“The prescription medication addiction problem in the U.S. is having some unexpected consequences,” notes the website. “In many cases, experts report that when an individual has been addicted to pills for a while, they often start replacing these drugs with harder, more dangerous street narcotics like cocaine or heroin.” 1

“More drug counselors and parents are finding their kids using unusual products to try to get high,” writes the news website. “Some are turning to spices like nutmegi and cloves, while others are huffing hand sanitizer.” Eugene Fournoy, an El Paso drug counselor “said the Internet is allowing young people to share ideas on how to get high.” 2

Related notes

i For thousands of years, nutmeg has disappointed people who were stupid enough to try getting high on it.
– Scott Morgan, “A Scary New Drug Threatens Our Children: Nutmeg,” 7 July 2010, at (retrieved: 4 August 2012).

Related links

1 “Prescription pill addicts often turn to other drugs,”, at (retrieved: 4 August 2012).

2 “Teens Abusing Nutmeg, Hand Sanitizer To Get High,” 13 January 2010, KFOX14, at (retrieved: 4 August 2012).

See also

“Slang/Street Names for Heroin, Cocaine and other Narcotics,”, at (retrieved: 4 August 2012).

Related videos

“Teenagers Guzzle Hand Sanitizer to Get Drunk,” NewsyWeirdStuff video at, (retrieved: 4 August 2012). (Watch it here)

“13 ABC Action News – Teens and Inhalant Abuse,” JeffWilliams63 video at, (retrieved: 4 August 2012). (Watch it here)

“Huffing,” justpray4rain video at, (retrieved: 4 August 2012). (Watch it here)

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