This Is Not A Gummy Bear – It’s A New Lethal Drug!
There’s a new drug that is spreading through schools in Germany, and it’s called strawberry quick or strawberry meth. It smells like a real strawberry and looks like a gummy bear, but you should warn your children to stay away from it!
This new drug is essentially strawberry flavored crystal meth which can be fatal. There’s online chatter about the fast spread of the drug which is very popular in western Europe, but is expected to be widespread across the continent soon.
“Dear parents, please share this status! There’s a new drug being dealt in schools in Germany, but it can quickly come to your country! It’s called strawberry meth or strawberry quick. It smells like a real strawberry and it looks like a gummy bear, but you should warn your kids to avoid it! This is a strawberry flavored crystal meth which can even be fatal. It is the quickest and ugliest shortcut to their grave, so please, share this status and warm every parent you know about it.” This is the message that’s been spreading through Facebook recently.
Crystal meth is a dangerous synthetic drug which is popular in the USA and EU. The number of users of crystal meth is constantly increasing, and the authorities are unable to stop the flow of this often lethal drug. Crystal meth is referred to as “cocaine for the poor”. When taken for a longer period, it causes numerous physical and mental disorders. It can be taken orally, by sniffing or smoking or through an intravenous injection. The production process of the drug is simple, and when consumed, it activates certain brain cells. Crystal meth is a very addictive drug.
The drug is usually produced in homemade labs and sold for as much as 70 euros a gram. It can be taken as a pill, sniffed as a powder or injected with a needle. Crystal meth is significantly more powerful and more dangerous than cocaine or heroin as it causes has long-lasting brain and central nervous system damage. Over time, crystal meth addicts start deteriorating physically, developing awful hives and blisters on his body, and most of them end up HIV positive.
If your try to quit it, symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety and paranoia occur. In the long-term, you can expect anorexia, blood vessel damage, respiratory problems and irregular heartbeat. You can recognize a crystal meth user by his anxiety, uncoordinated moves and the need for fluids. The signs you should look out for in your child are unexplained loss of appetite and elevated alertness and activity.
The physical changes caused by crystal meth are the worst side-effect of the drug – after some time, crystal meth addicts lose their teeth and hair, and quickly become unrecognizable.