Positively sorted for Es, whizz, poppers…

Expect controversy for Eureka Graphic Design’s latest work for Camden and Islington Health Services NHS Trust, if the blue-rinse brigade gets hold of it.

The guide makes the error of presenting honest information in an accessible way for a defined target market – always a good way to offend somebody if that market is recreational drug-using HIV positive men. The booklet includes likely side-effects of mixing recreational drugs with the medication used by HIV sufferers.

The research sounds interesting, though, and provides information and advice which could be of use to anyone planning a heavy weekend of experimentation. Such as: “Since LSD is long-acting (up to 12 hours) plan ahead. There’s nothing worse than still tripping out first thing on a Monday morning!” Absolutely, geezer.

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