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Half U.S. ecstacy from B.C.|
Ecstasy smuggling across the B.C. border has exploded, according to a cross-border team of law enforcers.
A Visit to the Chapel of the Sacred Mirrors
A large but soft-spoken crowd gathers in the foyer of the Alex and Allyson Grey's Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (COSM), which overlooks a notorious stretch of nightclubs on West 27th Street.
Semantic memory pinpointed in the brain
The part of the brain responsible for the way we understand words, meanings and concepts has been revealed as the anterior temporal lobe – a region just in front of the ears.
Dogs love to get high
The number of stoned canines turning up at vet's offices has doubled in the last ten years
AU: Police to test drivers for ecstasy
The force says it's developed groundbreaking technology that can detect the designer drug in saliva and blood samples.
Israeli stoners unite!
Isreali activists have decided to boycott hashish originating from Lebanon, in order to avoid indirect sponsorship of Hizbullah, who are believed to be involved in smuggling the drug over the Israeli border.
Datura: Plunge into hell
Even heavy drug users find Angel's Trumpet seeds (Datura) to be the most frightening high of their lives.
Dutch police warn of hallucinogenic chocolate bars
Police at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Thursday released a warning for hallucinogenic dark chocolate bars after a homeless man ate one and confused their uniforms with wedding dresses.
Ecstacy's unlikely trip from lab to dance floor
More than two decades after the dance drug ecstasy burst on to the scene, chemists have finally pieced together the true story of the origins of one the most influential and controversial substances ever to come from a test tube.
Pain sufferer turns to 'shrooms'
Hundreds of cluster headache sufferers have begun to self-medicate with psilocybin and LSD. And now Harvard Medical School researchers plan to do a carefully controlled study of the drugs.
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