Cannabis prohibition fueling synthetic “Spice” epidemic that’s turning people into walking dead zombies

Sunday, March 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Sunday, March 26, 2017

The streets of Great Britain are turning into a scene from The Walking Dead now that homeless people and others have discovered a new drug called “Spice,” a so-called marijuana alternative (though it has nothing whatsoever to do with real cannabis) that leaves users in a dazed, zombie-like state, and has the potential to cause serious injury and death.

Reports indicate that Manchester is slowly morphing into a zombie apocalypse as Spice addicts roam the streets, only to pass out on the ground or inside street planters like human litter. The U.K.’s Daily Mail recently posted photos and video footage of this growing epidemic, which is being fueled by the U.K.’s continued stance of prohibition against real cannabis.

A bus driver by the name of Gavin Rodda snapped some photos and video of suspected Spice users passed out on the ground, lying stomach up in flower planters along the sidewalk, and slumped over in corners. In some cases, these suspected Spice users were even seen smashing up their own faces like demon-possessed monsters in the street.

According to charity figures, some 95 percent of Manchester’s young homeless population is addicted to Spice, as it’s more easily accessible and cheaper than other drugs. One user who spoke to The Daily Mail explained that Spice is more dangerous than heroin, and yet it’s easier to get than real cannabis, which doesn’t cause this type of bodily harm.

“I have used it for about two years,” the user told the U.K. paper. “It’s cheap in bundles and they are going for daft prices. Heroin users are saying it’s the worst stuff going. It’s dangerous.”

People who think they’re getting real cannabis, but instead are getting Spice, suffer serious health consequences

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