Tripping victims at homeopathy conference may have been sect members

Tripping victims at homeopathy conference may have been sect members
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German and Swiss media are reporting that the 29 people who fell ill with hallucinations and cramps at a Homeopathy conference in Germany at the

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German and Swiss media are reporting that the 29 people who fell ill with hallucinations and cramps at a Homeopathy conference in Germany at the start of this month and finished in hospital might have included members of a sect that wanted to “expand their consciousness”. The identified drug administered was 2C-E, an LSD derivative. A criminal inquiry is ongoing.

Massenrausch von Heilpraktikern in #Handeloh steht offenbar in Zusammenhang mit umstrittener #Psycholose-Bewegung. http://t.co/lH4GQ6HOhf

— NDR.de (@ndr) 25. September 2015

DTN Germany: Therapie-Trip: Massenrausch in Handeloh soll Drogen-Experiment gewesen sein: Krämpfe bei den Teil… http://t.co/o7ueNq7Ghj

— DTN Germany (@DTNGermany) 25. September 2015

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