Short Story About Polkadot

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In the autumn of 2022, an incident unfolded at Mease Countryside Hospital in Safety Harbor, Florida, a quaint city nestled on the western shore of Tampa Bay. A six-year-old boy was rushed to the emergency room, his condition causing concern. Dr. Francois Richer Lafleche, who attended to the child, vividly recalls the moment. The young boy exhibited extreme lethargy and drowsiness, but notably, his symptoms did not align with the typical signs of hallucinogenic overdoses.

Dr. Lafleche explains, “His eyes weren’t darting from side to side, as you might expect with common hallucinogenic overdoses. Instead, he was simply excessively sleepy.” Fortunately, the child experienced no complications, but the situation left the medical staff astounded. The source of the episode? A chocolate bar, unwittingly pilfered from his parents, which contained an unexpected ingredient: psilocybin, the active component in magic mushrooms.

The chocolate bar in question is, in fact, known as the Polkadot Bar, which has increasingly found its place in the flourishing psychedelic gray market. As more states relax regulations pertaining to cannabis, Polkadot Bars, along with an assortment of other candies infused with magic mushrooms such as One-Up Bars, Holy Grail Bars, Magic Bars, and Mushie Gummies, have quietly become commonplace, offered discreetly in cannabis boutiques, smoke shops, and corner convenience stores. These bars are available in a variety of flavors, ranging from classics like Ferrero Rocher and Twix to unconventional options like Fruity Pebbles, matcha, blueberry acai, and “strawnana.”

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