You thought Crack was bad?
You thought meth was bad??? Meth used to be a legal prescription.
Wait till you read about THIS new monster - it's only recently even been discovered. It's in Brazil, and you already know it's heading this way.
FIVE TIMES as powerful as crack cocaine, and supposedly one fifth the cost.
The ingredients - very unpleasant, are available in the link, but no recipe, of course.
http://m.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/ma … pe=article
When you see the name "Oxi" do NOT make the mistake of thinking that we are talking about oxycontin - that's not anything remotely similar to this.
Great.. More Zombies to wade through... It did start in the 70s through when frontal lobotomy scars stopped being in vogue!
I seriously wonder if someone could live through something five times as powerful as crack.
I'll not say how I wonder or why - I'll just say.....it would be hard to believe that someone could live through something any more powerful. Hope I never see or hear about that shit round here.
Its not 5 times as powerful, its a fifth of the price and TWICE as powerful, according to the article linked.
Still pretty frightening. Made from cocaine paste, gasoline, kerosene and quicklime.
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