The Mullahs and Hezbollah, Lords of Drug Smuggling

by Majid Rafizadeh August 12, 2020 at 4:00 am “Presumed to have been issued by Iranian religious leaders, the fatwa reportedly read: We are making drugs for Satan — America and the Jews. If we cannot kill them with guns, we will kill them with drugs.” — Matthew Levitt, Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon’s Party of … Continue reading The Mullahs and Hezbollah, Lords of Drug Smuggling

HORRIFYING: Indivior Solutions Gave ADDICTIVE Opioid Drug As “Treatment” For Opioid Abuse Under FALSE CLAIM Of Drug Being A Non-Opioid Treatment For Addiction

Daily Fodder Team–July 27, 2020 Indivior Solutions today pleaded guilty to a one-count felony information and, together with its parent companies Indivior Inc. and Indivior plc, agreed to pay a total of $600 million to resolve criminal and civil liability associated with the marketing of the opioid-addiction-treatment drug Suboxone.  Together with a $1.4 billion resolution … Continue reading HORRIFYING: Indivior Solutions Gave ADDICTIVE Opioid Drug As “Treatment” For Opioid Abuse Under FALSE CLAIM Of Drug Being A Non-Opioid Treatment For Addiction

Chemicals supplied by China play a big role in America’s illegal drug trade

Thursday, June 11, 2020 by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) Coronavirus isn’t the only deadly epidemic that can be traced to China; factories in the country have also been involved in supplying huge amounts of precursor chemicals to Mexican super labs to produce methamphetamines and other drugs that end up on American streets. Precursor chemicals are used for … Continue reading Chemicals supplied by China play a big role in America’s illegal drug trade

High-dose opioids – five factors that increase the risk of harm

March 30, 2020 11.44am EDT Sean Jennings started taking opioids in 1993 following a complication from a hernia operation that left him in debilitating pain. His GP initially prescribed codeine combined with paracetamol, but the pain persisted. Every day Sean took more and more pills. His GP eventually prescribed stronger opioids than codeine – tramadol, at … Continue reading High-dose opioids – five factors that increase the risk of harm

The opioid crisis may be far worse than thought, making the epidemic harder to fight

There may be a gross underreporting of opioid-related death rates By Dr. Yalda Safai and Dr. Melanie Graber – February 27, 2020, 1:20 PM – 6 min read As Drug Overdose Deaths Escalate, Opioids Continue to Be the Top Killer There may be a gross underreporting of opioid-related death rates, leading to misrepresentation about the extent of the epidemic, according … Continue reading The opioid crisis may be far worse than thought, making the epidemic harder to fight

Surpassing Overdose: Study Links Opioids to Heart-Related Deaths

BY SETH POLLARD POSTED ON MAY 3, 2019 The opioid epidemic has been a topic of conversation for a years now. With doctors and pharmacies being instructed to be more careful with their prescribing of the medication, and some states even asking them to look up a patient’s drug history before dispensing the drugs, it comes as … Continue reading Surpassing Overdose: Study Links Opioids to Heart-Related Deaths

Trump administration doubles down on anti-marijuana position

By BRENDAN BURES, THE FRESH TOAST TRIBUNE CONTENT AGENCY | FEB 21, 2020 | 4:34 PM Analysts previously predicted Donald Trump might support marijuana legalization to boost his chances of re-election this year. Instead, the opposite has happened. The Trump Administration has proposed removing medical marijuana protections in the 2021 fiscal budget and leaked audio revealed the President’s belief that smoking weed makes you … Continue reading Trump administration doubles down on anti-marijuana position

Long-term use of depression drug may cause addiction

By Knowridge – February 21, 2020   In a new study, researchers say that people who have taken antidepressants for years should consider coming off the medication. However, these people will likely face difficult and even dangerous withdrawal symptoms due to physical dependence. The best process is to follow a tapering schedule while consulting with a physician. … Continue reading Long-term use of depression drug may cause addiction

Man high on ‘zombie drug’ Spice saws off own leg and is left with bloodied stump

GRAPHIC CONTENT: The man, who had taken the synthetic substance, had to be rushed into intensive care while doctors battled to stop him bleeding to death from his gaping wound By Anna Savva 14:07, 21 FEB 2020 UPDATED14:22, 21 FEB 2020 A man reportedly sawed off his own leg while off his head on the “zombie drug” … Continue reading Man high on ‘zombie drug’ Spice saws off own leg and is left with bloodied stump

Opioid vending machine opens in Vancouver

MySafe scheme for addicts aims to help reduce overdose deaths in Canadian city William Turvill in Vancouver – Mon 17 Feb 2020 11.32 EST   A vending machine for powerful opioids has opened in Canada as part of a project to help fight the Canadian city’s overdose crisis. The MySafe project, which resembles a cash machine, gives addicts access to … Continue reading Opioid vending machine opens in Vancouver