7 June 2016
A dangerous new illegal drug known as flakka has, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration, started to spread death across the United States.
According to the U.S. agency, when consumed by humans, flakka acts like a cross between cocaine and meth; it causes people to feel euphoric and to mildly hallucinate.
The drug which induces seizures, paranoia, and delusions, can cause people to act with bizarre, even psychotic-like, aggressive behaviour that can lead to (and, for some people, has led to) injury or death. In fact, people using flakka have sometimes been described as behaving like “zombies.”
Modern science and the internet age have created flakka and allowed it to spread; the drug is a man-made substance manufactured primarily in India and China.
It is often sold online – sometimes for less than $5 per dose – making it an attractive alternative to many more expensive drugs that have to be grown, harvested, and transported, all while evading law enforcement.
A quick survey of YouTube will reveal all the death dealing effects of this drug and show it as one everybody should steer clear of.
Author: Ekpeki Donald Pen Prince
Ekpeki Chovwe Donald styled the PenPrince is a writer and lawyer in equity. He has an unhealthy interest in wit, pun and poetry. When he’s not writing, he’s reading and when he’s not reading, he’s breathing. He breathes words.