It comes with a lot of medical issues,” said Jennifer Chisholm, a clinician for adolescent substance abuse programs. Issues with spice, also called Smacked, has caused Gov. Maggie Hassan to declare a state of emergency in an effort to get the product off the streets. A recent batch of the bubble gum flavor is believed to be bad causing dozens of people in Manchester and Concord to overdose this week. “We’ve been seeing this on the street for a few years now. It’s becoming more and more concerning. We’re seeing more kids switching over to it, because it’s easier to hide,” Chisholm said.
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