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Cocaine Can Rot Your Flesh, U.S. Scientists Discover Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Besides making you edgy and skittish, with a propensity toward emotional highs and lows, cocaine can also rot your skin, according to a study reported Monday by Time.com.

Researchers found that the illegal drug can contain agents that contribute to low white cell count or dying skin tissue, giving people the appearance of wearing rotting flesh.

The findings were published in the Annals of Internal Medicine after a discovery by doctors at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York.

It was found that women who had a history of cocaine use also tended to have discolorations on various body parts like their cheeks, buttocks, thighs and earlobes.

Those symptoms are consistent with use of the medication levamisole, which is used by veterinarians for de-worming farm animals.

The medication is also used, however, in the illicit drug industry to "stretch" cocaine, possibly for more profit or a more potent high.

“Almost 80 percent of the cocaine coming into this country has levamisole mixed in,” said Dr. Ghinwa Dumyati, a University of Rochester medical professor.

He noted that the medication can cause an inflammation inside the small blood vessels. “The result can be the death of the epidermis or outer layer of skin,” he said.

The skin condition is treatable but most cases would get better if people simply stopped using cocaine, Dumyati said.

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The pure heroin so potent Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

 it can kill before users even take the needles from their arms - available for just £7

A potent wave of cheap heroin which can kill users before they pull the syringe from their veins is spreading across America.

Drug smugglers are selling the ‘black tar’ substance for as little as £7 ($10) a bag, raising concerns that its cost will widen its appeal with addicts.

The heroin – named for its dark, gooey consistency – which is being grown in Mexico and Colombia and taken to the U.S., is so pure, it can kill unsuspecting users instantly.

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Potent: Dealers in Mexico have produced an 80 per cent pure heroin which can kill instantly

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Medical Pot Trips Up Cities Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Montana Towns Fight to Rein In Industry Amid Store Boom, Spate of Violence

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Good Stuff owner Bill Milligan

Casey Riffe/Billings Gazette

Good Stuff owner Bill Milligan puts his new city license for a medical-marijuana business back on the wall at his store in December 2009.

BILLINGS, Mont.

Cities across this state are rushing to contain a pot-store boom and an uptick in related violence that underscore the struggles of local governments nationwide to manage the growing medical-marijuana industry.

This month, the Billings City Council approved a temporary moratorium on the opening of new marijuana storefronts, shortly after firebombs were tossed at two such businesses and "Not in Our Town" was spray painted on both buildings.

Kalispell recently banned any new medical-marijuana stores in the city following the bludgeoning death of a patient that authorities believe was related to the theft of medical-marijuana plants. Next month, the Great Falls City Commission will consider whether to extend an existing moratorium on medical-marijuana businesses or ban them altogether after the town saw the patient count mushroom "completely out of hand," according to Great Falls Mayor Michael Winters.

"It's an absolute nightmare," Billings Mayor Tom Hanel said from his downtown office. "My prediction is it's only going to get worse if we continue to allow it." Still, medical-marijuana advocates are urging restraint, concerned about the impact of changes on the sick and pain-stricken.

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High Anxiety: Pot Growers Fear Legal Weed Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

If Calif. Legalizes Marijuana, Outlaw Growers Say It Will Drive Down the Price of Their Crop and Damage Economy

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(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

In this photo taken May 13, 2009 marijuana grown for medical purposes is shown inside a greenhouse at a farm in Potter Valley, Calif. After many years, several statewide efforts to legalize marijuana could finally let outlaw growers come out into the light. But at a community meeting in the heart of Northern California pot country on Tuesday, many growers said they were more worried about the cost of legalization to their bottom lines than about any federal raid.

The smell of pot hung heavy in the air as men with dreadlocks and gray beards contemplated a nightmarish possibility in this legendary region of outlaw marijuana growers: legal weed.

If California legalizes marijuana, they say, it will drive down the price of their crop and damage not just their livelihoods but the entire economy along the state's rugged northern coast.

"The legalization of marijuana will be the single most devastating economic event in the long boom-and-bust history of Northern California," said Anna Hamilton, 62, a Humboldt County radio host and musician who said her involvement with marijuana has mostly been limited to smoking it for the past 40 years.

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Senate Panel Endorses Cocaine Sentencing Bill Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Andrew Ramonas

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved legislation Thursday that takes a significant step toward reducing the disparity between sentences for powder cocaine and crack cocaine.

Crack cocaine

Crack cocaine (iStock)

The committee voted, 19-0, to approve the Fair Sentencing Act. Before approving the measure, the panel voted, 17-1, to reduce the 100-to-1 ratio between crack and powder cocaine penalties to 18-to-1. As originally introduced by Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), a member of the panel, the bill would have established the same sentencing guidelines for powder cocaine and crack offenses.

The decades-old sentencing law currently gives the same five-year mandatory minimum sentence for the possession of five grams of crack cocaine as it does for the possession of 500 grams of powder cocaine. The bill endorsed by the panel Thursday would give the same five-year mandatory minimum sentence for the possession of 28 grams of crack cocaine as it does for the possession of 500 grams of powder cocaine.

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 @ 01:55:27 EDT (989 reads) 

Cannabis Festival Set For Spring In Aspen Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
Cannabis

ASPEN, Colo.

It's like a beer competition for marijuana.

A cannabis festival in Aspen this spring will be the first in the state for approved growers to put their strains in a contest.

The Western Slope Cannabis Crown will have about 50 medical marijuana growers enter their strains of weed. The marijuana strains will be diagnostically tested for their THC levels. Growers will also be able to sell to medical marijuana patients. The customers would vote on a "people's choice" strain.

The Cannabis Crown organizer, Bobby Scurlock, says about 1,500 tickets have been sold for the two-day event.

KIROTV

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