They show how cocaine mixed with chemicals can rot the skin and genitals

They show how cocaine mixed with chemicals can rot the skin and genitals.

They show how cocaine mixed with chemicals can rot the skin and genitals.

They show how cocaine mixed with chemicals can rot the skin and genitals.

Occasionally, the drug with which the skin and genital area rots may have very strong ingredients in the body.

According to a new report from the sun, about two-thirds of cocaine, which is smoked in the UK are cut with levamisole, fed to cows and horses.

Photos published by the British Medical Journal show its influence on the body, with one image showing a woman whose face started after taking cocaine with levamisole.

Another shows the ear of a man in Colombia, which turned black and began to die after his blood was poisoned by the chemicals with which the drug was mixed.

In Texas, the United States of Texas, was a 68-year-old woman To doctors, after they developed a red blood bubble at the end of his nose.

“If you buy the relaxation drugs, that the risk not only in danger by the drug.” Skillful drug dealers often cut their drug with other, cheaper products to further increase their profits.

And no matter how dangerous these other products are.

Levamisole is one such product: it is used to bleed cattle, but it was used to treat cancer in humans before it was withdrawn for safety reasons.” It can cause a complete breakdown of your immune system and even rot your skin.

“There is no cure for one of these side effects – people just have to be hospitalized and therapy will be given to avoid life-threatening complications.”

Since Levamisole is cheap in countries including Colombia and Venezuela, and serves as a stimulant, it is easy to disguise.

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