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The State of Oregon is banning a synthetic chemical that can produce a meth-like high. The are called names like “Ivory Wave” or Cloud Nine”. Gary Schnabel of the Oregon Pharmacy Board says Poison Control Centers have seen a big jump in the number of calls about the powder, which can cause extreme paranoia, hallucinations, and high blood pressure. It's been sold in head shops and online, but it's illegal as of today.

 

 

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