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Pill testing at Groovin The Moo likely saved 7 lives

For the second year running, Groovin The Moo Canberra showed us the life saving already proven method of pill testing works and we’re thrilled!

Pill Testing Australia reported 234 people took part in the trial, with 171 pill samples tested. Of that, seven pills contained n-ethylpentylone, a designer drug that can cause circulation problems, lethal heart palpitations and hallucinations according to emergency doctor David Caldicott who spoke the ABC last year.

As the protocol with pill testing, all seven music festival punters who’s pills contained n-ethylpentylone chose to discard their pill, showing yet again the iron fist of close minded Glady Berejeklian isn’t needed to be an adult in NSW. As per usual, Gladys spurted out the same old bull shit to Seven News quoting nonsense like: “They haven’t shown there’s any evidence yet,” and “Of course I’ll read it if they put it up but I’m not convinced they’ll find evidence because there’s no such evidence anywhere.” ???

Traditionally Sydney pays out Canberra for being in the middle of no where, but they definitely win this round!

Here’s every reason to support Pill Testing in Australia

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