What Are the Side Effects of
Smoking Weed Laced with
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Drug users were soaking cigarettes in
P.C.P. since the early 70’s. Since then,
this practice has become a favorite of
both teenagers and young adults.
Unfortunately, the side effects of
smoking weed laced with P.C.P. are
just too many, including lung injuries.
What Is P.C.P. Wet?
The phenomenon of “wet” drugs is
now very common. Health experts
coined this term to refer to marijuana
or cigarettes dipped in Phencyclidine,
an anesthesia or formaldehyde, or
While weed is the most popular
option, herbs such as oregano,
parsley, and mint may also be used to
create good wet joints.
In fact, others like smoking menthol
cigarettes because weed can be
extremely hot and irritate the mouth
and the throat. Smoking herbs will
likewise produce odors that will help
disguise users from those who are
familiar with how P.C.P. normally
Why Do People Dip Joints or
Cigarettes in P.C.P.?
Wet P.C.P. became popular because it
creates a strong hallucinogenic effect
when smoked. This effect adds to the
potency of nicotine and marijuana.
Also, a cigarette or joint dipped in
Phencyclidine, which is now classified
as a Schedule II controlled substance
in the U.S. because of its high potential
for dependence and abuse, burns at a
very slow rate, which gives users a
prolonged drug experience. With
smoking, delivery to the bloodstream
is also faster.
Because smoking of cigarettes is legal
in all states, and weed is legal in some
states, this at least appears to be safer
and more normal as compared to
other methods like shooting and
What Are the Effects of P.C.P.-Laced
Weed When Smoked ?
P.C.P. smoking is done recreationally
to get high. How people react to weed
laced with P.C.P. will depend on
several factors, including age, gender,
body composition, dosage, and
frequency of use.
The symptoms of weed laced with
PCP may make a user appear: