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    “Fake Weed” Laced With Rat Poison Has Killed 3 People And Made 115 Sick

    April 11th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Theresa Tamkins

    In March, people in Chicago and central Illinois started getting sick with severe bleeding of the mouth, nose, eyes, lungs, and other body areas.

    Three people have been arrested for allegedly selling synthetic cannabinoids, or “fake weed,” laced with rat poison.

    In March, people in Chicago and central Illinois started getting sick with severe bleeding of the mouth, nose, eyes, lungs, and other body areas.

    Examples of synthetic cannabinoid packaging.

    Illinois Department of Public Health / Via dph.illinois.gov

    The Illinois Department of Health reported Wednesday that the number of cases have now risen to 118, including three deaths. “While it is still an increase, it’s on a smaller scale,” said Melaney Arnold, a spokesperson for the Illinois Department of Health in Springfield, Illinois.

    The deaths included two men in their 20s and one man in his 40s; two were in central Illinois and one in the Chicago area.

    The cases have been linked to the use of synthetic cannabinoids, or “fake weed,” contaminated with brodifacoum, a rat poison.

    Synthetic cannabinoids are illegal but often sold in convenience stores, smoke shops, gas stations, and online with names like K2, Spice, Black Mamba, Bombay Blue, Genie, and Zohai. People who sell them may try to get around the regulation by labeling them “not for human consumption.”

    Synthetic cannabinoids are human-made chemicals that …read more

    Via:: Health Topics by BuzzFeed

          

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