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New Harm Reduction Service Encourages Dealers To Send Drugs in Mail for Testing (BCCSU)

Photo via Pixabay and courtesy of VICE.
Photo via Pixabay and courtesy of VICE.

A new harm reduction service is encouraging drug dealers and users to send them samples in the mail for testing.

The service is particularly aimed at rural and northern Canadian dealers and users, who may not have access to drug testing or other harm reduction resources.

We decided this was an important service so we saved up through my dispensary for a few months and bought one of these FT-IR machines. It’s the same kind that’s used by the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU). They offer drug testing in Vancouver as well, but they only do it Insite—so you have to go there with your substance to get it tested.

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