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Dangerous New Street Drug

A terrifying new “legal high” has hit our streets. Methyl-carbonol, known by the street name “wiz,” is a clear liquid that causes cancers, liver problems, and brain disease, and is more toxic than ecstasy and cocaine. Addiction can occur after just one drink, and addicts will go to any lengths to get their next fix – even letting their kids go hungry or beating up their partners to obtain money. Casual users can go into blind rages when they’re high, and police have reported a huge increase in crime where the drug is being used. Worst of all, drink companies are adding “wiz” to fizzy drinks and advertising them to kids like they’re plain Coca-Cola. Two or three teenagers die from it every week overdosing on a binge, and another 10 from having accidents caused by reckless driving.

An excerpt from Drugs: Without the Hot Air, by David Nutt (2012 UIT Cambridge).

31 Days Booklet

In early recovery, especially, there is confusion and information overload. LifeRing Modesto created a "guide" for people in early recovery. We have found that it also reminds those of us who have been at it awhile why we chose to be abstinent.