Online Drug Purchasing

Over the last few years people have started to purchase drugs and medications on-line. There are a vast array of sites that you can use, both in the UK and outside the UK jurisdiction.
But do you know, the dangers:

They could be fake and there are many sites offering fake drugs.
Importantly you might think you are purchasing drugs legally when in fact you are breaking UK laws. You might think that if you purchase medications, this is legal, it might not be, so think about what you purchase. If you buy fake drugs or wrongly marked drugs, this can lead to problems. Not all drugs are licensed for use in the UK.

The Dark Net purchases will continue to rise so will social media, the days they are a changing. It is important to keep up to date with these changes, younger people have grown up in a computer generation, they can work the websites, in general better than their parents.

  • Facts about On-line Drugs and 'New Drugs'

    For parents, particularly with the (New Drugs), this has burst onto  the scene, for the first time drugs are on-line with the postman delivering to your son or daughter. These drugs are very possibly be illegal and you should be aware of this, get advice! All previous banned drugs will stay within the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and are illegal to possess, please look at Drugs Classifications as the penalties in this ACT can vary depending if it’s a Class A, B or C Drug.

    You should make yourself aware of these substances, so you can go on-line and go to www.knowthescore.info or go to the ‘Drugs Wheel’, which explains the 7 different types of drugs categories from Stimulants to Empathogens. Please see our Drugs Wheel Video.

    There are local services you can talk to, addresses are in the help section or you can contact us in the questions section. Remember, there is help and support and it is local.

  • Advice on 'New Drugs'

    Young people, and males especially tend to be ‘risk takers’ they tend to form ‘peer clusters’, in which they associate with ‘like minded’ young people. So you mix with young people who like the same music, clothes and possibly drugs. From the outset the main thing to get straight is Most Young people Do Not Take Drugs.

  • Help & Support

    Many agencies provide help and support around ‘Legal Highs/NPS, these include locally CAIR Scotland, and the Drugs and Alcohol Team at Highland House. Nationally we have Crew 2000 which can be found at www.crew2000.org.uk and Know the Score at www.knowthescore.info or you could checkout the ‘Drugs Meter’ www.drugsmeter.com

    It is important to note that there are various types of users taking these chemicals, so how you use and what you use may affect the service which suits your needs. So contact us, in the contact page and we can direct you to the service that suits your needs.