Concern Raised About Herb That Could Lead To Pennsylvania Drug Injuries
April 17, 2008
The Sentinel reported that Pennsylvania state officials have asked to add the Pennsylvania drug Saliva to a list of controlled substances.
The Pennsylvania drug is a hallucinogenic herb which creates an out-of-body awareness to its users. The drug is known to be easily accessible to children and could cause serious Pennsylvania drug injuries.
Even though the drug does not have long-term effects, individuals are concerned of the activities conducted by Pennsylvania drug users while under the influence such as driving, potentially causing Pennsylvania drug injuries.
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