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27 December 2020

Is caffeine addictive?

You can get used to caffeine. One cup of coffee is no longer enough to wake up. Heavy coffee drinkers can also experience mild withdrawal symptoms such as: headache, fatigue […]

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27 December 2020

What if I have medical complaints after the use of partydrugs?

Some complaints after using drugs can last longer, A medical explanation or even treatment may then be necessary. The Brijder has set up a national consultancy for party drugs related […]

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24 December 2020

How did the use of herbal ecstasy start?

The first herbal XTCs appeared on the market in the late 1990s when the first smart shops were opened. They started by combining different substances to develop legal alternatives to […]

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24 December 2020

What about the law and herbal ecstasy?

Herbal XTC is generally legal, but it is possible that smart shops secretly sell illegal substances as if it were legal herbal XTC. If one of the ingredients is banned, […]

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24 December 2020

I am taking medications and want to take a herbal XTC. What do I have to think of?

Combining drugs with medications can be risky. Little research has been done on many combinations. The Jellinek website contains a ‘medicine matrix‘ where you can read what the risks are […]

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24 December 2020

I am planning to use herbal XTC with another drug. What can the consequences be?

Combining different drugs is extra risky and unpredictable. If you combine, you are more likely to have problems with your health. For more information, check the theme Drugs and combination use. […]

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24 December 2020

How did the use of tobacco start?

Tobacco has a long history. The first reports that indicate that people are aware of the use of tobacco as a stimulant come from North and Central America. Reliefs of […]

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24 December 2020

What about the law and tobacco?

The Netherlands has had the Tobacco and Smoking Products Act since 1988. Provisions in this law must ensure that the damage caused by smoking is limited. The tax duties on […]

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24 December 2020

What is an e-cigarette?

In 1963, a device was invented that could convert a nicotine solution into steam. This was not picked up further until the first electronic cigarette was invented in 2003 as […]

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24 December 2020

What are the effects of smoking on your skin and teeth?

Tobacco causes a gray appearance and rapidly aging skin. The connective tissue under the skin ages faster. Smokers are more likely to get wrinkles than non-smokers for this reason. This […]

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24 December 2020

What is the effect of smoking on your heart and blood vessels?

The artery walls are damaged by carbon monoxide, nicotine and possibly other substances in the tobacco smoke. Fat can deposit more easily, which can lead to arteriosclerosis. In the longer […]

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24 December 2020

How long is tobacco detectable in your body?

How long a drug is detectable in your blood or urine depends on a number of factors. It is influenced by how often and how much you use and your […]

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24 December 2020

I am planning to use tobacco with another drug. What are the consequences?

Combining different drugs can be risky and unpredictable. If you combine, you are more likely to have problems with your health. For more information, check the theme Drugs and combination […]

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24 December 2020

What is the history of smartshops?

Smartshops have a fairly short history. The first smart shop was opened in Amsterdam in 1994. The idea was to mainly sell products that made your brain work better, that […]

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24 December 2020

What about the law and smartshop products?

The products sold in a smartshop must comply with a number of laws. They may not appear on list I or II of the Opium Act, such as XTC, speed […]

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24 December 2020

I am planning to combine smartshopproducts with other drugs. What are the consequences?

Combining different drugs is extra risky and unpredictable. If you combine, you are more likely to have problems with your health. The products from the smartshop differ enormously in their […]

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24 December 2020

Does amphetamine hit you faster when you snort it compared to swallowing?

Speed/amphetamine is used in different ways. The most common ways are snorting and swallowing. Drugs that are snorted enter the bloodstream faster through the nasal mucosa and therefore work faster […]

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24 December 2020

Is Ritalin (methylphenidate) the same as speed?

No it is not the same. The active ingredient in Ritalin is methylphenidate. This is a substance similar to amphetamine, but not the same. Although the effect of methylphenidate is […]

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24 December 2020

Is it possible to overdose on speed (amphetamine)?

You can overdose on speed. Whether a dose is harmful depends, among other things, on how often someone uses it. It is therefore difficult to give clear advice about a […]

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24 December 2020

What about the law and speed (amphetamine)?

Amphetamine is considered a hard drug in the Opium Act. It is on list 1. This means that possession, production and trade are punishable by law. The police will generally […]

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