Nutmeg High

December 2, 2010 by staff 

Nutmeg High, Holiday spices used for anything other than to spice pies and festive drinks, there is now evidence of children online is to use drugs.

Nutmeg is something that many people have in their kitchen today. If you find that the spice will not throw in your cabinets, you can ask your children about it. Home videos on YouTube showing young people receive high house by consuming large quantities of nutmeg. An online video showed a consumption of teen a whole container of ground spice.

“It’s a little scary because it’s in the kitchen for everyone,” said Oklahoma City resident Jackie Wilson.

Enjoying the nutmeg is nothing new, but gets stoned and set up an online video is. Oklahoma Poison Control Center said that those who try it will often say that it was not worth it.

“Certainly they have the hallucinations they want, but the side effects … especially stomach aches and vomiting that prevents them from wanting to do it again. In fact, I’ve never heard of someone who wants to try and try again, “said Scott Schaeffer Poison Control Center of Oklahoma.

Educational videos on the Internet showing how to make cigarettes and nutmeg to the attention of police in Oklahoma. Although they say there is nothing illegal about making cigarettes nutmeg, this is what might lead to whoever interested.

“What we want to emphasize to parents is that if you have a child trying to nutmeg or some of these other products to get high, you probably already have a child to smash and is simply looking for a legal and easy to do, “said Mark Woodward with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.

For some people, just a tablespoon of nutmeg, or snorted or smoked, for this high they seek. The volatile oil in nutmeg fresh can pass into the central nervous system and is causing hallucinations. The effects can start within 15 to 20 minutes and last for several hours depending on dose.

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