(EMAILWIRE.COM, December 24, 2015 ) Philadelphia, PA -- Synthetic Marijuana, commonly referred to as K2 and Spice, is responsible for hospitalizing first time users, pitching them into a catatonic state, often followed by death. Lehigh County Chief Deputy District Attorney Bethany Zampogna says, "We need to get out that there is no safe package to use, no safe quantity," Many succumb to trying synthetic marijuana, because it is believed to be a harmless substance- merely emulating marijuana. Drug Rehab Philadelphia
Synthetic marijuana is is comprised to plant matter laced with innumerable chemical substances, which may vary in dosage and level of potency from bag to bag- making the banned substance a matter of Russian roulette. According to Leigh Valley Live at least 103 people have been hospitalized in the nation as a result of synthetic marijuana.
An associate from Drug Rehab Philadelphia comments, "The notion synthetic substances are safer than 'real' drugs is nonsense- and it is our responsibility to educate our children in their elementary school years to stave them away from these drugs that are hospitalizing people- who are dying in some cases. Recreational marijuana legalization solidifies the idea marijuana isn't dangerous. Unlike alcohol, where we have had decades to launch education programs and preventive campaigns, marijuana does not yet command the societal awareness as its counterpart. We are already seeing these effects in our youth."
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