Friday, July 28, 2017

Levamisole Rotting 80% of U.K. Cocaine users Faces

Industrial-strength levamisole, used to de-worm farm animals is being used to cut cocaine being sold on the streets in the UK, which is rotting away people's faces. The chemical is now present in up to 80 per cent of the cocaine being sold on the streets. It causes skin lesions and discolouration and rotting of the skin when blood cells rupture, particularly in the ears, nose and fingers.

About 10 per cent of those patients will die from severe infections - and they may be walking around like a ticking time bomb.