Okay, your HIGH is really messing up my LAWN!!! People will ingest ANYTHING to catch a BUZZ — the latest —FLOWER SEEDS?!
That’s right, people are CHEWING the seeds of:
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
Blue Morning Glory
Because they’re LEGAL, and apparently, mimic the high of LSD.
The police issued a WARNING to parents after a number of TEENAGERS were hospitalized — with extremePSYCHOTIC reactions — after chewing seeds meant to grow climbing vines, long grass, and flowers.
It’s gotten so rampant, HOME DEPOT stores have begun PULLING the seeds from the shelves.
They contain LSA (lysergic acid amide), a HALLUCINOGEN similar to LSD. And while purchasing the seeds is legal — EXTRACTING the LSA — is ILLEGAL. When swallowed, chewed, licked or crushed into tea — they affect a person’s hearing, vision, and sense of time — often making them feel extreme euphoria and extreme fatigue. And like LSD, they can also induce psychotic episodes, flashbacks, overwhelming PARANOIA, and vomiting.
Police are mainly finding the seeds on MIDDLE and HIGH SCHOOL campuses. According to a police officer:
“We as human beings have a tendency to come up with different ways to become impaired, or however you want to describe it.
Here we have a natural product that’s intended for ornamental purposes, and somehow, someone figured out that it could cause a hallucinogenic effect.
Parents should know if their children are into planting flowers or not, so if they see these things in the household, the radar should be on, the red flag should go up.”
The seeds’ psychotic properties were first recorded in the 1960s:
Blue Morning Glory seeds are planted to grow delicate blue-and-white flowers. The seeds are black. Drug users crush them or lick them to induce a psychotic high.
Sleepy Grass seeds looks like pieces of buckwheat. They grow long grass on dry soil, like that commonly seen across the plains of the Midwest and in the arid South West like Arizona.
The slender pods are swallowed to induce a high.
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