weed smoker should they pack it into a joint as thick as they would weed. It is the lack of disclosure of the content, ratio and recommended dose that is repeatedly landing people with serious problems, from branded products sold in street headshops in particular as they don't often know what they are even selling, and is the root source for people who tend to be inexperienced in RC's.

I don't even know why the blends must be so strong in the first place, I for one used to love taking time over a smoke, as opposed to getting a quick hit that'll knock me sideways. Understandably difficult to reduce the potency and even distribution on a base herb, but still....
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#7
My opinion is that cannabimimetics are best avoided..
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#8
a sentiment with which I agree. I tried a recently banned & notoriously powerful cannabinoid a few years ago, for pure research purposes. I found the compound active at a quarter of a milligram & the effects weren't pleasant even at that dose.
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#9
I found one I loved. Hit fast, wore off in under an hour. Now illegal, probably for the best - nobody knows what the health effects could be and I could easily become habituated to that.

If we're going to legalise anything, let's legalise the herb they're all trying to imitate.
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#10
RC noids are evil.
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