New Mexican Synthetic Drug Targets Children and Teens
According to mexican law enforcement these hallucinogenic pills is the fastest growing drug being used by mexican youth, 2 big problems, they are very cheap, and very addictive. They are pretty much a stronger version of Ecstasy. They are known by the name of "Pokemans" and "Las Nenas", Coming soon to a street corner near you.
Chetumal, Q. Roo. - A new drug known as "Pokemon" has invaded the streets and it is being marketed at preschool and primary schools, where the "dealers" take advantage of the naivety and vulnerability of children, aged between four and 12 years old, by convincing them that they will have similar powers from action figures similar to those seen on television with the same name. "pokemon"
The tablets come in several colors, green, yellow, pink, red or blue, they consist of methylene dioximetanfetamina (MDMA), and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
The College of Physicians in Quintana Roo say this drug originated in the Peninsula area of the Yucatan, and there is a growing concern that immediate action needs to be taken and precautions to prevent it from reaching other areas of the country.
The tactic used by dealers is that by swallowing a colored pill , the person will get special "powers" and can hold battles with those who have the same virtue. "pokemon"
The naivety of children leads them to think that there is some method to become coach of a controlled fictional creatures with the ability to develop "or magic powers," which obviously are far from reality.
The president of the College of Physicians in Quintana Roo, Francisco Javier Lara Uscanga, explained that with the start of the 2013-2014 school year means the return of drugdealers on the campuses.
The cost of such pills is much lower, between 20 and 40 pesos, exactly right for the amount students carry.
These pills are becoming the sensation in the world of drugs among the youth in, Yucatán. - Yucatan authorities reported the death of a subject a few weeks ago he was treated for an overdose of hallucinogenic pills known as "Pokemon".
These pills are becoming the sensation in the world of drugs among the youth of Yucatan.
After the death of this person who had reported evidence of mass consumption in Puerto Progreso, of these pills, also known as "las nenas".
In addition, Progress municipal police managed to capture the dealers, José Luis Suarez Chan, aka the "Popis", 54 years old.
According to a sister of Leo Pech, about a month ago his brother had ingested some pills the type of hallucinogenic acids ("Pokemon") and after being admitted and treated for the overdose, was discharged a week ago however he was still suffering from seizures.
The parents had to return Philip of Jesus to a hospital for treatment, but died a few minutes after being admitted.
Local Police said of the arrests , that they seized 45 rocks of crack and many pills "Pokemon" or "las nenas", confessing that these have became a major cause for concern, since "they are more hallucinogenic cheaper than Ecstasy and other similar drugs."
I can't believe that is real acid and mdma. And if it was, why bother with kids?
Shit I would like to be able to get those when I cross the border. Might even party in TJ if they get those and they are the real deal.
Re: New Mexican Synthetic Drug Targets Children and Teens
If someone in Mexico had the expertise and lab equipment to make real LSD, they could make a fortune in the US.
One kilo of crystal LSD is about 10 million 100mcg hit. Back in the day [up until the late 1990's] "The Family" sold it wholesale for $3,000/gram or .30c a hit. They made hundreds of millions of dollars, but their real motive was to "turn on the world".
Today, real LSD is scarce, and bogus crap wholesales for $10,000/gram.
"The Family" lost their lab and the primary chemists went to jail after the Oregon bust and the missile silo fiasco, but there are still a few grams of the old crystal floating around among Family members, and it's the real deal. REALLY GOOD.
Those that say, don't know. Those that know, don't say.
Let's see. On the side of creative geniuses who have taken LSD, you've got Carl Sagan, Steve Jobs, Cary Grants, Francis Crick [Who credited LSD with his co-discovery of DNA], Aldous Huxley, Bill Gates, Steven King, Eric Clapton, Dr. Kary Mullis [Nobel Prize winning DNA expert, and surfer. Mullis received a 1993 Nobel Prize for single-handedly inventing the PCR reaction, one of the most important advances in molecular biology ever made.], Oliver Stone, Dan Rather, and Dr. Andrew Weil.
On the side of junkies slamming smack, which you apparently wish you could do more often, you have John Belushi, Chris Farley, River Phoenix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Sid Vicious, and Amy Winehouse, Just to name a few. They're all dead.
Those that say, don't know. Those that know, don't say.
This Yellow Journalism, Mixing mdma and lsd is called candyflipping, it has been around a long time in the club scenes around the world. MDMA pills and the like have always been sold with cartoon character/popular logos on colorful pills. While it's impossible to tell what drugs are in/on your pill without laboratory analysis, in my experience "acid dropped on ecstasy" or "acid based ecstasy" or "mescaline based ecstasy" are bullshit terms used by misinformed people usually, or sometimes downright dishonest dealers.
LSD in ecstasy is very rare, almost non existent. More commonly, "acid based ecstasy" is actually MDA or a hallucinogenic piperazine derivative. With the rise of "Molly" in popular culture worldwide it is seen being used by younger and younger kids, even when i was in middleschool in the mid 90 there was several kids doing stuff like this.