Researchers found that microdosing acid works as an effective, non-addictive method of pain relief.
Including an American.
Hospitals and surgical centers scrambling to find enough injectable morphine, Dilaudid, and fentanyl, which can leave patients languishing in pain and raise the risk of dosing mistakes.
According to the experts: yes.
Christopher Adams' colleagues are shocked at his death but Phnom Penh locals say "heart attacks" among travellers are common and cheap drugs don't discriminate.
Early indications are that it's not addictive either, say researchers.
Apparently having a massive crew is akin to doing morphine.
Roughly 5.5 billion people — three quarters of the world's population — have insufficient or no access to morphine, codeine, and other controlled substances used for pain relief.