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Peter Jihde if knarkupplevelsen: stuck on the retina

"Peter Jihde if knarkupplevelsen: ”stuck on the retina”" "”Like riding a slalom course between the people who stood as ostbågar”" "Peter Jihde were in t

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Peter Jihde if knarkupplevelsen: stuck on the retina
"Peter Jihde if knarkupplevelsen: ”stuck on the retina”"

"”Like riding a slalom course between the people who stood as ostbågar”"

"Peter Jihde were in the middle of ”heroin."”."

"Now tell the host of the show about the recording of ”On the border with Peter Jihde”."

"It was a horrible experience and something that sits fixed on the retina and in the head, probably the whole life," he says."

"IN TV3's new bet ”On the border with Peter Jihde”, we follow Peter Jihdes, 47, travel to the united states, and the clash of cultures that many times can mean."

"this Week's episode focuses on drugs and including visiting the host Kensington in Philadelphia, an area that he describes as ”heroin."”."

"– It was like riding a slalom course between the people who stood as ostbågar on the street, hopvikta after they have a fix, or was about to do it. It happened just in front of the eyes on us, " he says."

"In New Hampshire, he may spend the day with the fire department who, during his visit have time to snatch out at four the alarm about a drug overdose."

" It was shocking. I've never seen a dead person and to see people die in front of a is a step to, " he says and continues:"

"– It took a conversation with both those who lived there, and had experienced this in the past and we talked in our bunch. It was a horrible experience and something that sits fixed on the retina and in the head, probably the whole life."

"He means that the experience also has given him a more skeptical approach to heavy prescription drugs."

"– That I learned of the many where was that, in very many cases started with the usual pain-relieving tablets, which then led to heroin, which then led to the fentanyl. Since you were homeless and then you were dead. Something that was abstract, the user in the alley, became a human being like you and me."

"In the same section visit Peter Jihde even California, where cannabis then a little more than a year back is perfectly legal, something he describes as a great contrast."

"– What it means, we know not now, that we know of maybe 10-15 years. But it is strange to see a country where 70 000 people die of overdose at the same time legalizing the most commonly used drug of all. Perhaps it is right, maybe it is wrong, I don't know."

"If he thinks that the legalization of cannabis in the future would be able to happen also in Sweden, he does not want to speculate."

"" I have not the knowledge of drugs. What we can do is wait and see how it affects the american people and the system and society. Then you get to learn things from it. I hope that people who are both with and against the need to keep an eye on what's happening in the US so you can learn something. It is the idea with the series. "

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