A 32-year-old female asked:
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if someone laces your cig with something toxic, how long does it stay in your system? 2 weeks later and not feeling better mental n possible brain dmg

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Dr. Joseph Pfeifer
40 years experience Trauma Surgery
Big problem: Currently, there are some major crackpot drugs out there. Particularly synthetic cannabis derivatives, cooked up by amateur chemists who are a menace. These drugs are untested & unregulated. The can be very, repeat very dangerous. They have been shown to cause irreversible neurologic impairment. Some of this stuff can't even be identified by the DEA. If you suspect exposure- see a neurologist ASAP
Answered on Dec 1, 2015

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