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West-Afrika. Kush: FTIR spectrometer testing indicates presence of synthetic cannabinoids and nitazenes in Freetown and Bissau

West-Afrika. Kush: FTIR spectrometer testing indicates presence of synthetic cannabinoids and nitazenes in Freetown and Bissau

In the absence of reliable chemical testing, ‘kush’ was suspected to include fentanyl, acetone, formaldehyde, tramadol, and even human bones. ‘Kush’ is believed to have caused a number of deaths in Sierra Leone, underlying the urgent need for action. (Global Initiative, Genf, 12.06.2024)

https://globalinitiative.net/analysis/kush-testing-drug-markets-sierra-leone-guinea-bissau/