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RAISING AWARENESS OF CONTAMINATED CANNABIS

GRIT WEED WARNING!

Welcome to www.gritweed.co.uk!

Chances are you have stumbled accross this website because you have either heard rumours about the existence of a new type of contaminated cannabis (grit weed) or you have been unfortunate enough to acquire some and are wondering whether to smoke it or not.  

'Grit Weed' has become the colloquial name for a general form of contaminated herbal cannabis that has been treated with a variety of unknown sand / grit like substances which appear to have been added to the plant prior to harvest in order to increase the weight of the plant’s yield.

The purpose of this website is to attempt to raise awareness of the issue amongst regular cannabis users as well as the UK health and police authorities. Whilst we do not condone the use of any illegal drugs we feel that recreational cannabis users have a right to be kept informed about the potentially serious health implications relating to this recent wave of contamination.

Please feel free to email us with any information that you may have in relation to gritweed contamination in the UK - we will gladly publish any new findings.

To read more about out gritweed awareness campaign, click here.  For further information about grit weed, including a summary of the common varieties, please click here.

GRITWEED NEWS:

BBC News Item: 22.02.07

BBC News Item: 01.02.07

Guardian News Item: 12.01.07


Government Health Warning issued by the Dept of Health

GRITWEED LINKS:

Legalise Cannabis Alliance

UK Cannabis
Internet Activists


Cannabis Culture Magazine


The Poor House


Sensi Seed Bank
We do NOT condone, promote or incite the use of illegal and/or controlled substances. By section 6 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 it is an offence to cultivate any plant of the genus Cannabis in the United Kingdom without a license from the Secretary of State. Anyone committing an offence contrary to this section may be imprisoned or fined, or both.