PCP The Dangerous Angel by Solomon H. Snyder
In the 1970s PCP (angel dust) was one of the leading causes of admissions to psychiatric wards. According to the latest available figures, 8% of all high school seniors have tried PCP. First developed as a pre-surgery anesthetic, doctors soon discovered PCP can create bizarre side effects. Bad trips are common with PCP. It can provoke strange and violent behavior as well as depression, psychosis, loss of speech, abnormally high and low blood pressure, and sometimes even death. After just one experience PCP can also cause serious mental illness. With its use on the rise again it is important that young people become aware of its dangers. This book provides timely information on The Dangerous Angel.