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From: =?UTF-8?B?bW9fbW8g8J+OuCDwn5ic8J+OuPCfmIMg4pyo?= <mo_mo@none.invalid>
Newsgroups: it.scienza.medicina
Subject: marijuana e hashish
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2018 10:25:58 +0100
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Leggo che quando fumati, sia la marijuana che l’hashish, rilasciano un 
caratteristico odore dolciastro. A volte capita di sentire odore 
dolciastro in giro e vedi dei giovani che fumano. Una fugace sniffata 
involontaria del loro fumo può avere effetti non voluti anche sul 
malcapitato? Come capire se è droga o tabacco dolciastro? Grazie.
mo_mo  🎸 😜-- -- --🎸 😜