Drugs And Donuts: North Korean Homes Now Offering Meth To Visitors Instead Of Coffee

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Families In North Korea Offering Meth To Home Visitors

Northern hospitality in Korea has taken on an entirely new, and drug-filled, meaning.

via Huffington Post

North Korea’s growing drug problems are fairly well documented.

Pot is legal, opium is a common pain reliever, and meth is used to treat colds, flagging energy, and hunger.

“If you go to somebody’s house it is a polite way to greet somebody by offering them a sniff,” says one North Korean.

“It is like drinking coffee when you’re sleepy, but ice is so much better.”

The best part of waking up is Folgers meth in your cup? We’ll pass. SMH.

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