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MDPV

Size

100mm x 100mm

Pages

6

Price

£0.35 each

This booklet is designed for anyone who uses or is considering using Naphyrone/MDPV

Recently becoming a class B drug, MDPV (methylenedioxypyrovalerone) is one of many new and emerging drugs, and previously legal highs. This leaflet provides information and harm reduction advice.

In response to this emerging trend of new legal highs, the Home Office has said “Action to address the issue of emerging legal highs coming on to the market is a priority for the Government. We think information is the best type of action. ”This leaflet provides information on:

  • active ingredients and potency/strength of cannabis
  • physical and mental health issues
  • dependency
  • methods of use
  • how to identify any problems you may have
  • practical advice and information on how to reduce the harm from using Skunk
  • realistic tips on how to control your skunk use, or stop completely
  • legal status

Size

100mm

Pages

6

Price

£0.35 each


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