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Embalming Fluid and Laced Weed

by | Jun 8, 2012


Marijuana laced with PCP is gaining popularity with young people. Some refer to the additive as embalming fluid, but this may be a confusion of terms. (A slang term for PCP is “embalming fluid.”)
Although a number of other terms are used to describe this weed additive (such as fry, wet, water, amp or formaldehyde) there is evidence that these are just varieties of PCP, perhaps
prepared a bit differently.
However, because of this confusion, some young people are now adding embalming fluid to the already dangerous mixture of weed and PCP. Embalming fluid, made from formaldehyde, is a known carcinogen. The ingestion of embalming fluid can lead to lung, nasal and possibly even brain cancer and leukemia. It should never be smoked.
What is the origin of PCP?
It was originally used as an anesthetic. It produced amnesia, sedation and had pain killing qualities. But because of its troubling side effects, (patients often became delirious and
agitated) it was discontinued as a medical drug.Some side effects of a low to
moderate intoxication from PCP use are:

  • Numbness
  • Slurred
    speech
  • Loss of
    coordination
  • Involuntary eye
    motion
  • Exaggerated
    gait
  • A feeling
    of invulnerability and strength

Higher doses can result in:

  • Illusions
  • Auditory
    hallucinations
  • Rapid and
    shallow breathing
  • Elevated
    heart rate
  • Elevated
    temperature
  • Dangerous
    and unprotected sexual behavior

If PCP is used chronically, a dependency on the drug develops, with its attendant withdrawal syndrome once the drug is stopped. Chronic use can result in:

  • Slurred
    speech
  • Stuttering
  • Inability
    to articulate or speak
  • Suicidal
    thoughts
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social
    withdrawal and isolation
  • Damage to
    kidneys
  • Destruction of muscle
    tissue
  • Convulsions
  • Schizophrenia
  • Brain
    damage
  • Coma
  • Death

The bizarre behavior associated with embalming fluid laced weed has resulted in people being placed in psychiatric hospitals, where further damage may be done.
Although the patient is only displaying psychotic behavior because of PCP use, electroconvulsive therapy and psychiatric drugging are often still the treatment of choice by ignorant psychiatrists and their staff.
Smoking laced weed can destroy lives in more ways than one. People have committed murder while high on this drug, in response to hallucinatory voices commanding bizarre and destructive behavior.
Imagine being sentenced to 25 years in prison for a murder you cannot remember committing. (This actually happened to one young man, who told his tragic story on the Ricki Lake show.) In this case, he had no idea that the joint he was about to smoke was laced with PCP. His ignorance did not prevent the murder.
Imagine having your life and memory destroyed by the use of electroconvulsive therapy or addiction to psychiatric drugs. One might only display psychotic behavior one time in the
wrong place for commitment to occur in some states.
The risks are too great, and the results of one mistake can ruin the lives of many for years to come. There are better ways to spend one’s time and energy than poisoning one’s body with embalming fluid and laced weed.
http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/pcp/pcp_info6.shtml
http://voices.yahoo.com/wet-weed-dangers-marijuana-laced-pcp-338844.html?cat=71
http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drugs_concern/pcp.htm

6 Comments

  1. Curt

    I’m curt !!! A dude sale weed and the shit and plus he’s on parole!! Slipped some on me I haven’t tripped out but my head feels totally different and not in a good way !!! Do y’all think I need to tell his parole officer he didn’t give a shit about me if I went crazy I don’t care about his freedom I think I’m going soon as possible!!!!!!

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  2. Eyvette

    I feel the same way at times.Ive only smoked it once and I wish I wouldnt have done it at all.Ive had seizure after seizure since December of 2016.Its killing me softly

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  3. Pee

    My friend smoked it a while ago n he still have symptoms of it can he get better because he b driving me crazy sometimes talking out of term n Making me feel like he is still delousioner I don’t if I should. Jus leave him alone because sometimes he make me feel like he is really weird

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  4. Kim gaskin

    My niece took her life this past February because of being high on embalming fuid

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  5. Curlyhead300

    Man this shit is real. i been on this bullshit for to long and can not shake it…..if anybody out ther can can help please call me….i am stuck in Dallas tx trying to better myself but the bullshit keep draging me down…..please help me….ii prey and try but i just cant stop smoking….i want to change……214 4753959o or curlyhead300@gmail.com

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  6. Brian Green

    Very distrubing and alarming, in the fact that it can be spiked into food and drinks without the knowlege of those who are consumming it. It makes you wonder how many times this may be happening to those who are not “recreational drug users”, and results in emergency room visits, or the pyschiatric industry getting their evil hands on innicent and unsupecting citizens.

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