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CBS Miami now says that the man who police say was eating another man’s face may have been under the influence of bath salts.

The grim crime happened over the weekend. An officer came upon the two men. One of the men was naked and eating the other man’s face. Some say the victim’s face doesn’t resemble anything human.

Bath salts have been known to cause users to hallucinate, but nothing like this gruesome attack has been documented in association with the drugs.

You can read CBS’ story by clicking HERE.

It’s the number that is the universal symbol of marijuana; 420.

By the way, many parents (and most pot smoking teens) do not know the significance of the number. One urban myth has 420 being the number of chemicals in marijuana. If someone tells you that, tell them that they are high.

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From Wikipedia: The earliest use of the term began among a group of teenagers in San Rafael, California in 1971.[2][3] Calling themselves the Waldos, because “their chosen hang-out spot was a wall outside the school,”[4] the group first used the term in connection to a fall 1971 plan to search for an abandoned cannabis crop that they had learned about.[5] The Waldos designated the Louis Pasteur statue on the grounds of San Rafael High School as their meeting place, and 4:20 p.m. as their meeting time.[4] The Waldos referred to this plan with the phrase “4:20 Louis”. Multiple failed attempts to find the crop eventually shortened their phrase to simply “4:20”, which ultimately evolved into a codeword the teens used to mean pot-smoking in general.[5]

Like St Patty’s day for drinkers, April 20th is the celebration of cannabis.

One gathering features thousands of smokers on the campus of the University of Colorado. But university officials have tried everything to thwart the toking in their quad. They used fences and sprinklers to no avail.

This year, according to the CBS-TV affiliate in Denver, the campus is turning to fish fertilizer to try to keep the crowds away. They will spread the fertilizer all over the quad to discourage attendance.

Even threats of ticketing with fines up to $100 isn’t scaring away the estimated 10,000 people expected to show up Friday.

Parents should be vigilant as children will tend to mimic this behavior. Find out where your teen is Friday at 4:20pm.

And for parents who don’t know; there’s a green box to combat the green smoking.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit detects marijuana. Get one today so that you can have it on hand by the weekend. You may never need to use. It begins to take effect, as soon as you bring it home.

Quick reference for parents on the 5 popular prescription drugs that teens are abusing.

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The problem: Teens popping more pills than past generations. Pain relievers are currently the most abused type of prescription drugs by 12-17-year-olds,
followed by stimulants, tranquilizers and sedatives. (NSDUH, 2006) Pill parties are becoming more prevalent in communities, and teens are raiding the family medicine cabinet to score their stash. When the supply runs dry, kids turn to heroin.

The pills:

Vicodin: Vicodin contains a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is in a group of drugs called narcotic pain relievers. Acetaminophen is a less potent pain reliever that increases the effects of hydrocodone. Vicodin is used to relieve moderate to severe pain.

Past-year use of Vicodin is high among 8th, 10th and 12th graders, with nearly one in 10 high school seniors using it in the past year. (MTF, 2006)

Oxycodone:

Oxycodone is a narcotic pain reliever similar to morphine. Oxycodone is used to treat moderate to severe pain. The extended-release form of this medication is for around-the-clock treatment of pain. Oxycodone may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide. Teens typically break up the pills to eliminate the time-release effects.

In 2006, past-year abuse of OxyContin among 8th graders exactly doubled—increasing 100 percent over the last four years (from 1.3% in 2002 to 2.6% in 2006). In 10th graders, past-year abuse of OxyContin increased by 26 percent (from 3.0% in 2002, to 3.8% in 2006). (MTF, 2006)

Alprazolam:

Alprazolam belongs to a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It works by slowing down the movement of chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced. This results in a reduction in nervous tension (anxiety). Alprazolam is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. This is Xanax.

Alprazolam overdosing can result in symptoms like confusion, coma, impaired coordination, sleepiness and impaired reaction time. Especially when combined with alcohol, Alprazolam can be fatal. Alprazolam may encourage suicidal thoughts.

Lorazapam:

Lorazepam is in a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause anxiety. Lorazepam is used to treat anxiety disorders.

However, used chronically, benzodiazepines can be addicting. These agents are often taken in combination with other drugs of abuse by patients with addiction disorders.

Percocet:

Percocet contains a combination of acetaminophen and oxycodone. Oxycodone is in a group of drugs called narcotic pain relievers. Acetaminophen is a less potent pain reliever that increases the effects of oxycodone. Percocet is used to relieve moderate to severe pain.

Percocet is physically and emotionally addictive. Percocet acts as a block to pain receptors in the brain, which results in a feeling of euphoria. Over time, a patient will build up a tolerance to the medication. Addiction occurs from patients attempting and failing to recreate that feeling. When the prescribed amount no longer produces the desired feeling, patients begin ingesting larger quantities of the medications.

The Solution:

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Charlie Sheen stands by his work ethic as an actor.    He says he doesn’t miss a casting call, and he’s always on time.    CBS however isn’t having him back, and has halted production of the hit comedy Two and a Half Men.    Sheen’s apparent rant and name calling incident of show creator Chuck Lorre was the final straw.

Teensavers says it will do it’s part to help CBS get the red light running again.   We have a home drug test that Charlie can take every day to prove that he is drug free.  Sheen recently told the great website Radaronline.com that he’d allow them to film him taking a drug test.   Charlie we have a 12-panel right here that tests for Cocaine, Heroin, PCP, Marijuana, Methamphetamines, Amphetamines, Baribiturates, Benzodiazapines, Oxycodone, Methodone, Ecstasy, and TCAs.      We’ll even waive the $40 price tag.     We love good humor at Teensavers, and if Charlie wants to vow to stay clean, we will help provide the tests so he can prove it!