(*) Angel Dust
is composed of the leaves of parsley, mint, or other foliage on which PCP has been sprinkled.
PCP is known in clubs as Angel Dust
but was originally used as a surgical anaesthetic and was stopped because of its drastic side effects.
She had reportedly consumed a hallucinatory substance named PCP ( in popular parlance, it's known as Angel Dust
) and was rushed to Vintage Hospital in Panaji, where she passed away.
The Miami Vice actor revealed Mark Pobart looked after him when he suffered from horrifying visions and voices provoked by a dose of phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, Angel Dust
The sublimely rustic Lonely Angel Dust
kicked things off and its haunting guitar interplay and natural vocals gently ushered the audience into Veirs' lyrically evocative realm.
Depending on the moment, the drug under scrutiny can be marijuana, or cocaine, or heroin, or turpentine, or Ecstasy, or PCP-better known to anyone who ever sat through a Quiann Martin production as "angel dust
." This week's special guest villian?
Farmers call it "angel dust
", due to its astonishing, but illegal, effect on meat quality.
MICE and rats were given dangerous narcotics including PCP, known as angel dust
, and methamphetamine, known as crystal meth, at a Welsh university.
The 40-year old rapper was reported to have been high on PCP (Phencyclidine or Angel Dust
) when the incident happened.
It was January and the frost fell like angel dust
on the hospital car park as, with Holly in intensive care and mum resting, at 4am I called relatives with the good news.
As prosecutor Fred Wyshak told the jury: "This is not some Robin Hood story about a guy who kept angel dust
and heroin out of Southie."
pounds 10,000 - Probably the minimum amount of investment an angel is required to stump up Connect has already facilitated introductions that have resulted in several six-figure deals - precise details are as hard to come by as angel dust
in this arena.