A Facebook group has been set up to promote harm reduction measures related to drug taking.
Founded by Dan Owns, Sesh Safety describes itself as a "judgement-free and friendly platform which allows anyone to ask a question about their substances of choice and how to safely take it." User posts don't have to be public, with anonymous queries able to be asked via direct message.
As well as educating Sesh Safety members, the group provides people with discount codes to test kits at Reagent Tests UK.
Danny Arnott, an admin of the group, said: "Before Sesh Safety we had a few different groups such as MDMA Talk, Ket Talk, Benzo Talk etc. This made us realise that a lot of kids are potentially putting themselves in danger due to lack of knowledge when it comes to drug taking.
"We also noticed a common trend of a lot of kids taking Xanax, codeine, lean etc. due to listening to their favourite rappers talking about it."
Earlier this week, we reported that just 40.5 per cent of pills sold as ecstasy in the UK contain MDMA.
Join the group here.
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