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Jan 18, 2017 12:05 PM

8 Tips for Finding out Whether You’ve Been Smoking Laced Pot

There are a lot of ways weed might get contaminated. Cannabis joints you purchase can contain traces of other substances, such as crack cocaine or synthetic marijuana. How can you make sure you’ve been smoking only quality herb? Obtaining your weed from a trustworthy source and paying attention to testing data are the only ways to avoid buying bunk pot. However, if you are still concerned about your herb, here are eight tips on how to find out whether you’ve been smoking laced pot.

8 Tips for Finding out Whether You’ve Been Smoking Laced Pot

1. Harsh Taste

Feeling a burning pain after smoking weed is usually a sign that weed is contaminated. In case your joint has a metallic aftertaste, it wasn’t properly flushed. “Chemical” flavor is usually an indicator that your cannabis contains synthetic drugs.

2. Altered Scent

Your weed should only have a pleasant aroma. If your cannabis has a “chemical” odor, it is likely that it is laced or contains fungicides, pesticides, or insecticides. If cannabis is musty or damp smelling, it may be a sign that your weed is moldy.

3. Powdery Texture

Weed should be sticky when you rub it in between your fingers. The best kief crystals are only milky white; avoid buying herb with crystals that are pure white, transparent or inconsistent in color. Pressurized kief should turn brown.

4. Aggression and Inability to Sleep

If you seem unable to fall asleep or do not feel tired when you should, you may have smoked weed that contained stimulants. Although some cannabis strains can be energizing, feeling significantly more energized than usual is a bad sign.

Some street drugs, such as crack cocaine, PCP and methamphetamine can often cause aggressive behavior or paranoia when added to your joint.

5. Euphoria and Excessive Talkativeness

THC can often make you laugh and feel slight euphoria. However, a strong feeling of euphoria can often be a sign of heroin and other opioid drugs. Weed laced with LSD may cause continuous laughter, talkativeness, and visual hallucinations.

6. Numbness

One of the most famous properties of cannabis is pain relief. But be careful: If your pot completely blocks your ability to feel pain, it might be laced with cocaine or opioids.

7. Unconsciousness and Memory Loss

If you are feeling similar to being drunk after smoking weed, call for help as soon as possible. Although cannabis is known for its ability to affect memory, it never causes prolonged memory loss—pot consumers always remember what they did while under the influence of herb. Seek immediate medical care, if someone around you falls unconscious after consuming pot.

8. Serious Side Effects

Many illicit substances can also interact with pharmaceutical drugs, making laced weed especially dangerous for patients. In this case, drug intoxication can result in hallucinations, seizures, coma and even death.