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Legal Herbal High drug, Head Candy emergency ?

i was at a festival over the last 3 days, On the last night i took a legal herbel high called head candy, i consumed 2 pills i am over the 60kg suggested weight for 2. Stupidly, i had consumed several beers beforehand and i now realize you are not suppost to. The only effects i felt were an increased heart rate, it feels like my heart is pumping harder and faster, and i vommited a sort of brownie liquid. I am now home from the festival and have just read about some terrifying stories of this drug, my legs are feeling very aggitated and my heart rate is still higher than normal.... what most worries me is a post on a drugs forum that a guy took head candy after drinking and had the effects of vommiting a brownie colour like me, he started to feel worse and worse until he thought he was going to die, he called an ambulance and spent the night in a Cardiac unit attatched to a heart monitor, apparantly his heart had started to fail, i am worried but dont want to tell my parents
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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Believe me, your parents won't be angry. They would be upset if they lost you. The last thing you want to do is cause any or further heart damage by waiting. They can administer oxygen and heart strengtheners if there is potential damage. If nothing is wrong, you can find peace of mind at least.
Answered: Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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