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a shop specializing in articles of interest to drug users

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HeadShop, he said, is an upscale salon that doesn't take itself too seriously.
Headshop is the new online store for Disinformation, the subculture destination of choice on the World Wide Web.
The online Ice Headshop sells both products as "not for human consumption" in an apparent bid to get round UK laws.
Not far from the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, East London, the Mystical Headshop -- next to a sports shop -- sells a huge variety of club drugs.
Not far from the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, East London, the Mystical Headshop next to a sports shop sells a huge variety of club drugs.
HEADSHOP owners claimed yesterday they are being unfairly treated by gardai and the Government.
Addiction expert Dr Sean O Domhnaill, who is consultant psychiatrist with Cuan Mhuire Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services, is now calling on the HSE to issue immediate guidelines to doctors on how to treat patients who have taken the headshop substance.
We called in at a branch of Britain's fastest growing headshop chain in Orpington, Kent, on Friday and the assistant talked us through the legal highs on sale.
If anything they are more widely available now than when every town in the country had a headshop.
A HEADSHOP targeted by vigilantes who placed a homemade bomb placed outside its front door has closed down.
In LEEDS, the Rudeboy Headshop has opened on the site of a vintage clothes store.
IRISH and British authorities should work together to fight the sale of illegal headshop drugs online, experts warned yesterday.
The following day, two men in their 20s were hospitalised after suffering from the ill-effects of headshop drugs.
Ms Kenny added a student sent to her for counselling told her he had bought the mushrooms and drug equipment in a Dublin headshop.
A hippy at heart, he fled to Canada to avoid the Vietnam draft, worked in a headshop and immersed himself in science fiction novels.