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#TestIt Alert: Round light cyan pill with ‘M30’ stamped inside of a square on one side sold in San Luis, AZ as Oxycodone but actually contains acetaminophen, 4-Methylaminoantipyrine, fentanyl, and 4-ANPP

#TestIt Alert: Round light cyan pill with ‘M30’ stamped inside of a square on one side sold in San Luis, AZ as Oxycodone but actually contains acetaminophen, 4-Methylaminoantipyrine, fentanyl, and 4-ANPP
By: Rachel Clark, DanceSafe Intern A light cyan round tablet with ‘M30’ in a rounded rectangular square on one side and a score line with a ‘30’ above it on the other was sold as Oxycodone in San Luis, AZ, but tested as acetaminophen, 4-Methylaminoantipyrine, fentanyl, and 4-ANPP. The sample was both sourced in and submitted from San Luis, AZ. The sample ... Read more
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#TestIt Alert: Capsule of white powder sold as Alprazolam (Xanax) in North Carolina found to contain exclusively Flualprazolam

#TestIt Alert: Capsule of white powder sold as Alprazolam (Xanax) in North Carolina found to contain exclusively Flualprazolam
By: Rachel Clark, DanceSafe Intern A rectangular green pressed bar was sold as Alprazolam (Xanax) in North Carolina, but tested as Flualprazolam. The sample was sourced from online (Florida) and submitted from North Carolina.   The sample is in the form of a green, rectangular “bar”-shaped pill with two score lines and “S | 90” on the score side (no ... Read more
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#TestIt Alert: Capsule of white powder sold as diclazepam in San Francisco, CA found to contain exclusively EMB-FUBINACA and AB-FUBINACA

#TestIt Alert: Capsule of white powder sold as diclazepam in San Francisco, CA found to contain exclusively EMB-FUBINACA and AB-FUBINACA
A gel capsule of white powder was sold as diclazepam (a synthetic depressant in the benzodiazepine class) in San Francisco, CA, but tested as EMB-FUBINACA and AB-FUBINACA. The sample was both sourced and submitted from San Francisco, CA. The capsule was clear, with an overall weight of 349mg, and contained an off-white powder. According to EcstasyData.org, ... Read more
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News Jun 16, 2019

LSD is LSD

LSD is LSD
Needlepoint, Lavender, White Fluff. All different labels for one substance, and one substance only: LSD. It is not correct to say that there are different ‘types’ of LSD. LSD is LSD. So why, then, are there different and distinct effects, durations, and experiences between the various street names or labels for LSD, or even between different sources? The ... Read more
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News Dec 11, 2017

Drinking Alcohol: A Socially Acceptable Way to Consume Drugs

Drinking Alcohol: A Socially Acceptable Way to Consume Drugs
Remember when we debunked the myth that caffeine was indeed a drug? Well, it’s time now to do the same for alcohol. Today, we bring to you #MythBusterMonday in all its might to dismantle the dichotomy between “drugs and alcohol.” As DanceSafe’s Kristin Karas is always so apt to point out, it should be more accurately stated as  “alcohol and other drugs.” ... Read more
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News Nov 20, 2017

Caffeine = Drug

Caffeine = Drug
Let’s get it straight: caffeine is most certainly a drug. In fact, it is the world’s most consumed psychoactive drug–meaning it changes brain function and results in alterations in perception, mood, consciousness or behavior. Caffeine is legal and unregulated in nearly all parts of the world. The definition of ‘drug,’ in the most common sense of the ... Read more
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News Sep 25, 2017

Harm Reduction Includes Abstinence

Harm Reduction Includes Abstinence
According to the Harm Reduction Coalition, harm reduction is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use.  Harm reduction principles include:   Accepts, for better and or worse, that licit and illicit drug use is part of our world and chooses to work to minimize its harmful effects rather ... Read more
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News Sep 18, 2017

Myth: Some People Never Stop ‘Tripping’ After Eating Mushrooms

Myth: Some People Never Stop ‘Tripping’ After Eating Mushrooms
DanceSafe is here to debunk the myth that once you experiment with psilocybin mushrooms, you will never stop ‘tripping.’ Those who claim that some people do not stop tripping after taking mushrooms might be getting confused with the fact that a mushroom experience may alter someone’s personality permanently–but for the better. A John Hopkins ... Read more
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News Sep 11, 2017