WASHINGTON - The government is warning consumers not to use a list of liquid products touted as providing a "safe legal high" because they
actually may contain some risky chemicals — including a date-rape drug.
"They pose a hazard," said David Elder, director of FDA's enforcement office. "The levels of drug products found in these products concern us.
Kids are not necessarily consuming a cap-full or teaspoon or sip of this. They could take a couple of swigs and pass the bottle to their friends."
The products were sold on the Internet and in stores as dietary supplement alternatives to illegal street drugs. It is illegal for dietary supplements
to contain drugs, or to be marketed in that manner.
I personally would never use these "types" of things, Hell I don't even like taking prescription drugs...
Have any of you tried these or others like them, if so what were the effects ?