Experts say many of these new synthetic drugs don’t show up on blood tests, making it more difficult for medical professionals to identify an overdose.
On July 12, the Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to the owner of a website selling a product known as PoppySeed Wash.
A pharmaceutical hacking group created controversy by releasing a YouTube video on how to make an epinephrine injector. They plan to release more “recipes” in the near future.
Federal regulators are studying these products that heat tobacco rather than burn it. Manufacturers hope they can overtake e-cigarettes.
An experimental treatment for MS known as HSCT is available in North America, but it’s more accessible and less expensive in Russia.