Friday, April 13, 2007


Because it's illegal and so often supplied by profit motivated criminal networks, cannabis - especially hash - sold in the Ireland is often of low quality and contains contaminants. SOAPBAR (it's called "soap" because a 250g bar is shaped like a bar of soap) has been the most common type of hash in Ireland for many years and it is often the most polluted. Now, not all soap is bad of course, but some certainly is. At worst there may only be a tiny amount of low grade hash mixed with some very strange stuff: Beeswax, turpentine, milk powder, ketamine, boot polish, henna, pine resin, aspirin, animal turds, ground coffee, barbiturates, glues and dyes plus carcinogenic solvents such as Toluene and Benzene
This is what happens under prohibition. If your pint down the pub contained any of these nasty things wouldn't you complain? Of course you would, well now its time to complain about polluted cannabis supplies. Join us in saying "NO" to crap hash, tell your friends, tell your dealer!

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