Video: A popular antidepressant has found its way to the streets & become known as the “poor man’s cocaine.” Global National’s Jen Tryon explains.
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TORONTO – The first time Marty MacDonnell injected Wellbutrin he had no idea what else was going into his veins.
He gets the drug from his doctor to treat depression. It’s one of Canada’s most popular and easily accessible prescription drugs. He also buys it on the streets, where it can go for $2.50 per pill.
In fact, some refer to it as the “poor man’s cocaine.”
Users say it gives them a crack-like high at a much cheaper price.
“I’ve got, in all my time using it, I’ve probably got a good rush maybe half a dozen times, like it was an actual cocaine high,” MacDonnell said. “The rest of the time it’s…
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