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Parents Take Caution Of Your Kids As This New Drug Circulates In Disguise

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Drugs are chemicals that will influence how your body and mind function. They include pharmaceuticals, non-prediction drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs. They will have both short-term and long-term effects, which may be both physical and psychological. You may think that drugs won’t become a controversy because you're only a usual user, but you are not.

Substance use can rapidly start to possess an effect on your health and other aspects of your life. They often stimulate the conventional workings of our bodies. Differing kinds of medicine affect your body in numerous ways, and also the effects related to drugs can vary from person to person.

How a drug affects human beings relies on the spread of things, including body size, general health, the number and strength of the drug, and whether the other drugs are within the system at the identical time. It's important to recollect that illegal drugs don't seem to be controlled substances, and thus the standard and concentration may differ from one batch to a different.

According to an email sent by the pinnacle Teacher of Rusinga Schools, Nairobi, Mrs. Echessa Kariuki, she has warned oldsters to require extra care of their kids. The letter reads a follows:

To All Parents:

We have received an email (see below) with information we feel you ALL must know so you'll be able to take the precaution of protecting your children from the house end as we do our bit from the institution end.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Please be very cautious.

New drug in Schools...Please pass this on whether or not you are doing not have kids in class. Parents should fathom drugs. This is often a brand new drug referred to as strawberry quick. There is an awfully scary thing happening within the schools that we all have to bear in mind.

It also smells like strawberry and it's being handed intent on kids in schoolyards. They're calling it strawberry meth or strawberry quick.

Kids are ingesting it thinking that it's candy and being rushed off to the hospital in dire condition. It also comes in chocolate, cola, cherry, grape, and orange.

Advise your kids to reject candy that appears like this from a fan(who might be given the identical and believed it's candy). Take any substance that you suspect to an educator, principal, etc. immediately.

Pass this email on to as many of us as you'll be able to(even if they do not have kids) so we will raise awareness and hopefully prevent any tragedies from occurring.

Please share to Maximum to form awareness because it is admittedly helpful.

Thank you.


Mrs. Echessa Kariuki.

Head Teacher

Rusinga Schools


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