Publicado: Vie, Abril 13, 2018
Salud | Por Gertrudes Rodriquez

Argentine police claiming mice ate half a ton of cannabis sacked

Argentine police claiming mice ate half a ton of cannabis sacked

However, synthetic marijuana often contains potentially lethal chemicals.

The deaths all happened in the state of IL but four other states have reported cases.

Emergency rooms in IL are noticing a spike in synthetic pot users suffering from "severe bleeding", and state health officials are warning the public to remain vigilant. IL reported seven more cases on Tuesday, bringing the nationwide total to at least 116. The products are up to 100 times more potent than the active ingredient in marijuana and severe reactions have included seizures, coma and delirium.

The Cuomo administration noted that synthetic marijuana is marketed as legal and sold in colorful packets which typically consist of plant material coated by chemicals that are supposed to mimic the effects of naturally grown marijuana.

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Sold over the counter in colourful containers with names like Cloud Nine, Crazy Monkey or Blue Giant and described as a "herbal smoke blend", synthetic marijuana is created to replicate the effects of real cannabis.

However, several court-appointed forensic experts tore down their claims by stating that mice don't usually have a thing for pot. "Synthetic cannabinoids are unsafe. It is hard to know what's in them or what your reaction to them will be". Women who are menstruating have also experienced a higher than average flow. The CDC has warned doctors nationwide to be on the lookout for patients experiencing severe and unexplained bleeding.

"This bleeding is not expected, at least in such a significant population so quickly", Dr. Melissa Millewich, an emergency room physician at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, told the Chicago Tribune.

Six thousand kilograms of cannabis was stored, but only 5,460 kilograms was found during an inspection. The Chicago cases are unusual because of the symptoms of severe bleeding caused by the rat poison.

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