posted on Sep, 24 2014 @ 06:16 PM
a reply to: Nechash
This is a subject I am very fluent in, unfortunately.
Methadone and suboxone clinics are there to enable users to co-habitate with society. Most don't realize heroin is not itself dangerous until it's
effects have worn off the individual addicted to them, if they didn't OD in the first place. I've seen people turn into raging psychopaths trying to
get there next fix and if money is needed first, it just complicates the scene even further.
PCP and the other hallucinogens are all pretty much the same, unless the person is mentally able to handle the trip - Bye Bye!
Cocaine is similar to heroin where as the individuals go through extreme methods to get more, but crack and the little known sister to it -
Bazooka(which is like super crack) makes people nuts to get more. If anything when they are using it they are harmless. They will barricade themselves
in rooms to be alone, due to paranoia.
Marijuana in my books isn't even near as bad as alcohol, which is legal already and I have felt for years a swap between the twos legality should be
The methadone/suboxone clinics which are all over the country since the 60's are very useless. Long waiting lines, poorly staffed, poor therapy and
simply money making machines using addicts to their advantage. A lot has changed in the industry but laws and policy makers(big pharma) put up
ATS thread I did a long time ago on this subject
edit on 9/24/2014 by AnteBellum because: add