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legal high

n
(Recreational Drugs) any substance not prohibited by law that produces an altered state of consciousness
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Poppers, a liquid legal high with psychoactive effects, have been linked to retinal damage in new research published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
Lockhart was spotted on CCTV selling the so-called legal high Spice to people at the Old Eldon Square on June 17 this year, just three weeks after the new law was introduced.
It's quite clear that synthetic cannabinoids are extremely dangerous drugs to use, in spite of the fact it's given the term of legal high.
A PUPIL at one of Britain's top schools was rushed to hospital suspected of taking a legal high.
Crews were turning up to jobs unaware they were dealing with a legal high - and had to rely on one of the patient's friends "fessing up".
AMOTHER whose daughter was hospitalised after taking a legal high is launching a petition against the sale of the over-the-counter drugs.
These findings show that the legal high market is providing a route to supply banned substances," said Baron, hoping that customers will be aware before purchasing online drugs after this study.
The survey, by The Student Room website, found one in three people aged 16-24 have tried a legal high - even though three in four said they thought the drugs were just as dangerous as heroin or cocaine.
Summary: The party drug naphyrone will lose its legal high status when it is banned and made a class B drug.
His solicitor said he simply did not know the law had changed when he was caught on CCTV selling and distributing the so-called legal high Spice at Old Eldon Square.
POLICE have issued an urgent warning about a potentially lifethreatening legal high called 'Annihilation' after a man who took the drug was left in a coma.