STREET DRUGS AS FROM THE HEIGHT OF ECSTASY TO THE DEPTHS OF HELL; AS QUICK AS A FLASH
Vijay Vasani, Hiren Raninga, Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen* and Prof. Dr. C. N. Patel
From the height of ecstasy to the depths of hell. As quick as a flash. Then brain damage for the rest of your life. This is what some street drugs can do to you and even after you've stopped, these drugs may have scorched the delicate tissue of your brain and changed you into a monster, capable of the most horrifying acts of violence. Or you might be left in a dark well of depression, from which nothing can save you. It doesn't matter which drug you try, even if it's only once - you have to know you're playing with fire. The stuff you're smoking, sniffing or shooting up is going to hit your brain with the force of a lightning bolt. It's not the moral custodians, teachers and religious ministers who say so. It's hardened policemen, chemical scientists and psychiatrists who have witnessed the effects of these drugs with bewilderment. Forget everything you thought you knew about drugs. Nothing can prepare you for the havoc caused by Charlie and crystal, hot ice, china white and liquid ecstasy and it's not happening somewhere else; it's happening here in our neighbourhoods, schools and universities, to normal teenagers who "just wanna have fun" and adults who should know better. It makes the drugged-hippie era look like a Sunday school picnic. Modern drugs are so much more powerful, so much more intense, taking you to ecstatic peaks of euphoria and energy - then dropping you into the depths of despair. No wonder it's called a crash. Until recently no one knew the extent of the devastation caused in your brain by this chemical violence.
Keywords: Uppers, Downers, Hallucinogens, Euphoria, Psychedelics.
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