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When former legal high Meow Meow was banned two years ago and given Class B status, after it was linked to 42 deaths, there were fears Benzo Fury would replace it on the club scene.
Taking the drug is like playing Russian roulette.
Since then, Nike Jacket Black With Hood more than 40 legal highs have been identified.
Director of the Scottish Drugs Forum, David Liddell, said: "There are always new drugs coming on to the market.
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But Benzo Fury is still readily, and legally, available to buy.
The chemicals they contain have, in most cases, never been used in drugs for human consumption, so haven't been tested.
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The most infamous, Benzo Fury, is a stimulant based on MDA, a psychedelic drug like ecstasy.
The drugs, known as "legal highs", are the latest craze among teenage clubbers and festival goers and, worryingly, are available to buy in shops or on the internet.
LEGAL highs carry serious health risks.
substance. There seem to be more hospital admissions when "new" legal highs come out as nobody knows quite what they contain and what the effects could be.
Severe reactions to the drug can include fits, hallucinations and high blood pressure.
"The best advice is to avoid them at all costs."
Having them along with alcohol or any other drugs increases the risk of death. They can reduce inhibitions, cause drowsiness, coma, paranoid states, seizures and death.
LEGAL highs vary in strength. The most potent are most likely to cause overdose anything more than a few grains of the strongest can cause death.
The most important thing is to have an open chat to find out what they are doing, rather than being accusing or confrontational.
You might observe changes in sleeping patterns, mood, or they might look tired or stay away from home for extended periods. The difficulty is distinguishing between typical teenage life and drug use.
festival was the latest in a long line of fatalities linked to lethal designer drugs.
in 2009. It was then outlawed by the UK Government.
However, this year legal highs were banned from T in the Park. But the designer drugs can still be easily bought in shops for 10
Here, in a need to know guide for parents, we take a look at the "legal" designer drugs that are ruining young lives.
Legal highs are labelled as research chemicals, plant food, bath crystals or pond cleaner and carry the warning, "not for human consumption".
A few facts every parent should know
Websites sell dozens of legalhighs for as little as 8.
They sell the lethal Benzo Fury, as well as other party drugs, including HeX TC Gold and Crazy Cane.
THE effects are similar to illegal drugs, such as cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis, so the advice is the same.
The designer drugs, such as Benzo Fury, which is thought to have killed 19 year old Alex, are modified versions of illegal substances that manage to bypass drug laws. But legal highs can be as deadly as Class A drugs such as cocaine or heroin.
How do you know if your child is taking legal highs?
What are the dangers and why are people dying?
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