Eleven Hialeah Students Hospitalized After Robo-Tripping at School
Teenagers have unfortunately become experts in the area of getting high off legal substances, and a practice known as "robo-tripping" has become a standard for those looking to get a buzz off drugs readily available over the counter at pharmacies.
Dextromethorphan, an active ingredient found in Robitussin and other cough medicines, in high doses produces effects similar to Ketamine, such as euphoria, hallucinations, and vivid thoughts. Some users even report out-of-body experiences.
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