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Posted: Wednesday, 13 November 2013 4:40PM

Stewart County Students Being Treated After Consuming Seeds



Numerous students at a Tennessee high school have been treated for consuming hallucinogenic seeds at school. According to WSMV-TV, as many as twenty students may have taken what are called Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds at Stewart County High School. The report indicates the students admitted to taking the seeds, and that at least five of the students were transported to Gateway Medical Center, in Clarksville, with one student taken to Vanderbilt Medical Center. School officials believe the students may have purchased the seeds online.

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