NJ Poison Center warns consumers of ‘gas station heroin’ Neptune’s Fix

The Food and Drug Administration says seizures, loss of consciousness and death are just some of the possible side effects.

Lanette Espy

Feb 21, 2024, 1:24 PM

Updated 53 days ago

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There’s a warning from poison control about Neptune’s Fix, a drug also known as “gas station heroin.”
It's legal, but it includes a highly addictive supplement that includes a depression drug.
The Food and Drug Administration says seizures, loss of consciousness and death are just some of the possible side effects.
Neptune's Fix is sold at gas stations and convenience stores. The New Jersey Poison Center warns synthetic cannabinoids could also be in the products.


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