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  • n. Plural form of headshop.

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  • This stuff bucks that trend, Its called Spice and can be bought online or in local 'headshops' in the UK.

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  • Synthesised in laboratories, often based in China, to mimic the effects of illegal drugs such as cocaine and amphetamines, they fall outside most drug control laws and are openly sold online or in "headshops", those dingy stores you find in most towns that smell of incense and sell smoking paraphernalia and cannabis seeds labelled as

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  • New legislation published today will help put headshops out of business, Minister for

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  • A ban on mephedrone and a number of other psychoactive substances available in headshops is due to come into force in Ireland in June.

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  • Seems the govt. are trying to whip up tension on the issue of headshops with a view to restricting them in the near future Head-shop spread must be tackled -- garda chief - National News, Frontpage -

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  • Seems the govt. are trying to whip up tension on the issue of headshops with a view to restricting them ...

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  • Headshops: the new moral scareSeems the govt. are trying to whip up tension on the issue of headshops with a view to restricting them in the near future Head-shop spread must be tackled -- garda chief - National News, Frontpage -

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  • Gardaí have seized more than 4.5 tonnes of "legal highs" since the Government banned some of the substances on sale in headshops in May.

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  • Mr Carey told the Dáil last night that the Criminal Justice Psychoactive Subtances Bill would "comprehensively deal with such products sold in headshops".

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  • He said the activities of headshops were being closely monitored by gardai and the revenues customs service "to ensure no illegal substances are being sold".

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