Children across the country are getting high on Internet drugs.
Teens are getting high online, because of MP3s that send them into a state of ecstasy.
According to Kansas News 9, it’s called “i-dosing,” and an online dealer supply the digital drugs through head-phones.
I-dosing is droning noise and listening to music. The web sites promise to get you high.
“Kids are going to flock to these sites just to see what it is about and it can lead them to other places,” Mark Woodward- Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs spokesman.
Teens are getting a high off of tracks to “Gates of Hades,” and it’s on YouTube, free. The first hit is free.
It’s reported that those who want a constant high can buy tracks to bring the same effects as marijuana, cocaine, opium and peyote.
A 40 page guide explains how to get high on MP3s.
Officials are looking closely at it.
Kansas’ Mustang Public School district sent letters to parents about it. They’ve banned iPods at school, News 9 reported.