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    • bongme
      hi   Girl, 14, hospitalised after taking ‘sweets containing cannabis' The incident happened in Harpenden   A 14-year-old girl from Harpenden was taken to hospital after taking ‘sweets’ which are believed to contain a high concentration of cannabis. Three 17-year-old males were arrested on Wednesday night (November 25) in Luton Road, Harpenden, on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs. They are currently in police custody.   The girl, who was taken to hospital at the start of November, suffered breathing difficulties and numbness to her arms and legs but is believed to have made a full recovery. A large quantity of drugs and ‘sweets’ were found during searches of addresses.   Parents are being warned to speak to their children following the incident.   Harpenden Neighbourhood Sergeant Mark Essam said: “Whilst we do not want to alarm parents, it is important we let the public know about these sweets, which can be bought cheaply online and look like popular brands. "The difference is that they are laced with cannabis and sometimes Class A drugs like MDMA.  "Some of the packets are marked with the initial’s ‘THC’. We have been working with schools in the area and they have sent out information to parents already about this problem. "The health risks, especially to young people, include heart palpitations, vomiting and hallucinations. "Please make sure you continue to speak to your children about the dangers of these ‘sweets’ and call us if your child has been offered them."   https://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/news/hertfordshire-news/girl-14-hospitalised-after-taking-4741320   Bongme        
    • M Pamplemousse
      A friend of a friend found my original BG C99 very effective. 
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