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Sherm Stick, Embalming Fluid And PCP What’s What

Posted on: January 16, 2009

There is much confusion over Sherm Stick, Embalming Fluid and PCP. People often confuse embalming fluid with PCP. Generally, in common talk it is said that sherm stick is a joint which is dipped in embalming fluid. But it is not so.

The sherm stick means a joint or cigarette dipped in PCP (Phencyclidine) which is an anesthetic agent and is responsible of the hallucinogenic high and dissociative effects on body.

While Embalming Fluid is a mixture of preservative chemicals like formaldehyde, methanol etc used to preserve dead body from decay.

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