It’s 4 am in the morning and the world as you know it seems to slip away into a far and distant space. All the tangible trivialities of your day-to-day life have left you behind; you have taken a stumble down the rabbit hole, and where you are about to come out is very much unknown. This is not a Lewis Carroll play, however; this is the fantastical and very much distorted world of Methoxetamine.
This new ‘legal high’ is on the rise, and the reality is that more and more of Nottingham’s students appear to be currently entering into this world. If you haven’t yet come across this new drug, it is referred to by journalists and the older generation as ‘roflcopter’, but you are much more likely to hear it referred to as ‘MKet’ ? a name which for many of you might ring a few bells with that notorious fad of ‘MKat’, but the effects of this new kid on the block contrast vastly to the soaring highs and never-ending lows of the Mephedrone days.
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