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Fentanyl-laced cannabis: forever feared, not yet found

“A few hundred micrograms–the weight of a single grain of salt–are enough to trigger heroin-like bliss,” writes the Globe and Mail. “But the line between euphoria and fatal overdose is frighteningly thin: An amount the size of two grains of salt can kill a healthy adult.”

“The RCMP [Royal Canadian Mounted Police] issued a warning last fall [2016], saying they believed marijuana contaminated with fentanyl was being sold in Masset, B.C.,” reports the London Free Press. “But the warning was based solely on concerns from community members and no fentanyl-laced pot had been seized…. both the RCMP and Canada’s health minister have said the rumours haven’t been proven.”

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Fentanyl-laced cannabis: forever feared, not yet found
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