Legal Highs have resurfaced after the ban just a few weeks ago, legal highs brand Tai High have released an all new ‘Non-Pscyhoactive’ smoking blend.
According to the Ministry of Health, the products are not considered a psychoactive substance under the Psychoactive Substances Act.
Synthetic Cannabis was banned last week and many were excited with the prospects that beggars would go back in to hiding and away from city streets.
Already we can see how ignorant this thought was, as “glue sniffing” and abuse of dangerous solvents is already being seen in Auckland and other areas.
Many were quick to disregard the comments by Clutha district Mayor Bryan Cadogan that homebake heroin could be in black market synthetics.
But these people were just as uneducated about the current drug market as the government. Synthetic opiate chemicals are widely available now.
According to the Clutha district Mayor, there are already reports of dangerous homebake laced black market illegal highs on the streets.
Homebake, is a slang name for monoacetylmorphine, mostly used in NZ and Australia is very similar to Mexican black tar heroin.