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Teen Drug Dealers offer “Candy Drug” to Kids

By October 19, 2008No Comments

Strawberry Quik

So once again drug dealers prove they are some of the lowest of the low in our society.

There’s a new drug on the market being handed to kids in school yards. It’s a type of crystal Meth that looks, smells and tastes like strawberry pop rocks (it fizzles and pops like the popular candy) Its being called “strawberry quik” or strawberry meth. This new and kid appealing version of this highly addictive drug is also being made in chocolate, peanut butter, cola, cherry, grape, and orange flavors.

Drug Dealers are obviously looking to turn teens and pre-teens into their new adolescent and teen addict customers. Kids are showing up in Adolescent rehabs and teen treatment centers.

If parents don’t still tell their kids to not accept anything from strangers now is a time to start having those conversations! Its sad that “cooks” would be making this destructive drug so easily marketed as a candy for kids only to have serious and even deadly results.

There is a fox news report on this at https://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,271215,00.html .

Meth is a highly addictive and destructive drug. Please make sure you children are informed so that they are not rushed to the hospital or morgue because they took “candy” from someone at school!

amy lawhorn

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