Cheese dealers
Cocaine found to be as addictive as a good brie
Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 by: Adam Michaels, The Health Deranger

Scientists have recently discovered that certain Class A drugs are as addictive as cheese and that there could be moves made to have particularly potent varieties banned under the 2016 Psychoactive Substances Act.  This is because cheese, like all dairy products, contains casein which acts on the same brain opioid receptors that are stimulated by hard drugs such as cocaine, and due to the larger concentration of casein in cheese, it's particularly susceptible to abuse.  So please remember readers to moderate how much soft and hard cheese you take, and if you need help call CheeseStoppers on +4488 280085.