Laced weed may be a rarity, but it can still happen. Being “laced” means it’s being sold with something more dangerous in it. The result could be feelings of nausea, dizziness, vomiting, diarrhea, organ failure and even death. If you are buying pot from an off-the-cuff source, it is best to have your guard up. Here are some tips for how to tell if your weed is laced.
Is Your Weed Laced?
Simple Tests for Glass and Detergent
If there is glass in your bud, you can tell by rubbing it on a CD. If the CD scratches, there is glass in the mixture. If not, no glass. Easy.
Also simple is the test for how to tell if weed is laced with detergent. Put a bit of bud in a glass of water and swirl it around. If you see suds, the detergent is in there.
In general, if you worry that there are other drugs in your weed, use a drug testing kit. They are available fairly cheap online. Residue drug tests can pick up the presence of drugs in mere seconds.
More Tips on Avoiding Laced Marijuana
If you worry that what you are buying is not pure, here is some advice. Firstly, don’t buy bud if is it has already been ground up by the seller. Moreover, if you are not allowed to look closely at it, you will want to avoid it. The same holds true if the seller rushes you. Trust your gut on this one.
If you already have the suspicious weed in your possession, use your senses to help determine if it is laced with another drug. It should be green and have a strong scent. If it has a powerful chemical smell and burns when you inhale, the possibility is high (excuse the pun) that you have a laced version.