“Recently, lacing with fentanyl specifically is causing a lot of accidental overdoses,” said Nzinga Harrison, Chief Medical Officer for the addiction treatment center Eleanor Health. “Fentanyl has been found in cocaine, pain pills like Oxycontin, and downers like Xanax when bought underground.” Increasingly, it’s also been found in other drugs, like ecstasy, ketamine, and even weed. It’s 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and accounts for the majority of over 36,000 synthetic opioid deaths reported in 2019—and fentanyl deaths are on the rise, increasing by 63 percent between 2019 and 2020.
Dealers found through a mutual friend might ask that that mutual contact remain the go-between, the shroom dealer added. “More degrees of separation theoretically means less potential legal exposure,” he said.
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In any case: If a person doesn’t know their seller beforehand, it’s a good idea to Google them to look for things like records of violent crimes or robberies, said Glowiak.
Over the past year-plus, people may have fallen out of touch with their dealers—who also may have moved or stopped operating. These people might now be wondering how to start from scratch in terms of finding drugs in the first place, and how to do that as safely as possible. Buying drugs illicitly always has its risks, but if a person is looking for a new dealer after all this time indoors, there are some ways they can try to find a new connect while actively putting safety and harm reduction first. (You know, if “they” were “potentially” curious about that kind of thing.)
Glowiak advised buyers to meet dealers in a public place if they choose to go through with buying drugs from them. “By removing the element of entering an unknown [environment], buyers minimize the risk of being assaulted,” he said.
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