target: The Public, Goverment Officials, Medical Officials and the Media
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by November 22, 2013
Products called Kush, Blaze,Skunk, Spice, to name a few are psychoactive plants which are sprayed with synthetic chemicals that can induce dissociative effects and can cause long term psychosis and or death. These are sold legally in Texas at head shops, gas stations, your local conveniance store and on line. They are sold disguised as incenses, the packages say “Not For Human Consumption”. This synthetic yet legal form of Marijuana, has proven to be more harmful then natural illegal marijuana and the long term effects can be life threatening. It can happen with the very first use of this DRUG. I have witnessed users having hallucinations, vomiting, become combative and violent. They have anxiety attacks, convulsions, fast heart rates and raised blood pressure that can lead to heart failure. I have seen them go into manic rages. Some have attacked family and friends. There are laws out there banning some of the chemicals used in making this product but the makers of these drugs are creative and simply change the chemical makeup to avoid the laws in place. Please educate yourself and your children. My intentions are to make the Government, (state and national), the mass media, the Medical Community and the public aware of this deadly legal drug. I ask for your help. Please join me in signing this petition, to demand an immediate ban on the sell of Synthetic Marijuana and getting this drug off the shelves of our stores. Thank you,
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