A fake Cannabis called Sinsense has been for sale in Australia and after the death of two Queensland natives for using synthetic cannabis, Sinsense has been declared by police to be “exceptional danger to humans”
There are very highly toxic chemicals used in the manufactoring of synthetic cannabis, and you don’t know the percentage of each dangerous substance in each as dose, as they are not consistent.
Using names like Devil’s Harvest and Black Cherry, Sinsence sold for about $70.00 for 3 grams.
The police currently have the product in evidence and a complete analysis for illegal substances will be available in about a few weeks.
“The entire point of using Cannabis is to not have to use synthetic chemicals, and most stoners that grow their own, choose to do so organically. You have to be careful what you put into your body” says Owen, “that’s why you’ll meet many stoners that don’t consume alcohol or chemical drugs or even aspirin, it’s poison. But cannabis is natural. Young kids are easily fooled by marketing and we need the police and goverment to shut down products like Sinsence and protect our youth.”
Thank you Adelaide police and the State Government for cracking down on Fake drugs.