One of the fastest emerging drug problems is the use of Ecstasy, also known as Molly. Effects of using it include impaired judgment, blurred vision, confusion, a distorted perception of color, and an increase in blood pressure and heart rate.
LSD stands for Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, which is a hallucinogen. Popular in the 60’s and 70’s, it has slowly been making a worldwide comeback. Combined with impaired depth perception, this goggle simulates effects of using Ecstasy/Molly or a bad LSD trip.
All goggles come in a cloth carrying bag and include an instructor’s guide.
Drug Goggles are ideal for use in schools, colleges, underage drinking and drug awareness programmes, alcohol and drug treatment programmes, drug support groups and safety management.
“Very educational [and] excellent in evoking a discussion – all professionals want them for when they are working with young people!”
Charlotte Gordon, Senior Drug & Alcohol Worker/Trainer, Hertfordshire
“Colleagues had a very positive reaction to using the goggles and found them to be fun and effective, although with a serious message behind them… They are adaptable and there are so many things you could do with them; the list is endless.”
Jane Barker Thomas, Drug training Co-ordinator, Wolverhampton
“Very good and realistic… useful as [a] harm reduction tool.”
Sandra Delahunty, Alcohol Project Co-ordinator, Lighthouse Project, Liverpool