This is typical criminal drug manufacturer behavior – twist an illegal drug chemically into a substance that is not yet declared illegal, then sell it to young people who are just looking to have a good time.
Perhaps you have been told that permitting smoked marijuana to be distributed through minimally regulated and supervised dispensaries in your town is the only compassionate decision that can be made. In that case, you have been told only half the story.
Many parents and youth have no idea that they can die on their very first use of an inhalant. In fact, there are six different ways that inhalants can kill a person, whether it’s their first use, second or twentieth. It’s vital for parents to know how to educate their children to protect them. This starts with parents becoming well-informed.
Parents may need to learn more about the drugs their children may encounter so they know how to explain the dangers. Today’s marijuana is not the same as the weed of twenty or thirty years ago and today’s youth will be offered more types of drugs than any generation before them. Narconon helps parents keep up with the changes by providing easy-to-read information on every drug their child is likely to be offered.
While the number of cannabis resin seizures has stayed relatively stable over the last decade, the number of herbal cannabis seizures has tripled. Annually, approximately 2,500 tonnes of the drug in leaf or resin form are consumed by Europeans.
When youth crave adventure and excitement, they may go looking for drugs to try. Unfortunately, there is usually someone close to hand that would be happy to supply them. As a sales point, if these dealers can promote a new drug as “legal,” this may have appeal for a young…
A report on teen prescription drug abuse confirms that we need more drug prevention to help keep kids from abusing them.
The way people are abusing drugs is changing. More people are abusing up to five different drugs. This can be dangerous and many people are doing it.
As the number of major motion pictures featuring drug and alcohol abuse keeps climbing skyward, parents will have to work harder to keep their families drug-free.
A new report finds that marijuana abuse is sending more young adults to the emergency room than alcohol and prescription drugs.