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At iHeartRaves, our community is everything to us. We are dedicated to giving back and supporting causes that our rave family is passionate about. With your help, we are able to make a positive impact on the world; and this is just the beginning.

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Help End Overdose in Our Community and Beyond!

End Overdose is a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization working to end drug-related overdose deaths through education, medical intervention, and public awareness.

From now until October 31, we are donating 10% of all revenue from our Garden Glow collection in support of End Overdose.

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At iHeartRaves, we believe in safe self-expression. Raving sober is the safest way to experience the culture, enjoy the music, and get the most out of your experience. However, if you're going to experiment with substances, there are steps you can take to reduce your risks. Ravers look out for one another, and educating yourself and others on harm reduction is a great way to make sure you're looking out for your community

In observation of both Overdose Awareness Day (8/31) and National Substance Abuse Awareness Month (October), we are proud to partner with End Overdose to help educate the rave community on harm reduction.

Recently, there has been a massive increase of the potent opiate drug, fentanyl, showing up in popular party drugs such as MDMA and cocaine. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is up to 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine. This is causing a large increase in the number of accidental overdoses in the US.

Luckily, there are some things we can do as a community to help combat and prevent these unnecessary tragedies.

The first one is to help prevent yourself and your friends from taking drugs laced with fentanyl. Testing your drugs is quick, easy and one of the best ways to prevent accidental overdose.

Aditionally, you should never take anything you haven't tested. This includes anything found on the floor or anything you have been offered by someone at the event.

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At iHeartRaves, we believe in safe self-expression. Raving sober is the safest way to experience the culture, enjoy the music, and get the most out of your experience. However, if you're going to experiment with substances, there are steps you can take to reduce your risks. Ravers look out for one another, and educating yourself and others on harm reduction is a great way to make sure you're looking out for your community

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In observation of both Overdose Awareness Day (8/31) and National Substance Abuse Awareness Month (October), we are proud to partner with End Overdose to help educate the rave community on harm reduction.

Recently, there has been a massive increase of the potent opiate drug, fentanyl, showing up in popular party drugs such as MDMA and cocaine. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is up to 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine. This is causing a large increase in the number of accidental overdoses in the US.

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Luckily, there are some things we can do as a community to help combat and prevent these unnecessary tragedies.

The first one is to help prevent yourself and your friends from taking drugs laced with fentanyl. Testing your drugs is quick, easy and one of the best ways to prevent accidental overdose.

Aditionally, you should never take anything you haven't tested. This includes anything found on the floor or anything you have been offered by someone at the event.

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End Overdose offers a free training course that will teach you how to recognize the symptoms of an overdose so you can help save a life.

After you learn how to recognize an overdose, you will learn how to administer Naloxone. Naloxone is a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It can help stop the symptoms of overdose long enough to get help get them medical attention. Having Naloxone at your house and on you at events and festivals is one of the best ways to help prevent overdose.

The training takes about 15 minutes, and you can even do it from your phone. It is easy to understand and invaluable since it can truly help you save a life.

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End Overdose offers a free training course that will teach you how to recognize the symptoms of an overdose so you can help save a life.

After you learn how to recognize an overdose, you will learn how to administer Naloxone. Naloxone is a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It can help stop the symptoms of overdose long enough to get help get them medical attention. Having Naloxone at your house and on you at events and festivals is one of the best ways to help prevent overdose.

The training takes about 15 minutes, and you can even do it from your phone. It is easy to understand and invaluable since it can truly help you save a life.

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