WATER FOR INJECTION. ENGLISH WATER TORTURE?. BACKGROUND. August 2003 – Section 9a amended, 5 items legalised
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ENGLISH WATER TORTURE?
August 2003 – Section 9a amended, 5 items legalised
The Government will be laying a negative resolution statutory instrument to implement changes to section 9A of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. With effect from 1 August 2003, it will no longer be an offence for doctors, pharmacists and drug workers to supply swabs, filters, sterile water, certain mixing utensils (e.g. spoons, bowls, cups and dishes) and citric acid to drug users who have obtained controlled drugs such as heroin and cocaine without a prescription
- hierarchy of risks (boiled, tap etc.)
- don’t use same bottle for more than a day
- always pour, never dip
- don’t use communal glasses (rinsing or cooking)
- don’t assume water is clean (or any paraphernalia)
- dispose of anything sharp responsibly
- DON’T SHARE ANYTHING